Queer

Lez-ploitation in Bollywood

A Review of Karan Razdan's Girlfriend

Pride and Prejudice

Ismaili Muslim Community Touched Pink

A 'Morning After' Prescription: Remember Abu Ghraib

The Perversions of US Foreign and Domestic Policy

The Election of Homophobia and Misogyny

It is time to confront theocratic bigotry head on.

A Matter of Words

Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti's Bhezti causes an uproar in the Sikh community, pitting free speech against religious tolerance. But are blasphemy laws the answer?

Bollywood Does AIDS

A daring and bold new Bollywood film takes on AIDS, stereotypes, and homophobia. My Brother... Nikhil, based on a true story, shows a gay man grappling with AIDS through the eyes of his family and friends.

Sex, Lies and the Internet

The recent arrest of four men in Lucknow in India, and the media representation of the incident, offer a chance to explore questions of identity, national hypocrisy and media ethics.

Inside, Outside and Everywhere In Between

"The authors in Voices of Resistance: Muslim Women on War, Faith and Sexuality resist the temptation to simplify Muslimness into one kind—whether geographically, sexually, spiritually or in terms of the many nuances of the Great Veil Debate. Instead, "Iqra" commands the book—"read" the many, the multi-faceted, and the defiant voices of Muslim women. "

Out and Out Radical

New Directions for Progressive Organizing

The Oppressed Truth

"The case of Shumail and Shahzina illustrates creative and selective judicial enforcement in Pakistan. By jailing the couple for "lying," a court fails to acknowledge the truth of Shumail's gender identity."

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