Aman and Kartik are two gay persons who live together in Mumbai. After 4 years in Mumbai, Kartik decides to visit his mother in the small village of Kerala and attend a family prayer. The plot revolves around Kartik coming out to his mother as a gay person and how his mother and family come to accept his identity.
Qatar has been in full steam preparation for the hosting of the 2022 Football World Cup. However, criticisms and challenges faced by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer persons in Qatar due to criminalisation has been growing.
Lil Nas X, singer of Montero titled “call me by your name” has been awarded the inaugural Suicide Prevention Advocate of the Year Award by the activist group, The Trevor Project on 01 September 2021, as it marked the first day of Suicide Prevention Month.
DC Comics has made headlines with the reveal that Tim Drake, the third hero to fight with Batman as Robin, is bisexual. Tim Drake’s Robin inflamed the internet after a story in Batman: Urban Legends #6 in which Tim happily agreed to go on a date with his old friend Bernard.
Fear Street Part One: 1994 shines light on the struggles of two young queer girls named Deena and Sam as they try to navigate their relationship with each other amidst the eerie, scary, and mysterious events happening to their fellow Shadysiders, their friends, and then eventually, to them.
The Harley Quinn show is a testament not only to how the comics and future comic books shows should handle Harley and Ivy’s romance and queer couples, but also a perfect example of how other TV shows should display queer storylines.
Dans le cadre de la journée d’internationale de la Jeunesse célébrée le 12 Août, Le Young Queer Alliance a organisé une projection de film le samedi 8 Août 2020 intitulée Love, Simon qui retrace le parcours d’un jeune adolescent, Simon.
Entre tragédies et droits sociaux arrachés à coups de luttes, « L’Étincelle » permet de comprendre que transidentité, bisexualité et homosexualité ont toujours existé.
The British Council Mauritius is sharing three LGBTIQ+ themed short films from More Films For Freedom, building on the success of #FiveFilmsForFreedom. More Films For Freedom is a celebration of LGBTIQ+ stories. These films were made by British, Syrian, Palestinian and South African filmmakers.
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan (Extra careful of marriage) is a LGBT friendly Bollywood movie. It narrates about the road to achieving a happy ending which is a little too rough for two guys Kartik and Aman. While Aman’s family tries hard to battle his love for Kartik, Kartik isn’t prepared to step back until he marries Aman.