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LGBT Resources – For Us, By Us, To Us!
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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.
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A look at different religions and how they deal with LGBT people
Saturday Oct 11, 2014 in Chennai: Orinam-Nirangal joint meeting on occasion of Coming Out Day, 5th Anniversary of Campaign for Open Minds, and discussion on forthcoming strategies and activities.
Orinam invites submissions in the form of essays, stories, interviews and poems by South Asian LGB cispeople in marriages to individuals of the other sex, by trans individuals in marriages they entered into (or were forced into) based on their gender assigned at birth, and by spouses of such queer/trans people.
We were queer before books, and we’ll be queer long,
Long after they’re dust and we’re dust, holding them.
Chennai transwoman Nadika reflects on her relationship to her body and the whys and wherefores of surgery.