D.C. witnesses the first ever National Trans Visibility March
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D.C. witnesses the first ever National Trans Visibility March

28th September 2019 is a day that will be marked in history as USA’s first-ever…

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How Silicon Valley Supported The Indian LGBTQ+ Movement?
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How Silicon Valley Supported The Indian LGBTQ+ Movement?

Decriminalising homosexuality may have come as a huge relief to the LGBTQ community in India.…

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Holding a No Board to LGBTQ+Refugees!
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Holding a No Board to LGBTQ+Refugees!

The Home Office is the Ministerial Department of the United Kingdom. Furthermore, it is responsible for…

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Planning for your next Queer Wedding ? Here are a few tips…
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Planning for your next Queer Wedding ? Here are a few tips…

Dehradun Waves the Rainbow Flag Again!
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Dehradun Waves the Rainbow Flag Again!

Do we still need pride parades? After Section 377 was abolished, and being LGBTQ+ is…

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School Syllabus now includes LGBTQ+ history!
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School Syllabus now includes LGBTQ+ history!

Educating children about the LGBT+ community is important. And several countries across the globe have…

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Plan on coming out at your work place? Try these tips
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Plan on coming out at your work place? Try these tips

Coming out at a workplace can be a daunting challenge to one. But it can resolve…

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Transgender steps in Transphobic Steps out -“Victoria Secret”
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Transgender steps in Transphobic Steps out -“Victoria Secret”

Victoria’s Secret is an American designer, manufacturer, and marketer of women’s lingerie, womenswear, and beauty…

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Transgender Athletes can participate in Cross-Fit Games
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Transgender Athletes can participate in Cross-Fit Games

The Crossfit games is an athletic competition sponsored by Cross Fit Inc and Reebok. The competition…

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Harnaam Kaur – “The youngest girl with a beard”
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Harnaam Kaur – “The youngest girl with a beard”

Harnaam Kaur, is a pansexual British model, anti-bullying activist, body-positive activist, life coach, and motivational…

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“Vividh”- A Diversity Job Fair Held in Mumbai
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“Vividh”- A Diversity Job Fair Held in Mumbai

Vividh, as the name reflects, is not just a job fair but a celebration and…

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A Guide – To find a Right LGBTQ+ Therapist
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A Guide – To find a Right LGBTQ+ Therapist

Finding a good therapist who fits your needs and makes you comfortable enough to be…

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Emirates airlines to screen Indian LGBTQ+ movie
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Emirates airlines to screen Indian LGBTQ+ movie

Indian cinema is inching towards LGBTQ+ inclusive movies. Over the past few months, scripts and…

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Cocktail recipes for your next Pride Party
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Cocktail recipes for your next Pride Party

The Indian Pride Month is coming up soon and we are already excited. What better…

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We Say Goodbye To Avinshu Patel
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We Say Goodbye To Avinshu Patel

We are still in celebration of the decriminalization of Section 377, but the truth stays…

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Indian Companies Allying With The LGBTQ+
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Indian Companies Allying With The LGBTQ+

It’s been months since the abolishment of Section 377. The penal code was taken down…

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What Is Gay/ Transgender Panic?
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What Is Gay/ Transgender Panic?

What is gay/ transgender panic? This is a legal strategy that asks the jury to…

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Path For Healthier Parenting To Support The LGBT
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Path For Healthier Parenting To Support The LGBT

Since the decriminalizing of Section 377, there have been multiple people ready to get married…

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Pam Grier: A Fierce LGBT Ally On & Off Screen
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Pam Grier: A Fierce LGBT Ally On & Off Screen

The L Word was an American-Canadian co-production television drama series portraying the lives of a group of lesbians and their friends, connections,…

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Netflix Finds An ‘ELITE’ Way To Keep Homophobes Away
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Netflix Finds An ‘ELITE’ Way To Keep Homophobes Away

Netflix has proven that it isn’t going to tolerate bigoted comments on its Instagram page in…

