While Bollywood walks on eggshells around the censorship board, India's streaming services take bolder steps with LGBTQ stories.
The fight for same-sex adoption rights in Germany.
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Lorenza Böttner used her body to create art for normalization of non-conforming bodies and sexualities.
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When the first of Bangalore’s microbreweries, Biere Club, opened just about a decade ago, I often found myself braving the city’s notorious weekend traffic for the city’s first watering hole that brewed its own beer. Biere Club may have heralded a new era of drinking and pub grub, but now the city has upward of 40 microbreweries with ten more at various stages of implementation. It’s no exaggeration to say the craft brew scene in Bangalore is exploding like a kombucha bottle left too long to ...
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Rima Das on her feature Bulbul Can Sing that deals with sexuality and other growing up pains in rural Assam.
Much of Ravenna seems perpetually soaked in the colours of autumn. Amid alleys crammed with tabaccherie (tobacco shops), cafés, gelato and souvenir stores, fifth- and sixth-century churches, mausoleums, and baptisteries stand out with their ochre and fawn brick facades. The real surprise however lies inside, on their walls and domes, where millions of mosaic tiles sparkle in gold, blue, orange and yellow to tell the stories of Ravenna’s place in history.