Towson University professor Harjant Gill accumulated enough anecdotes growing up as a first-generation American to film his own story.
What’s more, Prince Manvendra was also risking his own freedom, as homosexual acts in his country were punishable by 10 years to life in prison
With society and the law against us, we can only protect ourselves
The court argued it was the job of Parliament, not judges, to repeal controversial laws
Shiamak is a renowned Bollywood choreographer, and also teaches dance in 6 countries
All forms must include a transgender category
This is the third year in a row that the actor’s institute is sponsoring cash prizes for the winners
Since Indian laws criminalise homosexuality, the after effects are drastic
Many LGBTI people have lost everything; funds are needed for medicine, food, fuel, emergency shelter and construction materials for the rebuilding process
In India, homosexuality isn’t a foreign concept—it’s been referenced in ancient religious texts and decades-old literature.
A New Zealand appeal has been set up for those who want to help lgbti people in Nepal following the devastating quake
Says being gay is ‘not a big deal’
The country’s most visible transgender rights activist Laxmi Narayan Tripathi has narrated her inspiring story in a recently launched autobiography
When asked for proof of this, Ashwin forwarded six handwritten letters from his father over the years
Saturday’s massive earthquake has killed at least 3,900 people and injured 6,500
Seven Nepalese transgenders who were part of the community-based organisation (CBO) Blue Diamond Society were killed in the earthquake