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Lublin (Poland) Dares A Pride March Amidst Tremendous Opposition
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Lublin (Poland) Dares A Pride March Amidst Tremendous Opposition

The Polish city of Lublin held its first ever Pride parade on 13 October despite counter…

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New York Islanders Embrace The LGBT Network
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New York Islanders Embrace The LGBT Network

The New York Islanders and LGBT Network are joining forces to launch an anti-bullying partnership…

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11 October: National Coming Out Day
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11 October: National Coming Out Day

 Thirty years ago, on the anniversary of the National March on Washington for Lesbian and…

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UK Supreme Court Rules In Favour Of Evangelical Baker
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UK Supreme Court Rules In Favour Of Evangelical Baker

The U.K. Supreme Court has ruled for a bakery run by evangelical Christians in a…

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Remembering Matthew Shepard: A Young Life Lost To Hate
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Remembering Matthew Shepard: A Young Life Lost To Hate

Twenty years ago this week, a gay University of Wyoming student was offered a ride from…

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Lipscomb University Hires A LGBT+ Liaison Official
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Lipscomb University Hires A LGBT+ Liaison Official

In a step toward further acknowledgment of the LGBTQ+ student population, Lipscomb University has hired…

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Facebook Bans LGBT Content
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Facebook Bans LGBT Content

The advertisements all seemed innocuous at a glance. But they were all blocked by Facebook. A…

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Romanians To Vote On Same-Sex Marriage Rights
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Romanians To Vote On Same-Sex Marriage Rights

Romanians will be asked this weekend whether they want to redefine marriage as only being…

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Tokyo: New Law Bars LGBT Discrimination
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Tokyo: New Law Bars LGBT Discrimination

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government has passed a bill that prohibits discrimination on the basis of…

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UK Announces Vital Funding For LGBTI Inclusion
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UK Announces Vital Funding For LGBTI Inclusion

Last year, the UK government carried out a survey of LGBTI people in the UK,…

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Singaporeans Torn On LGBT Acceptance
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Singaporeans Torn On LGBT Acceptance

An article by Singaporean Professor Tommy Koh was disturbing not just for its conclusions but,…

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Queer Love: The Song Of Dusk
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Queer Love: The Song Of Dusk

      It’s Sunday afternoon and I watch a quarrel of sparrows around my…

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McBride & Dornsife:’Homecoming Royalty’
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McBride & Dornsife:’Homecoming Royalty’

Girlfriends Cecilia McBride and Story Dornsife were thrilled to be nominated for homecoming court by…

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Meet FSoG’s Founder: Shubham Mehrotra
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Meet FSoG’s Founder: Shubham Mehrotra

Shubham Mehrotra was already a pretty impressive person before she created the FSoG. It went on to…

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New Bill Plans To Get Rid Of Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination In Tokyo
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New Bill Plans To Get Rid Of Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination In Tokyo

Tokyo is aiming to remove anti-LGBTQ discrimination before it hosts the Summer Olympics Games in…

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Why Bisexual Visibility Week Is Important
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Why Bisexual Visibility Week Is Important

When I was 15, I confided in my psychiatrist that I was questioning my sexuality.…

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Tejeshwar Sandhoo: Breaking Stereotypes And Flying High
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Tejeshwar Sandhoo: Breaking Stereotypes And Flying High

“Every gay guy is not necessarily effeminate neither a fashion designer nor stylist.“ FSoG meets…

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Parents Turn Into Bullies: Transgender Kid Harassed
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Parents Turn Into Bullies: Transgender Kid Harassed

A couple of weeks ago, news trickled out of a small town in Oklahoma about…

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Amazon Falters In LGBT Inclusivity
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Amazon Falters In LGBT Inclusivity

Many Amazon employees felt uncomfortable following a series of recent defacements on LGBT “Pride” posters hanging in…

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LGBTQ Academic Module: Now In India
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LGBTQ Academic Module: Now In India

India’s first openly gay prince Manvendra Singh Gohil has pioneered South Asia’s first academic module on…

