Understanding Sexuality in Contemporary India
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Understanding Sexuality in Contemporary India

In schools, universities and colleges across India, we are often taught of the importance of…

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The Man Behind Mysuru’s First Gay Matrimonial Advert
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The Man Behind Mysuru’s First Gay Matrimonial Advert

India has evolved in its emotional capacity towards the idea of love and companionship. The…

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“I don’t know if I am gay or not”
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“I don’t know if I am gay or not”

We live in an era where self-acceptance is the order of the day. Mottos like…

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‘Closets are for clothes’ says Varun Singhal
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‘Closets are for clothes’ says Varun Singhal

The right to life, freedom and the pursuit of happiness is a universally granted right.…

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Inspiring Story of a Male Rape Survivor- Harrish Iyer
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Inspiring Story of a Male Rape Survivor- Harrish Iyer

The Triumph Of Colonial-Era Law Over India’s Very Own Constitution
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The Triumph Of Colonial-Era Law Over India’s Very Own Constitution

In 2013, the Supreme Court of India delivered an enormous blow to all Indians, men and…

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Imran Khan says he is open to being gay on screen
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Imran Khan says he is open to being gay on screen

“We’re going to wonder how homophobia even existed?” Homophobia is the hatred or fear of homosexuals…

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Celina Jaitly- the Bollywood actress who is empowering the LGBT
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Celina Jaitly- the Bollywood actress who is empowering the LGBT

A Woman of substance, an Indian Bollywood actress, a former beauty queen and winner of…

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What Indian parents can learn from Padma Iyer
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What Indian parents can learn from Padma Iyer

According to statistics, 70% of gay Mumbaikars are married to straight women. When will Indian…

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Former United Nations High Commissioner reflects on 50 years of fighting for equal human rights
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Former United Nations High Commissioner reflects on 50 years of fighting for equal human rights

Born into poverty in South Africa to Tamil parents, Navi Pillay was the first South…

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