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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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The journey for marriage equality continues. The Supreme Court of the United States of America (SCOTUS) agreed to hear oral arguments on the Proposition 8 and DOMA case on the merits. Trikone now patiently waits until SCOTUS hears oral arguments … Continue reading
-Harsha Mallajosyula Advocacy Director/Trikone On July 19th, 2012 Trikone members Harsha Mallajosyula, Madhuri ANji, Monica Davis and Poonam Kapoor presented our history quilt to White House LGBT Liason Gautam Raghavan. The quilt was signed by Trikone members in San Francisco … Continue reading
Photo credit: Huffingtonpost.com (accessed 5/9/12) It gave me chills to hear President Obama say that he personally affirms the idea that same sex couples should be able to get married. To have someone in such an influential political position recognize … Continue reading
-By Rachna Yesterday at a monthly staff meeting a group of co-workers made a presentation for South Asian Heritage Month. Every time I hear the phrase “South Asian Heritage Month” I feel my normally-low blood pressure rise.