SAHM was purposely founded to celebrate and commemorate South Asian culture and history in the United Kingdom. It highlights the influences and achievements of South Asians that can be found in everyday life in the UK
Asifa Lahore, UK’s first out Muslim drag artist, came up with an idea to galvanize South Asian drag performers together and create a huge collage video to display the diversity of South Asian drag scene.
I say one can be LGBT+ and reconcile it with faith, it is a story they do not want to hear because it provides a positive role model story and goes against the narrative they have chosen to portray repeatedly.
Non-profit organisation EQUAL GROUND works to dismantle cultural and social stigma, and fights back against police corruption and government inactivity to seek human and political rights for Sri Lanka’s LGBTIQ community.
Gaysian Faces is a queer anthropology project that features Asian members of the gay community around the world. Queer Asian individuals who wish to express themselves usually send in a headshot with a handwritten note about their experience or message, and it is posted on the social media page of Gaysian Faces.