The movie â€œSuddenly, last winterâ€ portrays the struggle of a gay couple in Italy during the time when Family Laws were being revised in Italy, in the year 2007.
Each of us has a separate identity and we should not only respect ourselves but other individuals as well. We live in a democratic country and hence we have the right to lead our lives the way we want to, others have no right to impose their own views and ideas upon us.
Ever wondered at why our judicial machinery leaks and squeaks when it comes to nabbing the powerful, politician, celebrity or anyone with power, but is rather efficient at making lives miserable almost anyone whoâ€™s a commoner with an ounce of accusatory evidence.
Of late, there has been a surge of support groups, collective organisations and digital magazines to cater to India's LGBT community and provide them with avenues for free conservation without any hindrances. We find out more.
The third edition of the gay pride parade - the first after consensual homosexual relationships was decriminalized in the country - in the Capital on Sunday was an unusual display of confidence by the lesbian-gay bisexual-transgender (LGTB) community.
When a child is born he/she does not know anything about his orientation. The parent also loves the child unconditionally till the ideal marriage age, when they start becoming concerned about their kidâ€™s attraction to the opposite sex. It is then, that these young adults come out with the truth about themselves. When the parent hasnâ€™t treated the kid differently yet, then why later?
There is a sigh of relief, Homosexuality has finally been accepted. The Indian Gay community and activists rejoiced throughout India and celebrated their victory. The decision of the Delhi High Court will now be challenged in the Supreme Court of India, where this case will be tried.
Bitter Chocolate is a book which is sure to shock the reader at every each and every page flip. The book deals with Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) in India. Through this book, the author Pinki Virani shatters every myth regarding CSA, and jolts the reader out of complacency regarding the issue.
Eunuchs were frequently employed in Imperial Indian palaces as servants for female royalty, and often attained high-status positions in Indian society. Eunuchs in Imperial palaces were organized in a hierarchy, often with a senior or chief eunuch ("Khwaja Saras") directing Junior eunuchs below him.