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Sushant Divgikar ‘Pills The Beans On Drag’
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Sushant Divgikar ‘Pills The Beans On Drag’

Vitamin Stree by Supari Studios ‘Pills the Beans’ with Sushant Divgikar on Drag Fashion is of major interest to…

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‘Gay Cure’ Therapy: Fights For Survival Against Australia’s Labour Party
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‘Gay Cure’ Therapy: Fights For Survival Against Australia’s Labour Party

On one hand Australia’s longest running soap opera Neighbours is all set to air the…

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Finn Balor: Makes WWE LGBT Inclusive As Well
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Finn Balor: Makes WWE LGBT Inclusive As Well

 WWE star Finn Bálor has once again spoken out in support of LGBT+ inclusion saying “it should…

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A Safe Gay Booth For High Schoolers To Talk And Be Yourself In
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A Safe Gay Booth For High Schoolers To Talk And Be Yourself In

LGBT activists are nothing if not creative. Their latest approach involves inviting high school students…

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Freedom To Come Out At The Workplace
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Freedom To Come Out At The Workplace

The Right to Privacy judgement attributed sexual orientation as an essential attribute of privacy, but…

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10 LGBT Magazines: Dead But Impactful
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10 LGBT Magazines: Dead But Impactful

Magazines now long dead and gone, that helped make the world a much better place.…

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Russia Still Strongly Anti-LGBT
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Russia Still Strongly Anti-LGBT

Russian activists announced the first government-permitted Gay Pride march, but less than 24-hours later, local officials said…

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‘&Proud’ Myanmar’s LGBT Choir: Making Musical Moments
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‘&Proud’ Myanmar’s LGBT Choir: Making Musical Moments

This Burmese Choir hopes to challenge the attitude of society towards the LGBT community by…

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Queen Honours LGBT+ Activists
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Queen Honours LGBT+ Activists

 A Jewish lesbian who is working to welcome members of the LGBT community into the…

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Yogendra + Nishant. Gay Twins By Birth; Proud By Choice
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Yogendra + Nishant. Gay Twins By Birth; Proud By Choice

This is the story of twin brothers, Yogendra and Nishant Mule. Both gay and loving…

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LGBT And The Winds Of (Legal) Change
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LGBT And The Winds Of (Legal) Change

2018 was predicted to be the ‘year of the courts’ as far as LGBT rights…

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I Grew Up With A Gay Parent: Kids Speak
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I Grew Up With A Gay Parent: Kids Speak

 Even as adults, acceptance of loved ones coming out of the closet is a huge…

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Art Show Honours Murdered Transwomen
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Art Show Honours Murdered Transwomen

A multidisciplinary work by artist Jono Vaughan titled Project 42 memorialises trans-women whose lives were cut short by…

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LGBT Hangouts In Delhi: SafeHavens
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LGBT Hangouts In Delhi: SafeHavens

Until the Sec 377 is decriminalised by the Supreme Court Homosexuality will continue to be…

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Social Media Helps LGBT+ Come Out With Pride
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Social Media Helps LGBT+ Come Out With Pride

“We want to leave the world better than we found it,” said Tim Cook when…

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From Feeble & Forlorn  To Femme Fatale
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From Feeble & Forlorn To Femme Fatale

 When you first hear Bonita speak over the phone, you can easily visualise a strong,…

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PM Netanyahu U-Turns On Surrogacy Law
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PM Netanyahu U-Turns On Surrogacy Law

Israel was a shining beacon of LGBT+ rights in the Middle East, having enacted LGBT…

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Light In The Water: LGBT in Sport
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Light In The Water: LGBT in Sport

A documentary ‘Light in the Water’  tells the story of a group of gay men…

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India’s First Transwoman Advocate
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India’s First Transwoman Advocate

Decoding The Non-Binary: 50 & More Shades of Gay
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Decoding The Non-Binary: 50 & More Shades of Gay

When asked about our gender, most of us are quick to react with a ‘Male’…

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Hate TRUMPs Love
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Hate TRUMPs Love

