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- The Queer Questionnaire #1: Am I Non-Binary Enough?Hello hello! My name is Jess and I'm here to answer all your burning questions about gender, sex, sexuality, queerness, polyamory, mental health, and more. How does this work? You comment or send in your questions to Gaysi and I'll answer a few every Thursday. So here we go. This week, we're talking about being non-binary and how queer identit […]
- The Queer Questionnaire #1: Am I Non-Binary Enough?
- 2017: The Indian LGBT Year in ReviewWith 2017 drawing to a close, it is time to quickly look back at some of the key events and people who grabbed our attention before we start celebrating the new year. 2017 was... The post 2017: The Indian LGBT Year in Review appeared first on Pink Pages.
- 2017: The Indian LGBT Year in Review
- Gay Gandhi? HardlyLast year I attended a short orientation to prepare me for work in rural India. Facing a year in the closet, I asked what I could expect from men in my community in rural Rajasthan: "You might see some men holding hands like homosexuals in the west."As a westerner I may have jumped to conclusions about two men holding hands. Certainly in London, yo […]
- Gay Gandhi? Hardly
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Category Archives: Magazines
The Queer Chronicle’ (TQC) is India’s longest running free monthly e-magazine, published for and by the queer community. With interviews, personal stories, events, businesses, art, travel, health & fitness, investment advice, movie reviews, book reviews, etc (all of course, from … Continue reading
Sanghamitra is a voluntary, non-commercial quarterly e-publication by GoodAsYou, Bangalore, an LGBT support group. The magazine covers a range of issues, events and opinions of interest to the LGBT community of India. Sanghamitra is based out of Bangalore, Karnataka but … Continue reading
The oldest south Asian LGBT magazine in the USA which has completed its 25 years in the mainstream media. http://trikone.org/subscribe.shtml
Jiah Mag started in 2010. It was an India based lesbian magazine. It folded after three issues. Jiah_Vol_1 Jiah_Vol_2 Jiah_Vol_3
http://chaymagazine.org/ Having observed in Pakistani society, a disturbing tendency towards fear and shame around issues of sex and sexuality – that is to say, around a normal human interaction – the founders of Chay Magazine feel that sex and sexuality … Continue reading
http://www.bombaydost.co.in/ Bombay Dost, India ’s first registered LGBT magazine, was launched in 1990. In its earlier avatar, Bombay Dost connected queer people across the country, taking away the sense of isolation and disempowerment they felt.
From: http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/indiv/southasia/cuvl/glb.html Ackerley, J. R. Hindoo Holiday: An Indian Journal. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1990. British gay author’s account of his life as secretary and confidant to an Indian maharajah. (First published in 1932.) Ali, Agha Shahid. A Nostalgist’s … Continue reading