With the social and legal consequences that still come with being out today, with so few public examples of us, only a fraction of our stories are being told. And yet, some of the most important people in LGBTQ+ history are alive today. The LGBTQI+ community have one thing to say to the world - “Our stories are the most powerful tools that we have.” Tune into raw, emotional and inspiring conversations on this journey of how the community grapples with being outcasts. From rallying for change in the Pride March to creating history with the scrapping of Article 377, legalising homosexuality and the rights of homosexuals in India, finally to manoeuvring being stuck at home in the middle of a pandemic, watch the roller coaster of a community left on the fringes of society.


U/A 16+


Season 1

Published on Jan 23, 2023
Why Pride Visibility Matters


Published on Jan 16, 2023
Be seen, be heard, be proud

Ritu Madan

Published on Jan 09, 2023
Queerly Yours ft. Delhi Pride Parade

Ritu Madan

Published on Jun 01, 2022
I was bullied for walking like a diva


Published on Jun 14, 2021
The no-cost creator from Tripura


Published on Jul 16, 2020
The Challenges of the Pandemic for Queer Youth

People Like Us

Published on May 14, 2020
The Fight For Equal Rights In India Has A Long Way To Go

Gautam Yadav

Season 2

Published on Jun 14, 2023
Gay dads redefining the family bond

Ritu Madan

Published on May 24, 2023
Shifting the Burden: Queer Representation in Universities

Ritu Madan

Published on Mar 22, 2023
The Dragvanti Brahmastra

Ritu Madan

Published on Mar 08, 2023
They hate me for who I am

Ritu Madan

Published on Feb 22, 2023
This is the story of one queer revolution

Nidhi Samar

Published on Feb 08, 2023
I am Pulkit Mishra and I am not an outcast

Pulkit Mishra


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