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As concerns increase over the virus's spread, LGBTQ people are finding themselves blamed for being vectors
"Hotel Mumbai" delivers taut suspense in its streamlined take on real-life terror
In his new book, former White House staffer Gautam Raghavan showcases the people behind President Obama's eight years in office
Court struck down a Colonial-era law that considered same-sex relations an "unnatural offence"
Some Pride-themed merchandise is being produced in countries where homosexuality is criminalized or where anti-LGBTQ persecution is common, reports The New York Times. The demand...
12 people were arrested for helping spread rumors that transgender women were engaged in child trafficking
Prince Gohil plans on building a center on the grounds of his palace
India’s Supreme Court has agreed to reconsider a 2013 decision that reinstated the country’s anti-sodomy laws and criminalized same-sex relations between consenting adults, reports The...
Former President was in New Delhi to give a talk on activism
A showcase of Indian classical and contemporary dance genres
Article 377 is a Victorian era remnant of when Britain ruled India.
Pride can be a celebration, a declaration, or a fight to be recognized, depending on where you live
Corrective rape is becoming an issue in India, with families attacking their gay children to "cure" them
Newsweek reports on the difficulties of being LGBT in India
“The international community and civil society are closely following the developments in India and are urging not to discriminate against homosexuality in India.” — Sarah...