Wedding Tunes that Will Amplify the Magic in your Relationship..
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Wedding Tunes that Will Amplify the Magic in your Relationship..

A wedding is a ceremony consisting of two people united in marriage. Wedding traditions and customs vary greatly…

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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…

“Rainbow Essentials” Checklist for your next Pride Parade!
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“Rainbow Essentials” Checklist for your next Pride Parade!

It’s almost Pride Month which means its time for celebrations, and love among the queer…

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Teaching Underprivileged Kids about LGBTQ+
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Teaching Underprivileged Kids about LGBTQ+

In areas of the country, where education itself is a challenge, to teach about, gender,…

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Peeking behind curtains of Mr Gay India, with Debendra Nath Sanyal
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Peeking behind curtains of Mr Gay India, with Debendra Nath Sanyal

How Freedom Transforms Among you and your Partner
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How Freedom Transforms Among you and your Partner

As we celebrate India’s 73rd Independence Day, FSOG explores personal liberty in New India and…

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A Transgender Wedding under the Kolkata Rainbow
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A Transgender Wedding under the Kolkata Rainbow

We’ll get to the wedding, but here’s a quick context of the political situation of…

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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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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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K-Pop: The New LGBTQ+ Safe Haven – Thanks BTS!
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K-Pop: The New LGBTQ+ Safe Haven – Thanks BTS!

K-pop is one of the biggest genres of music after English Pop. And rightly so.…

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India’s New Gay Anthem: Love Is Love!
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India’s New Gay Anthem: Love Is Love!

It’s been around 10 months since the Supreme Court of India decriminalized Section 377 and…

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MU Revolution: JOIN US!
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MU Revolution: JOIN US!

The makeup industry is due a revolution and we think it’s time the LGBTQ community…

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These Cartoons Have Something In Common
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These Cartoons Have Something In Common

Cartoons have been an integral part of our childhoods, regardless of the generation you belong…

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Inter-Culture Lesbian Wedding Proves Love Can Be Anywhere!
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Inter-Culture Lesbian Wedding Proves Love Can Be Anywhere!

Being in love is a wonderful feeling. But seeing your favourite person, walk down the…

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Marvel At These LGBTQ+ Comics Characters!
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Marvel At These LGBTQ+ Comics Characters!

What’s more exciting than seeing your favourite comics include people just like you? Okay maybe…

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Love Island: Where’s The Gay?
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Love Island: Where’s The Gay?

Love Island has grown to become one of the most watched reality TV show across…

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What Happened 50 Years Ago At Stonewall
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What Happened 50 Years Ago At Stonewall

During the summer night of ’69, the world witnessed the most monumental happenings of the…

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Ukraine Witnesses Largest Pride March
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Ukraine Witnesses Largest Pride March

Ukrainian Capital saw thousands march by for its annual gay event. It has been the…

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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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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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Anwesh Sahoo Honoured With The Troy Perry Award In Association with FSoG
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Anwesh Sahoo Honoured With The Troy Perry Award In Association with FSoG

Troy Deroy Perry Jr (born July 27, 1940) is the founder of the Metropolitan Community Church, a Protestant denomination with…

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FSoG On Danish Radio Speaking On Maaya 2
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FSoG On Danish Radio Speaking On Maaya 2

Sec 377 has been abolished and while the LGBT+ community celebrates its heart out the…

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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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6-Year-Old Children In London Made To Write LGBT Love Letters
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6-Year-Old Children In London Made To Write LGBT Love Letters

A British primary school was recently spotlighted by the BBC Radio Manchester, for making its students, some…

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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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Gay Love In The Land Of The ‘Happiness Quotient’: Bhutan
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Gay Love In The Land Of The ‘Happiness Quotient’: Bhutan

In Bhutan the Penal Code’s Sections 213 and 214 state that homosexuality is against nature…

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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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Capturing Raw Vulnerability In Bedrooms & Bathtubs
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Capturing Raw Vulnerability In Bedrooms & Bathtubs

“It’s always been about the face.” Calling in from her home in Manila, Regine David is on…

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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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This Gay Toy Story Themed Wedding Is Going Viral
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This Gay Toy Story Themed Wedding Is Going Viral

Two grooms’ wildest childhood dreams came true last month when they had the lavish Disney-themed wedding…

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Why Should Queer Places Exclude Asexuals?
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Why Should Queer Places Exclude Asexuals?

