An attempt to interpret queer love.
"If you love and accept your child, society will fall in line."
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It's all for a good cause.
While Catholic bishops in the U.S. debate over gender neutral bathrooms, one church-run charity in India is looking to new ways to embrace the transgender community. Caritas India, a branch of Catholi...
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Love doesn't win, patriarchy does.
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This indie, which has received several positive reviews on the film festival circuit, is a drama on the complex relationship between three men.
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The Bill confers the right upon transgender persons to be recognised as such and also grants them the right to 'self-perceived' gender identity.
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A couple of months ago, a friend and I were ambling in Delhi Haat, where we encountered an exquisite painting. The painting depicted Krishna massaging Radha's feet. My friend found the painting a bit curious. When we sat down to treat ourselves with some melt-in-the-mouth pooranpolis at the Maharashtra food stall, he asked me," Isn't Krishna supposed to be the alpha-male, the chick-magnet? How can he be shown to be so subservient?"
And it says something about our priorities as a nation.
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'The 'Other' Love Story', set in '90s Bangalore, is about two women who fall in love.
The Indian government had the historic opportunity to uphold our constitutional moralities at an international stage. But instead of being on the right side of history, the government only ended up exposing its hypocrisy.