Millions of people do not fit neatly into male or female sex designations at birth, and wrong identification can set them up for a lifetime of physical and mental …
‘There’s a Thing Called Being Gay?’
How are we to find a viable solution to give people of various sexes, genders, and sexuality a share of their rights, let alone equality, when we don’t teach …
14 Questions I Asked Google
A poem on asking a search engine about being gay.
Standing ‘Bi’ the Sidelines: On Not Feeling ‘Queer Enough’
The bisexual community faces some unique struggles that are often pushed into the shadows along with our identities.
‘She Was I, and I Was Her’
What happens when lovers are split apart by Section 377?
Genuine Stories of Desi-Queers in the Workplace
People shared stories about coming out at work and what they said will make you laugh, make you sad, frustrate you and warm your heart.
This Heart Can Love Everyone
At the age of 22, my heart took me to bed. In my state of confusion, of loving so many people, I hoped I loved them like I did …
The Headline Screams News of Their Love
Everyone else’s love letter becomes a story, but theirs is a headline.
E A S Y: Celebrating the Mushy Side of Queer Love
These illustrations aim to show the beauty in vulnerability – and the more lovey and mushy sides of queer relationships.