Gay & Lesbian

Queer love

Celebrating the city’s LGBTIQ community

As Pride Week inches closer, five queer couples from Mumbai let Time Out in on their love stories. The city alternately impinges on and sets these pairs free, even if migration forms the subtext to several of these bonds. But eventually, these relationships, like other urban ones irrespective of gender identity and sexual orientation, symbolise the joys and anxieties that are part of sharing one’s life with another. 

Ashish Srivastava and Inder Vhatwar

The owner of D’Kloset in Bandra reveals his love story

Upasana Naithani and Sonal Giani

The couple discusses the strength that they garner from each other

Jerry Johnson and Deepak Kashyap

The two share how a social networking site united them

Urmi Jadhav and R

Urmi, a transgender, talks about the problems the couple will face when they come out to their family

Zia Maccuri and Resil Vera

The musical duo behind Ziares talk about controlling exes and more

Not so straight

In a city of 15 million lovers, two transmen talk to Moallif about their own

Lust, caution

Vikram Phukan ponders why it is easy to meet gay men, but arduous to find romance

The Mumbai gay way

Vikram Doctor takes a nostalgic trip down Mumbai’s gay memory lane

Pride without prejudice

Prashansa Gurung takes us through some entries from last year’s art show during Pride Week

By Time Out on January 18 2013 6.37am

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