Tag: lgbtq

The Spectrum of Echoes towards Change and Equality

Justice N Anand Venkatesh of the Madras High Court on Monday, 7th June 2021, directed a request to the central and the state governments to formulate extensive, all-inclusive reforms concerning the rights...

THIS DAY IN HISTORY – 23RD MAY

This Day in History is DUE’s daily dose of trivia for all the history buffs out there. So sit back and take a ride of all the fascinating things that happened on 23rd...

Women for Womxn – not a typo

First used in 2010, the word ‘womxn’ has a political tone associated with it. It aims to promote and segregate women from men, and subsequently emphasizes that women are capable of their...

Why Camp is the LGBTQIA Read You Need To Pick Up Right Now

"Safer and happier don't always go hand in hand. It's a choice that a lot of us have to make." // L.C.Rosen LGBTQIA literature has come a long way from James Baldwin and...

Decoding Our Dress Codes: Why They Are Problematic

Strict dress codes and uniforms are something that almost every Indian student has experienced in their school time. Every morning after the assembly, teachers and prefects stood at every nook and corner...

#CelebratingPride : Section 377 and The Struggle Behind

As June is being celebrated as the pride month worldwide, there is no good a time to look back at the LGBTQ movement in India and what all it took to witness...

Movie Review : Portrait of a Lady on Fire

Famous Spanish Painter Pablo Picasso once said; "We all know that Art is not the truth. Art is a lie that makes us realise the truth". Writer-Director Céline Sciamma’s 2019 film 'Portrait...

#CelebratingPride : History of Pride Parades in India

The history of June being celebrated as the Pride month dates back to 28th June, 1969, when police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay club near Manhattan NYC which resulted in more...
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