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Early this June, Justice Anand Venkatesh of the Madras High Court delivered a landmark judgment in the direction of creating a safe space for the LGBTQIA+ community
Movie releases, stand-up comedy shows and DJ concerts: Check out this week's list of events to enjoy in Chennai
Right from OTT releases to hilsa pop-ups and new apparel launches, this week has several enjoyable activities for you to take part in, around Chennai and virtually
Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival will continue till September 5 and will screen 221 films from 53 countries
KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival is back with its 12th edition. Keeping in mind the pandemic, the festival will be held virtually from August 19 to September 5.
Mj Rodriguez has scored a major acting Emmy nomination for a trans performer.
British Council launches the seventh edition of Five Films for Freedom — the world’s largest LGBTIQ+ digital campaign, with online screenings
Here's every famous name who came out this year
The app also has over 20 sexual orientations and 22 gender options that users can choose from
Pride special: Five Indian LGBTQIA+ artistes press play on new music and rewind to their coming out stories
Tune in, listen, share, empower
Richa Chadha celebrates the stories through her new social media initiative, The Kindry
Kubbra Sait hosts and curates an interesting Q&A session with prominent members of the community
Here are seven Hollywood films and series that are paving the way for more LGBTQ inclusive content on screen
From Eternals to the Green Lantern series, we present to you a list of released, upcoming movies and shows that have finally broken the barriers of social construct
The short film Sheer Qorma, starring Swara Bhasker, Divya Dutta and Shabana Azmi, will have its world premiere at San Francisco International LGBTQ+ Film Festival.
Billy Porter, who won an Emmy for his HIV-positive character Pray Tell on the FX series, said the isolation of COVID-19 pandemic led him to reflect on his secret, kept away even from his mother
Zareen Khan plays a homosexual woman in the recently released film, Hum Bhi Akele, Tum Bhi Akele.
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