Content warning: This article contains mentions of corrective rape and assault. As we approach another…

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Singapore’s Anti-Gay Law Gets 109,000 Signatures
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Singapore’s Anti-Gay Law Gets 109,000 Signatures

In what is a clear reminder that true equality for LGBTQ people all over the…

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50 Things That Annoy Gay/Bi Men
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50 Things That Annoy Gay/Bi Men

Raise your hand if you can relate! There are a number of things in this world…

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Studio 54; A Boogie Wonderland
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Studio 54; A Boogie Wonderland

Legendary events, when viewed through the rosy lens of nostalgia, tend to be exaggerated. But…

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UK’s First Bisexual Dating Show To Be Hosted By Courtney Act
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UK’s First Bisexual Dating Show To Be Hosted By Courtney Act

Drag Race star and Celebrity Big Brother winner Courtney Act announced this weekend that she’ll host the UK’s…

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11 Fun And Happy Gay Films
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11 Fun And Happy Gay Films

There are a lot of important gay movies that don’t have the happiest endings for…

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Watch Trixie Mattel Revealing The RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4 Lineup
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Watch Trixie Mattel Revealing The RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4 Lineup

Trixie Mattel has provided her opinion on the rumored cast of RuPaul’s Drag Race All…

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Grindr Launches ‘Kindr’ To Combat Racism, Bullying On App
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Grindr Launches ‘Kindr’ To Combat Racism, Bullying On App

The social media company Grindr launched a new initiative this week to combat different forms…

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Sridevi; An Icon For The LGBT Community
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Sridevi; An Icon For The LGBT Community

September 6, 2018 was a historic day for India as the Supreme Court decriminalised homosexuality…

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9 Artists Expressing Their Pride On Their Sleeve
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9 Artists Expressing Their Pride On Their Sleeve

With the recent denouncement of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, the country’s LGBTQIA…

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How To Come Out To Your Indian Parents
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How To Come Out To Your Indian Parents

Coming out to your Indian parents, you need to make sure you are confident enough to…

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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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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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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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Malaysia Convicts Lesbian Couple To Caning
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Malaysia Convicts Lesbian Couple To Caning

Two women in Malaysia have been convicted for attempting to have lesbian sex. They will…

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Malaysian Official Says LGBT People Have ‘Organic Illness’
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Malaysian Official Says LGBT People Have ‘Organic Illness’

Malaysia has always advertised itself with the tagline “Malaysia:Truly Asia”. It is also the country…

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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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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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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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Same-Sex Partners In India: Not A Crime
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Same-Sex Partners In India: Not A Crime

“No one can influence one’s choice of partner other than the individual himself/herself. Neither law…

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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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An LGBT Exhibition: Traces From Then and Now
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An LGBT Exhibition: Traces From Then and Now

Freedom is never free and who would know that better than those who have lived…

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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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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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PRIDE Debuts At Vadodra
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PRIDE Debuts At Vadodra

Otherwise known for its splendid, joyous and equally colourful Navratri celebrations, another colourful spectacle unfolded…

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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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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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Belize: Leading The Way For LGBT
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Belize: Leading The Way For LGBT

    A tiny little nation on the Central American coastline, Belize, is a shining…

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Time To Embrace The Vets
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Time To Embrace The Vets

All through the Cold War the US Army mandatorily conscripted youth to fight it’s wars.…

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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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Life Moves On For Gender Fluid, Lavanya Narayan  |  FSOG Exclusive
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Life Moves On For Gender Fluid, Lavanya Narayan | FSOG Exclusive

Two years after coming out publicly to the world and her parents, life still continues…

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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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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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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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30 Pictures From Bengaluru Pride ’17 That Capture What Pride Is All About
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30 Pictures From Bengaluru Pride ’17 That Capture What Pride Is All About

The garden city, the silicon valley of India, Bengaluru became a city full of colors,…

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This Young Beauty Pageant Contestant Tackles A Heteronormative Question In The Best Way Possible
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This Young Beauty Pageant Contestant Tackles A Heteronormative Question In The Best Way Possible

This 17 year old beauty pageant contestant just answered the most heteronormative question with such ease…

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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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Taiwan To Become The First Asian Country To Legalise Same-Sex Marriage?
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Taiwan To Become The First Asian Country To Legalise Same-Sex Marriage?

Taiwan’s top court says parliament has two years to enact legislation or same-sex relationships will…

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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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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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Gay India: An Exclusive Interview With A Gay Couple From Mumbai
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Gay India: An Exclusive Interview With A Gay Couple From Mumbai

By Aashna Bhatia This week we had the pleasure of interviewing another gay couple in…

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A Gay Australian’s Indian Love Story
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A Gay Australian’s Indian Love Story

The pivotal issue with homosexuality in India seems to revolve around the centrality and sanctity…

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20 Year Old Boy From Ahmedabad Comes Out As Asexual
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20 Year Old Boy From Ahmedabad Comes Out As Asexual

“I give them time to come to terms with my asexuality.” The words invoke an…

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All You Need To Know About The New Revolutionary Dating Platform For Queer Indians
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All You Need To Know About The New Revolutionary Dating Platform For Queer Indians

What happens when someone queer wants to find a perfect pool of people who are…

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Stand with Orlando: Vigil for Love held in Mumbai
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Stand with Orlando: Vigil for Love held in Mumbai

Members and supporters of LGBTQI community in Mumbai, including the US Consul General, Mr Thomas Vajda…

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