The Queer Take: Contemplating 'allyship', 'safe spaces' and my refusal of new-found properties in LGBTQ+ discourse
As I write this column just after Pride Month and I realise I haven’t always been this grumpy gay that doesn't want to join the parties and parades. So what changed?
I’m not diminishing the importance of the Pride Parade; I’m interested in the way it has changed in its text, tenor and tone | Joshua Muyiwa writes in this week's #QueerTake
It will be nostalgic but at a time when many think the gay movement is synonymous with gay parties and partners are just a click away on an app, the Friendship Walk ’99 is a reminder of time when everyone had to have everyone’s back because they were trying to build not just a movement but a community.
Several cultural events followed after the LGBTQ pride march concluded including a performance by the newly launched theatre group Q Rang, directed by Sreejith Sundaram
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The valuable lesson I learnt in 2018 was that we must always take pride in and talk about the great work women silently put into making us
In its 11th year, the Delhi Pride March marked a celebration of the landmark Supreme Court of India judgment which struck down portions of Section 377, and decriminalised consensual gay sex.
Mumbai Pride 2018: In a few hours, thousands of straight, gay, bisexual and transgendered folk will take to the streets for their right to love, their right to live, but most importantly, their right to be
Dehradun saw its first major event in support of LGBTQ rights in form of a Pride Walk on 30 July 2017.
Living with Section 377: Four members of the LGBTQ community told us how an archaic law affects them
Four members of the LGBTQ community told us what living with Section 377 is like
At the jam-packed New York City parade, a few attendees wore "Make America Gay Again" hats, while one group walking silently in the parade wore "Black Lives Matter" shirts
Here are some answers to frequently asked questions regarding the Mumbai Pride Parade, also known as the Queer Azaadi March
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