Pay some attention, however, and you'll find that most of the conversations on IDAHOBIT are centered around homosexuals and transgender individuals. Excluded from these narratives are bisexuals.
We often underestimate the power of art in our lives. The fact is that we all have fractured lives in a sense, and art can fill in those cracks. What Sridevi wrought on screen was art. She was Art, and for one lost and terribly hurt boy, Sri was everything, writes Harish Iyer
Shanavi Ponnusamy, and the fight for trans-inclusive workplaces in India's public and private sector
After being denied a job at Air India and receiving no response from the airline, Shanavi Ponnusamy has asked to be euthanised. In her struggles lies the seed for a larger movement about inclusive workspaces | #FirstCulture
Women have been at the centre of LGBTQI forums and events in Mumbai, ensuring that there are safe spaces for other lesbians, bisexual and trans women | #FirstCulture
‘Queer women should come out only when they feel safe,' says Sonal Giani #FirstCulture | #OutAndProud | #MumbaiPride | #377QuitIndia
Out and Proud: Meet Aruna Desai, mother and ally who helps young LGBTQ people to come out to their families
Aruna Desai's stubborn optimism and drive has made her a go-to person for young members of the LGBTQI community, when they need assistance or want to come out to their parents | FirstCulture
Pallav Patankar works hard to bring happiness into the lives of LGBTQ people
Prachi Kathale has also had her share of struggles with discrimination and heartbreak, but that has not stopped her from counting her blessings | #FirstCulture
Praful Baweja has had tough luck with love and coming out to his parents, but that has not stopped this enterprising man from working for the LGBTQI community | #FirstCulture
Samarpan Maiti, who is the winner of Mr Gay World India 2017, wants to focus on the socio-economically backward sections and raise awareness about acceptance of LGBTQI individuals | #FirstCulture
Before the Mumbai Pride March on 3 February 218, here's a look at the month of activities planned by Queer Azadi Mumbai
Perhaps the small step of #NoGenderDecember could enable a giant leap for humankind
In order to be more tactful and sensitive in the way we treat disabled persons, we need to first take a look at the language we use.
Growing up gay in the times of Doordarshan and VHS tapes, my search for fantasy men ended with Shashi Kapoor
While Canada PM Justin Trudeau's formal apology to the LGBTQ2 community was a commendable effort, it is nowhere near enough in this ongoing and potentially never-ending struggle for equality.
Australia’s same-sex survey is historic, but it’s dangerous to put minority rights at majority's approval
A plebiscite can go either way. What if the results of the survey favoured the ‘no’ votes?
Kevin Spacey's comments shouldn't be called 'coming out'; it is a 'coming clean' episode.
Coming out as a bisexual has its unique set of challenges, as b isexuals get short shrift not only from the heterosexual majority, but also from the LGBT community.
I have spoken to over a lakh-odd survivors in my lifetime, and can state for a fact that there was no 'template' any of them followed in denying their consent
On the one hand, our culture deifies transgender people — on the other, it demonises them for who they are. What if we just learned to look at them as 'people' instead?