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!
Rain Dove is an androgynous model. She calls herself a ‘Gender Capitalist,’ and has actively fought against the transphobic House Bill 2 in North Carolina.
Anusha Yadav’s photographs celebrate people who define their own beauty standards, outside of the gender constructs that we were all told were “fixed.”
When you become a parent, you become responsible for a whole other being. But does motherhood really change you? We spoke to four women about it.
Many profiles on Amour are openly defying the “genitalization” of one’s sexual orientation, or “sexualization” of queer dating.
Called the local Oprah Winfrey by the New York Times, Rose Venkatesan has come a long way. She opened up to us about family, work and society in general.
With the immense popularity of RuPaul’s Drag Race, drag culture sure has taken off. But what is it all about? Performer Abhijeet sheds some light on it.
In a cyber conversation with trans activist Laxmi Narayan Tripathi, and the writer of her new book ‘Red Lipstick,’ Pooja Pande.
Activist Akkai Padmashali speaks with us about growing up transgender, setting up her organization Ondede, and the recent Trans Rights Bill.
Cake caught up with Sudhanshu Saria, the director of ‘LOEV’ to talk about LGBTQ cinema, self-expression and a whole lot more.