Coming out matters to many within the LGBTQ community, but to see it as something that validates one’s queer identity is unfair.
Cake chats with Kripa Joshi, the creator of ‘Miss Moti’ – the comic-strip protagonist who’s South Asian, plus-sized, and unabashedly proud of her body!
The fact that sexist, racist Donald Trump will now represent a democratic “superpower” like the United States of America has disturbing connotations.
Seven years in the making, queer filmmaker Sridhar Rangayan’s new film explores being queer in a conservative, middle class, Indian family.
Girl-on-girl hate and the processes that incite it are so insidious that one often doesn’t even realize when one is participating in it.
Ae Dil Hain Mushkil’s male protagonist suffers from patriarchal social conditioning which tells men that they have a ‘right’ to a woman’s body and emotions just by the virtue of being ‘nice’ to them.
A recent conversation on twitter raised several questions about how toxic masculinity prevents straight men from admitting they experience same-sex desire.
It explores the real life story of how wrestler Mahavir Phogat trained his daughters Geeta and Babita Phogat to become gold medalists.
Entitled men like Trump and Bill Clinton get away with assault while the survivors of their violence continue to get skewered by the media and the public.
The problems of foeticide and forced abortions in India cannot be as easily contemplated upon in ethical terms created by Western standards.