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In Portrait of a Lady on Fire, A Secret Love and Four More Shots Please!, rooting for romance and desire
Entertainment

In Portrait of a Lady on Fire, A Secret Love and Four More Shots Please!, rooting for romance and desire

At first glance, Céline Sciamma’s Portrait of a Lady on Fire (which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival last year but became available to stream in India via MUBI only recently), Chris Bolan’s Netflix documentary A Secret Love, and season 2 of Nupur Asthana's Amazon Prime Video India Original show Four More Shots Please! seem like entirely different entities, but at the core of all three — when you strip away the layers of form, treatment, tone, era — is a heart-stopping romance. #PrideMonth

Facing the Mirror: 20 years after the lesbian anthology was first published, it remains a riveting read
Life

Facing the Mirror: 20 years after the lesbian anthology was first published, it remains a riveting read

Facing the Mirror takes us back in time to give us an unfiltered part of lesbian history, with some of the earliest articulations of lesbian experience in independent India.

Kashish 2019: From MMKND to The Booth, the best short films at the LGBTQ+ film festival
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Kashish 2019: From MMKND to The Booth, the best short films at the LGBTQ+ film festival

Reviews of three of the six Indian Narrative Shorts at Kashish Film Festival 2019 - Mud Mud Ke Na Dekh, U Ushacha, and The Booth.

Kerala High Court allows lesbian couple to live together after one of the women was illegally confined by family
India

Kerala High Court allows lesbian couple to live together after one of the women was illegally confined by family

The court was considering a plea filed by a 40-year-old woman from Kollam district alleging that her 24-year-old partner from Thiruvananthapuram had been illegally confined by her family.

Two Malaysian women caned under Islamic law for lesbian sex; activists term punishment as 'inhuman and degrading'
World

Two Malaysian women caned under Islamic law for lesbian sex; activists term punishment as 'inhuman and degrading'

Two Malaysian women were caned Monday for having lesbian sex in violation of strict Islamic laws, sparking outrage from activists at the "inhuman and degrading" punishment.

On IDAHOBIT 2018, three stories that underscore the need for a perspective shift on gender, sexuality
Life

On IDAHOBIT 2018, three stories that underscore the need for a perspective shift on gender, sexuality

Point of View is bringing forward many stories through a series called 'Life, Actually' — part of their campaign for IDAHOBIT 2018

West Bengal education minister claims he has 'never' heard of lesbians in the state, says it's against Bengal's 'ethos'
India

West Bengal education minister claims he has 'never' heard of lesbians in the state, says it's against Bengal's 'ethos'

Reacting to media reports claiming that a school in Kolkata had arm-twisted students in to signing a written "confession" stating that they are lesbians, West Bengal education minister Partha Chatterjee said, on Wednesday, that lesbianism is "against the ethos" of the state, according to a NDTV report

'Gay men love beards, lesbians tend to hug each other': Malaysian daily publishes checklist to 'identify' LGBT members
World

'Gay men love beards, lesbians tend to hug each other': Malaysian daily publishes checklist to 'identify' LGBT members

A Malaysian newspaper has reportedly published a list of characteristics to identify potential gay and lesbian people.

Australia legalises same-sex marriage with landslide vote in favour of changing law
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Australia legalises same-sex marriage with landslide vote in favour of changing law

Australia's parliament passed a bill legalising same-sex marriage on Thursday, after the nation overwhelmingly voted in favour of changing the law

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".

Thousands celebrate gay rights in Seoul pride parade amid protests by conservative Christians
World

Thousands celebrate gay rights in Seoul pride parade amid protests by conservative Christians

Thousands of people celebrated gay rights with song, dance and a march in Seoul on Saturday, amid rain and boisterous protests by conservative Christians

Facebook to introduce new emoji to honor LGBT Pride Month
News & Analysis

Facebook to introduce new emoji to honor LGBT Pride Month

Facebook has introduced a rainbow emoji to honour the LGBT Pride Month celebrated every year in June to show support to their community and cause.

Queer Pride: In Northeast India, the movement for LGBT rights is gaining visibility
India

Queer Pride: In Northeast India, the movement for LGBT rights is gaining visibility

From Pride Marches to support groups and beauty pageants, the Northeast is seeing a number of initiatives that support the quest for LGBT rights

The Seven Straight Men To Stay Away From
FWeekend

The Seven Straight Men To Stay Away From

While these men might seem perfect and straight out of an indie movie, it’s always a good thing not to get too ahead of yourself

The Guysexual: Is online dating the serial killer of romance?
FWeekend

The Guysexual: Is online dating the serial killer of romance?

Instead, what I do tell him is that all the nice boys are online – they are just complaining about the fact that there are no nice boys online.

Watch: The Guysexual Guide on 10 things not to say on a date (unless you want it to end)
Life

Watch: The Guysexual Guide on 10 things not to say on a date (unless you want it to end)

Dating is tough. Dating is incredibly tough and navigating the roller coaster of emotions, feelings isn't not easy for the millennial, even if you're inclined to believe the opposite.

Two out of five students in IIT Bombay think homosexuality is a disease: Report
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Two out of five students in IIT Bombay think homosexuality is a disease: Report

The report said that 38 percent of the students — or almost two out of every five students — think that homosexuality is a disease.