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Queer in The City, a comic series

Queer in the City revolves around the experiences of Naina with love, sex, community and bigotry after returning to the city in which she grew up.

#NotForChildren: Roald Dahl’s Adult stories Were His Best Work

Spare me the saga about your love for Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. All that leads to is an overwhelming craving for chocolate followed by a long binge on the cocoa concoction of your choice.

#InTheirWords: I Was Sexually Harassed by A Man Directly Responsible for My Well-being

For the first few years of my career as a journalist, I kept saying “no J-school never prepares you for the real deal,” when,

Big Love For Broad City: Our Favourite Scenes

If you’ve not watched Broad City yet, you’re missing out. But, then, who hasn’t seen this real life version of Sex in The City — minus the haute couture and mind numbing conversations about nothing but men.

Unisex Fashion Shows Are The New Norm

Genderless, androgynous, unisex: these are words defining a new trend taking over the fashion world, be it for clothing or runway shows.

Tattoos as Collaborative Art: Meet Shreya Josh, Delhi’s Youngest Stick-and-Poke Artist

Getting a tattoo with Shreya Josh means you have to drive past a protective guard, through winding roads of an idyllic Gurgaon suburb,

The Transitionally Traditional Style of THOT’s Co-Founder Manisha Prakash

One of two fabulous ladies who co-founded The House Of Things, an online platform that curates beautiful art in all forms,

Women Designers Are Changing The Face of Menswear

Male fashion has always worked within tighter constraints than Scarlet O’Hara’s corset. For over 100 years, menswear has seen no revolution or important concepts come through,

Sensible economics; Sharp Economist. A Review of Raghuram Rajan’s I Do What I Do

The excitement over Raghuram Rajan’s new book, ‘I do what I do,’ ends as soon as you finish reading the title.

Twin tragedies: Death and Division

Of late, death dominates our headlines. Fatal lynchings, children suffocating in hospitals; and now, another talented scribe gunned down. In the wake of such horrific news,

Double Burlesque

I was watching a burlesque video of a Chicago style jazz performance and realized suddenly, how strange I am. I had no trouble at all picturing myself as the star of the show,

Wear What You Want Wednesday: Gender Fluidity is Hella Pretty!

Wear What You Want Wednesdays is TLC’s sartorial finger to anyone who thinks they can tell anyone else what they should or should not be wearing.

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