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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Heartwarming Story Of A Married Indian Lesbian Couple
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Heartwarming Story Of A Married Indian Lesbian Couple

By Sreemoyee Piu Kundu A month back, I happened to chance upon a much-liked picture that…

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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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A Conversation with Samir Narang: A Drag Queen with an MD
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A Conversation with Samir Narang: A Drag Queen with an MD

This week I had the pleasure of interviewing Samir Narang, a doctor by day and…

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Lady Gaga Opens Up About Her Mental Illness To LGBT Youth
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Lady Gaga Opens Up About Her Mental Illness To LGBT Youth

  Lady Gaga recently visited the Ali Forney Center in New York City, which is…

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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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“OPEN UP”- Inspiring Story of A Child Abuse Survivor
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“OPEN UP”- Inspiring Story of A Child Abuse Survivor

By Aashna Bhatia So what’s so special about Ishank Chibber? Is it because he works…

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11 Countries that Will Kill You for Being LGBT
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11 Countries that Will Kill You for Being LGBT

By Nikola Potrebic No matter what level of development we reach as a society, it…

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All You Need To Know About HIV/AIDS Situation In India
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All You Need To Know About HIV/AIDS Situation In India

By Niharika Gaur HIV stands as the third most dangerous affliction in India after Tuberculosis…

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Why The Plus in LGBT+| A Radical Call for Recognizing Intersectionality
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Why The Plus in LGBT+| A Radical Call for Recognizing Intersectionality

By Aleksandr Chandra It is time to pivot the plus. The very symbol that has…

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