'All my life I thought... a woman cannot love another woman.'
The poem expresses queer love, longing and the emptiness of unrequited attachment.
A poem about my grandmother's childhood love and the choices they were forced to make.
The film makes me cautiously optimistic that queer women might see more films in the future where they can take everything in, and never once have to look away.
In India, queer dissent has been very visible in the recent past and it gives me a sense of kinship, familiarity and resonance during difficult times where the road ahead looks …
A poem that is both an ode to the lovers in the Marathi film 'Umbartha' and a call to all women who are forced into margins for not fitting …
A poem on queer and non-heteronormative love.
Garth Greenwell's 'Cleanliness' breaks the usual trope of gay novels and hits right at the core of desire among men.
What happens when lovers are split apart by Section 377?
These illustrations aim to show the beauty in vulnerability – and the more lovey and mushy sides of queer relationships.