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 City Came To Life At The Hyderabad Pride Parade 2018
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The City Came To Life At The Hyderabad Pride Parade 2018

The city of Hyderabad celebrated Pride on Sunday afternoon. The 2018 Hyderabad pride parade rally or…

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India’s First Gay Wedding
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India’s First Gay Wedding

India’s first gay marriage took place between, 40-year-old Hrishi Sathawane, an NRI techie, and his Vietnamese…

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Play Your Part | FSOG #YourVoiceMatters
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Play Your Part | FSOG #YourVoiceMatters

Dear FSOG readers, We invite you to participate in a body of research studying the impact…

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Coming Out As Gay: When My Parents Tried To Cure Me
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Coming Out As Gay: When My Parents Tried To Cure Me

By Niharika Gaur I had the opportunity to share an extensive conversation with Abhiram Sridhar,…

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What’s So Bad About a Boy Who Wants to Wear His Grandma’s Blouse?
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What’s So Bad About a Boy Who Wants to Wear His Grandma’s Blouse?

As I was helping my grandmother clean out her basement one Saturday afternoon, she handed…

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How LGBT Friendly Are Bangalore Clubs?
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How LGBT Friendly Are Bangalore Clubs?

Insensitivity is shown either directly or indirectly. People often choose ways of the latter to…

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Why We Need To Accept And Respect LGBTQIA
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Why We Need To Accept And Respect LGBTQIA

Author Lehman Strauss states that “God never created man with a so-called “homosexual need.” No…

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My Story: Being Gay in the World’s Largest Democracy
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My Story: Being Gay in the World’s Largest Democracy

Darshan Mandhana is an HR professional, hailing from a small village in Maharashtra. Darshan, 30, recounts…

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