As part of Vogue India’s #VogueEmpower campaign, two very different but equally moving short films hope to inspire change in the country’s prevalent violence against women.
Sunday's episode of "Satyamev Jayate," a popular Indian talk show, is winning kudos for its frank discussion of LGBT and hijra Indians.
Transgender students in New Delhi, India now qualify for free tuition in public schools due to their “disadvantaged” status.
India's federal government has asked its Supreme Court to clarify its order to introduce and legally recognize a third gender category.
Members of India’s LGBT community have released a video telling how it feels to be repressed, marginalized, and discriminated against, to put faces on the people hurt by the country’s anti-gay law.
The head of India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has announced that they feel the criminalization of same-sex sexual activity is “not acceptable.”
The openly gay prince of an Indian royal family is planning a trip to the United States to promote his public awareness campaign “Free Gay India.”
India’s University Grants Commission (UGC) has added a new “third gender” category for transgender people who are applying for fellowships and scholarships.
India’s first dating website exclusively for lesbian and bisexual women, Wonderful Things Happen, was created in February 2014, targeting women of Indian origin across the world.
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.