It’s not just the USA that’s reeling under Trumphobia, his policies have affected people, the…

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Businesses That Grow With Pride
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Businesses That Grow With Pride

Being LGBT friendly is not just good for a company’s image but it grows their…

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And…..The Best {Trans}Woman Wins
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And…..The Best {Trans}Woman Wins

It seemed like poetic justice for Angela Ponce, a Spanish Trans-woman, who had lived a…

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Sec 377: To Be Or Not To Be
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Sec 377: To Be Or Not To Be

Finally the moment that millions of Indians have been waiting for is here. The Supreme…

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10 Jews Who Inspire
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10 Jews Who Inspire

Shaan Surat Knan One of the most vocal and visible campaigners within and beyond the…

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LGBT STEM Day: Lets Celebrate Inclusion In Every Field
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LGBT STEM Day: Lets Celebrate Inclusion In Every Field

For the very first time yesterday, 05 Jul 18 was celebrated as LGBT STEM Day;…

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Tears Flow In Phillippines While Tear Gas Shells Roll In Istanbul
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Tears Flow In Phillippines While Tear Gas Shells Roll In Istanbul

LGBT Ghettoisation: Inclusion Or Discrimination?
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LGBT Ghettoisation: Inclusion Or Discrimination?

University of Sheffield is giving LGBT students a place in which they can be themselves…

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Online Help For LGBT In India
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Online Help For LGBT In India

Everything from relationship counselling to legal aid, help is now just a click away for…

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Against Death Defying Odds
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Against Death Defying Odds

Despite state-sponsored repression and social stigma, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in the…

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Happy NY PRIDE March Proposal
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Happy NY PRIDE March Proposal

A lesbian proposes to her lover at the New York Pride Parade. While the land of the…

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“And That’s How You Grow” : Anwesh Sahoo
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“And That’s How You Grow” : Anwesh Sahoo

From a shy, scared and bullied boy confused about his sexuality in school to a…

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If Only One Could Turn Back Time
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If Only One Could Turn Back Time

Watch LGBT elders read letters to their younger selves.   Being LGBT 40, 50 or…

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Poland’s Supreme Court Stands Poles Apart
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Poland’s Supreme Court Stands Poles Apart

While the Polish football team battles it out in Russia and hopes for its sinking…

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12 LGBT ‘Angelic Troublemakers’
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12 LGBT ‘Angelic Troublemakers’

  Although the LGBT movement is gaining steam today and several countries and societies are…

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Same-Sex Wedding: A First For The British Monarchy
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Same-Sex Wedding: A First For The British Monarchy

History will be made this summer when the British royalty will have its first same-sex…

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Historic LGBT Landmarks In New York City
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Historic LGBT Landmarks In New York City

It’s impossible to consider the history of the LGBTQ movement without thinking about New York…

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I Grew Up With A Gay Parent: Kids Speak
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I Grew Up With A Gay Parent: Kids Speak

Corporates: In Solidarity With LGBT+
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Corporates: In Solidarity With LGBT+

Last Sunday, Jack Dorsey the CEO of Twitter came under fire for posting a tweet…

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Trans Trail Blazer: Marsha P. Johnson
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Trans Trail Blazer: Marsha P. Johnson

This article is written to serve as a tribute to all those people before us…

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1950s Lavender Scare: LGBT Persecution In The US State Department
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1950s Lavender Scare: LGBT Persecution In The US State Department

The 1950s saw the US State Department persecute its public servants indiscriminately by methodically scanning…

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Why Is June Pride Month?  And How You Can Help
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Why Is June Pride Month? And How You Can Help

World over the month of June is celebrated as the commemorative PRIDE month where members…

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Virgin Embraces LGBT+
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Virgin Embraces LGBT+

The British LGBT community recently conferred a special recognition award to Virgin Atlantic for being…

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California Bans Official Travel To Oklahoma
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California Bans Official Travel To Oklahoma

Kick-starting the Pride Month on 01 June this year, the state of California announced that…

