Two Of A Kind: Can You Tell Which Twin Is Gay?
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Two Of A Kind: Can You Tell Which Twin Is Gay?

Mankind is split apart. The world is undecided and divided in what it chooses to…

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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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Indian Androgynous Model On Gender Roles, Nude Photography and Section 377
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Indian Androgynous Model On Gender Roles, Nude Photography and Section 377

By Snigdha Bansal In India, we tend to view those different from us through extremely…

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Gay Indian Man Pens Heartbreaking Essay About Being Trapped In A Sham Marriage
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Gay Indian Man Pens Heartbreaking Essay About Being Trapped In A Sham Marriage

“I hail from a small district in Rajasthan,” an unnamed 37-year-old Indian man writes in a…

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In Conversation With The Director Of India’s First Silent LGBT Film
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In Conversation With The Director Of India’s First Silent LGBT Film

From Reel to Real By Sarthak Chand Faraz is a storyteller at heart. From a…

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I AM AN ALLY: Yashika From Dehradun Shares Why She’s a Straight Ally
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I AM AN ALLY: Yashika From Dehradun Shares Why She’s a Straight Ally

FSOG Blog Series: I AM AN ALLY- Straight Indians Fighting for LGBTQIA Rights. I have…

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An Open Letter to Straight People From a Straight Ally
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An Open Letter to Straight People From a Straight Ally

Dear straight people, Before you ask me the question that’s on the tip of your…

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I AM AN ALLY: Straight Indians Fighting for LGBTQIA Rights
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I AM AN ALLY: Straight Indians Fighting for LGBTQIA Rights

“I am straight. I don’t think that should make a difference.” These are the words…

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17 LGBTQ People Who Changed The World
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17 LGBTQ People Who Changed The World

They’ve been called a thousand names, demeaned, rejected, even shunned by our society, but LGTBQ…

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Meet The Androgynous Filmmaker From Pune
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Meet The Androgynous Filmmaker From Pune

Manoj Sunanda, a 29-year old LGBTQ rights activist and short film maker from Pune is…

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