The Maya for Women Trust aims to expand women’s choices by building visibility and opportunity of women, especially in public spaces, where women have been traditionally excluded and/or discriminated against. Our mission is planted securely in the feminist ideal that all women are people in their own right, and deserve to live their lives with […]
Gay/bisexual men being forced to marry a woman has been the plot of many queer-themed performances in Indian languages (plays Dushyantpriya (Marathi) and Tu Khwaab Saja (Hindi) are some examples). Tutak presents a nuanced portrayal of three stakeholders in such a marriage—the married man, the gay lover, and the wife. Writers’ Bloc 4 Rage Productions […]
A compilation of messages received after the episode ‘Accepting Alternative Sexualities: Snapshots of LGBT Lives in India’ was aired on October 19, 2014.