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Country with the Most LGBT Murders: Brazil
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Country with the Most LGBT Murders: Brazil

On Tuesday May 15, Brazil’s Ministry of Human Resources established a national LGBT-PoV (violence against…

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MILK: The Spirit of Pride
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MILK: The Spirit of Pride

May 22 every year, is celebrated by the LGBTQIA community, the world over, as ‘Milk…

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“God Made You Like This”: Pope Francis  | FSOG
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“God Made You Like This”: Pope Francis | FSOG

In a surprising and unprecedented development today, Pope Francis, the head of the Catholic Church…

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Women Still Not Allowed At Temples, Perpetually Sub-Par  |  FSOG Exclusive
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Women Still Not Allowed At Temples, Perpetually Sub-Par | FSOG Exclusive

While we may speak of equal rights to all and discuss issues on the LGBTQIA…

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First Legally Wed Trans Couple Sets Milestone In Kerala
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First Legally Wed Trans Couple Sets Milestone In Kerala

India is slowly inching towards a better acceptance of the LGBT community. A testament to…

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Myths and Stereotypes About Gay Men In India
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Myths and Stereotypes About Gay Men In India

Thanks to Bollywood and pop culture, gay men are stereotyped into these over the top…

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The Difficulty Of Finding A Queer Community In China | FSOG Exclusive
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The Difficulty Of Finding A Queer Community In China | FSOG Exclusive

You are not alone! When studying in cold and windy Finland, it was quite easy…

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The Transgender Community To Be Recognized As An Independent Category In PAN Form
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The Transgender Community To Be Recognized As An Independent Category In PAN Form

Acceptance is the first step towards progress. The Indian Government has taken a great step…

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The LGBT People Are Now Being Compared To ISIS
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The LGBT People Are Now Being Compared To ISIS

Being Trans In The Sikh Community, Manpreet Singh | FSOG Exclusive
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Being Trans In The Sikh Community, Manpreet Singh | FSOG Exclusive

In a exclusive interview with FSOG, Manpreet Singh, a Trans man of the Punjabi decent…

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“Toxic masculinity affects not just women but men alike” | WOMEN’S DAY EXCLUSIVE
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“Toxic masculinity affects not just women but men alike” | WOMEN’S DAY EXCLUSIVE

Feminism gets a bad rep these days as the majority assumes that all feminism is,…

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Coming Out: Bringing Russia’s LGBT stories to London with special screening
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Coming Out: Bringing Russia’s LGBT stories to London with special screening

In June 2013, the Russian Parliament passed a law banning so-called ‘homosexual propaganda’. Since that…

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Where next? The spread of same-sex marriage in Asia
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Where next? The spread of same-sex marriage in Asia

  After Taiwan legalised same-sex marriage last year as the first country in Asia to…

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“Scrapping Section 377 Won’t Do Much” Says Kerala’s First Openly Gay Muslim
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“Scrapping Section 377 Won’t Do Much” Says Kerala’s First Openly Gay Muslim

Section 377 has been a heated topic of discussion off late, with the Supreme Court…

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India’s Gay Prince Opens His Palace To LGBT People
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India’s Gay Prince Opens His Palace To LGBT People

India’s first openly gay prince, Manvendra Singh Gohil has opened up his 15- acre palace…

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Supreme Court To Re-think The Constitutional Validity Of Section 377
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Supreme Court To Re-think The Constitutional Validity Of Section 377

It’s surprising to see that it’s 2018 and we are STILL fighting for equal rights.…

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Here’s An Alternate World To Make You Realize How Rampant Sexism Is!
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Here’s An Alternate World To Make You Realize How Rampant Sexism Is!

