The Sunday night talk show hosted by Indian actor Aamir Khan changed number of minds of people regarding gays.
Earlier this summer, Dutee Chand, an Indian national champion sprinter, was disqualified from the Commonwealth Games because, according to the International Association of Athletics Federations, her levels of testosterone are too high. Dutee hasn’t doped or cheated; her hormone levels are naturally occurring.
Yesterday in Boston at the Fenway Health Center, the South Asian Arts Council presented a panel to discuss the ongoing LGBT conflict in India.
Crown Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil of India is the world's only out member of royalty, and Frontiers LA gave us a glimpse into what his life is like.
The United Nations Free & Equal campaign has shared another video promoting equality for LGBT people around the globe. This time, they are targeting India with a Bollywood-style video starring Indian actress Celina Jaitly.
Pratibha Parmar's films empower women and LGBT people through telling the stories of being caught in the Asian diaspora, challenging neocolonialism and the settler gaze.
In response to the Supreme Court’s decision to recriminalize LGBT relationships in India, Imran Kahn posted a video on YouTube answering common questions about the LGBT community posed in India. The questions included sometimes very naïve yet common questions such as: “Why do these gay people choose to be gay?"
Fans of cartoonist Scott Adams' Dilbert will recognize Dogbert, Asok the intern, and the comic's signature satirical wit. Many, however, may have been (pleasantly, I hope) surprised by the strip's recent tackling of international LGBT issues—namely, India's criminalization of gay couples.
Maulik Pancholy, an Indian American actor known for his roles on 30 Rock and Weeds announced on twitter his engagement on with Ryan Corvaia. The couple got engaged at the Taj Mahal after being together for 9 years.