Orinam cordially invites you to Reel Desires: Chennai International Queer Film Festival 2013, a collaborative effort between Orinam and Goethe Institut/ Max Mueller Bhavan, Chennai, in partnership with other local collectives. The festival will be held from July 11-13, 2013, and will showcase Indian and international feature films, shorts and documentaries. There will also be a panel discussion on making Indian workplaces LGBT-inclusive.
Resources you need to understand and accept your LGBT loved ones
LGBT Resources – For Us, By Us, To Us!
Are you ready to tap into diversity? How LGBT inclusive is your organization?
Resources that will help you create a safe and inclusive learning space
Resources on LGBT healthcare issues for providers
Tools that will help journalists do fair and factual LGBT stories.
Resources for legal and law enforcement professionals
A look at different religions and how they deal with LGBT people
The best tribute to Justice Verma would be to implement the recommendations of the Verma Committee Report in toto and to uphold human rights for all.
LABIA’s Chennai dissemination of Breaking the Binary is on Saturday, May 11, 2013, 5 pm – 9 pm at Dhyana Ashram, Chennai 600028.
Living Smile Vidya, an actor, writer, artist and Chennai-based transwoman, has been awarded a scholarship by the Charles Wallace India Trust to pursue theatre in the UK.
The refusal of a Canadian bridal boutique to allow transwoman Rohit Singh to try on a bridal dress, on the grounds that it would make other customers uncomfortable, sparked a protest by Gender Equality Society of Saskatchewan, and support from multiple quarters.