Sexism has been engrained into our lives so much so that we fail to realize…

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Misconceptions and Stereotypes That Dehumanize LGBT People Must Be Challenged
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Misconceptions and Stereotypes That Dehumanize LGBT People Must Be Challenged

The march towards equality in a society relies heavily on bringing forth facts and challenging misconceptions about…

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Russian Senator Compares Animal Cruelty Law to LGBT Rights
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Russian Senator Compares Animal Cruelty Law to LGBT Rights

There have been some crazy claims, theories and remarks made on the LGBTQIA community but…

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How moving countries can force you back into the closet
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How moving countries can force you back into the closet

Aged 15 years old, I started coming out to my family and friends, which changed…

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A Safe Haven for LGBTQIA people
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A Safe Haven for LGBTQIA people

People from the LGBTQIA community are happy beautiful unicorns but the kind of treatment they…

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Being Bisexual (Queer) in a Bigoted World!
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Being Bisexual (Queer) in a Bigoted World!

Sanchita Sharan, a dreamer, writer, artist and a full time unicorn; shares her experience of…

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Right to Privacy Judgment: What It Means & How It Affects You
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Right to Privacy Judgment: What It Means & How It Affects You

In a historic judgment, the Supreme Court on August 24 declared privacy a fundamental right. The nine-judge…

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‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ Banished from London Tube Announcements for Gender-Neutrality
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‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ Banished from London Tube Announcements for Gender-Neutrality

The Transport for London (TfL) authorities have decided to do away with ‘ladies and gentlemen’…

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My Story: Coming Out Gay Is Easy, Mental Illness Isn’t
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My Story: Coming Out Gay Is Easy, Mental Illness Isn’t

South African Indians are so woven into a thread of mixed cultures, beliefs that sometimes are…

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PHOTOS: Delhi’s LGBTQIA Community Marches Seeking ‘A Life Without Fear’
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PHOTOS: Delhi’s LGBTQIA Community Marches Seeking ‘A Life Without Fear’

The 9th edition of the Delhi Queer Pride Parade held on Nov. 27 saw thousands of…

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Pammi Aunty Becomes an Ally: ‘I Am a Straight Punjabi Woman with Gay Pride’
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Pammi Aunty Becomes an Ally: ‘I Am a Straight Punjabi Woman with Gay Pride’

In India, you’d expect a 50-something Punjabi Aunty to sit at home all day gossiping…

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VIDEO: Actor Ssumier Pasricha Talks Feminism, LGBT Rights And Equality In India
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VIDEO: Actor Ssumier Pasricha Talks Feminism, LGBT Rights And Equality In India

By Snigdha Bansal We cannot possibly stress enough how important it is for celebrities and well-known…

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“Born Straight Refuse To Hate”- Meet Our Ally From Dehradun
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“Born Straight Refuse To Hate”- Meet Our Ally From Dehradun

Transgender Woman on Loyola College Campus Raises Voice for Equality
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Transgender Woman on Loyola College Campus Raises Voice for Equality

For transgender students on educational campuses, it is no cakewalk. While some colleges have opened…

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Incredible Story of a Transgender Man Giving Birth
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Incredible Story of a Transgender Man Giving Birth

VIDEO: Ssummier aka Pammi Aunty Talks About Feminism and Section 377
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VIDEO: Ssummier aka Pammi Aunty Talks About Feminism and Section 377

Actor and comedian Ssumier Pasricha, also known as Pammi Aunty, invited FSoG over for a…

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Inclusivity at Workplace to be theme of Pune Pride Parade this year
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Inclusivity at Workplace to be theme of Pune Pride Parade this year

Every year, the Pune Pride March, walks with the purpose of highlighting an issue that…

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The Upper House of Parliament Passes Bill to Empower Transgenders
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The Upper House of Parliament Passes Bill to Empower Transgenders

The future looks good for the transgender community in India. In a move aimed at empowering…

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Visakhapatnam To Host Its First Pride Parade
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Visakhapatnam To Host Its First Pride Parade

Some call it the ‘City of Destiny’ or the ‘Jewel of the East Cost,’ Visakhapatnam or Vizag is…

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“Straight Privilege Is A Real Thing”- Meet Our Ally From Gwalior
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“Straight Privilege Is A Real Thing”- Meet Our Ally From Gwalior

By Niharika GaurWe still live in a society where straight people have more rights, power,…

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