Radar Roundup: November 29, 2014
Badal ja! lately
- More and more Indian women are participating in elections
- The latest edition of Khullam Khulla takes on the question of how to pleasure a woman
- Humans We Love returns with a quick chat with ElsaMarie DSilva
- “I do not know what destiny has planned. But if those couples found love, surely my son will find a partner too.” Falling in love in a hospital for persons with disabilities.
- Review of Talking of Muskaan—one of the few Indian young adult books with queer characters and themes.
- Indian girl’s guide to STEM careers.
- Interview with Kalki Koechlin about her new movie Margarita, with a Straw.
- “Until last year, Kolkata’s sex workers were prevented from joining in with the city’s elaborate celebrations for Durga Puja.” Photo essay of a sindurkhela in Kolkata’s largest red-light district.
- Supreme Court rules that Bollywood must allow women to be make-up artists.
- See also: How make-up artist Charu Khurana is fighting gender bias in Bollywood.
- Gaysi zine and the role of testimony in advocacy.
- Baroda will host its first Pride March this weekend. YAY!
- MAVA‘s work to mentor young men on gender equality and sexuality gets featured in The Hindu.