Here’s a movie that’s treating a gay relationship in India with the gravitas it demands, while trying not to take itself too seriously.
The Bill strips transgender people of their right to determine their own gender identity, doesn't address sexual violence and severely limits individuals' agency.
I am not afraid to talk about it openly in public for I don't understand why HIV should be a hush-hush topic.
The brand's stance against gender and racial diversity is only compounded by its unethical production practices.
About 600 alumni are calling out Symbiosis for evicting, then naming and shaming two students who complained about being sexually harassed by a professor.
Men seem all too eager to protest against "male hate" but why not protest toxic masculinity and patriarchy instead? Or for the rights of Dalit and trans men?
In this interview Abhijeet Rane talks about being brown and queer in India versus the US and why they think nightlife and activism go hand in hand.