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Bollywood and LGBTQ: Can the industry ever come out of the closet?
Entertainment

Bollywood and LGBTQ: Can the industry ever come out of the closet?

Bollywood is learning to experiment with gay themes on screen in the post 377 era. Bollywood and LGBTQ notions, however, don't go together in real life yet.

Section 377 verdict: Acceptance of homosexuality more than doubled from 1990 to 2014, reveals survey
India

Section 377 verdict: Acceptance of homosexuality more than doubled from 1990 to 2014, reveals survey

Justification for homosexuality more than doubled in India during 1990-2014 with 58 percent Indians now okay with having a homosexual as their neighbour, up from nine percent seen in 1990, reveals data

Supreme Court to reconsider, review Section 377 of IPC: Apex court's 2013 judgment upheld criminality of gay sex
India

Supreme Court to reconsider, review Section 377 of IPC: Apex court's 2013 judgment upheld criminality of gay sex

The Supreme Court decided to reconsider the constitutional validity of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code which has been used to decriminalise homosexuality.

Hundreds march in New Delhi for gay rights at 10th Queer Pride march
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Hundreds march in New Delhi for gay rights at 10th Queer Pride march

Hundreds of gay rights activists and supporters, many wearing colourful costumes and holding balloons, marched through India's capital in celebration but also defiance in a nation that continues to outlaw homosexual acts

Right to Privacy: India's 'minuscule fraction' rejoice today, prepare for Section 377 battle another day
India

Right to Privacy: India's 'minuscule fraction' rejoice today, prepare for Section 377 battle another day

In 2013 when two judges of the Supreme Court had recriminalised homosexual sex they had dismissed gays, lesbians and bisexuals as a "miniscule fraction".

Guysexual looks at 'happy, damaged men': Is broken the new bad, damaged the new dashing?
Life

Guysexual looks at 'happy, damaged men': Is broken the new bad, damaged the new dashing?

Not Prince Charming, he's Prince Harming — are 'broken', 'damaged' just excuses for being emotionally unavailable?

Guysexual guide to the 25 boys not to date in 2016: Avoid these Mr Wrongs at all costs
Life

Guysexual guide to the 25 boys not to date in 2016: Avoid these Mr Wrongs at all costs

When wrong men are everywhere, how do you find the right date? Well for starters, you could follow our guide to the 25 guys you must avoid!

Myth-busting the gay man 2.0: No, we're not out to 'convert' all the straight guys
Life

Myth-busting the gay man 2.0: No, we're not out to 'convert' all the straight guys

In this follow-up piece, read more on the myths doing the rounds about the gay dating scene

Surrogacy Bill pushing for RSS' 'adarsh samsaar': Who decides what is a family anyway?
Life

Surrogacy Bill pushing for RSS' 'adarsh samsaar': Who decides what is a family anyway?

The bill has brought in a totally fallacious phrase called “altruistic surrogacy” that restricts this right to married couples with or without children who wish for another child and can procure it through the serves of a distant relative for surrogacy.

'Pansexual', 'panromantic': Labels may sometimes help, but more often restrict us
Life

'Pansexual', 'panromantic': Labels may sometimes help, but more often restrict us

Labels can help us better navigate the world. But they can also be restrictive, especially when used in the context of mental health and identity.

‘We find his comments abhorrent’: Nike dumps Manny Pacquiao after his gay slur
Sports

‘We find his comments abhorrent’: Nike dumps Manny Pacquiao after his gay slur

US sports equipment giant Nike on Wednesday axed Manny Pacquiao after he described gay couples as "worse than animals", slamming the Filipino boxer's remarks as "abhorrent."

A masterpiece of cinematic skills, 'Aligarh' has a lot to say about the way we perceive homosexuals
Life

A masterpiece of cinematic skills, 'Aligarh' has a lot to say about the way we perceive homosexuals

Aligarh is a masterpiece of cinematic skills bundled deftly by Mehta and Asrani with several LGBT staffers in the unit.

Guess who Bipasha Basu is 'petrified' of? Lesbians
Entertainment

Guess who Bipasha Basu is 'petrified' of? Lesbians

Are you a lesbian? Be petrified of Bipasha Basu, because she is petrified of you. This, she has said in an interview to Stardust magazine, for which, she is now facing flak all over social media.

Gays 'not accepted' on sports field, face abuse: Survey
Sports

Gays 'not accepted' on sports field, face abuse: Survey

Only one percent of people feel that gays are "completely accepted" on the sporting field, while others have been subject to verbal and physical abuse for being homosexual, a new international survey said Sunday.

AIIMS doctor who claimed she was tortured by 'gay' husband, kills herself
Life

AIIMS doctor who claimed she was tortured by 'gay' husband, kills herself

A 31-year-old doctor at AIIMS allegedly committed suicide after she learnt that he was actually gay.

Convicted homophobic killers become UK's first gay couple to marry in prison
Life

Convicted homophobic killers become UK's first gay couple to marry in prison

Meet murderers Mikhail Gallatinov, 40 and Marc Goodwin, 31, who are the first same sex married couple behind bars, after The Marriages Act of 1983 allowed prisoners to apply to be married.

Maharashtra health minister thinks LGBT community needs
India

Maharashtra health minister thinks LGBT community needs "psychological treatment"

According to Sawant, the LGBT community is in need of "psychological treatment and counselling".

Islamic State throws 'gay men' off tower, stone 'adulterous' woman to death
World

Islamic State throws 'gay men' off tower, stone 'adulterous' woman to death

The Islamic State has reportedly carried out multiple public executions that have included throwing men accused of being gay off towers, stoning a woman accused of adultery and crucifying at least 17 young men- all in a two-day time frame.

4 time Emmy winner Jim Parsons is not just known for playing Sheldon Cooper
World

4 time Emmy winner Jim Parsons is not just known for playing Sheldon Cooper

Besides Big Bang Theory, Parsons was also nominated at the Emmys for his role in The Normal Heart.

Indian-origin man in UK kills wife to hide his homosexuality
Life

Indian-origin man in UK kills wife to hide his homosexuality

An Indian-origin gay bank worker allegedly strangled his wife and burnt her body months after marrying her to hide his homosexuality, a British court has heard.