In the Press

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Youth Ki Awaaz

Feminism In India

In the Press our work has been covered by the following:

Times Of India: Changing nazariya, one rainbow hug at a time

Scroll.in: Watch: After the celebrations, the LGBTQ community starts on the journey of changing mindsets

Outlook: Gender Sensitisation: Educate, Empathise And Unlearn

The Quint: In Pics: India Overjoyed as SC Decriminalises Homosexuality

Voice of America: Landmark Verdict in India Scraps Law Criminalizing Homosexuality

India Today: Section 377: The challenges after landmark Supreme Court verdict

Outlook: Homosexuality verdict: LGBTIQs celebrate ‘functional democracy’

Thehoryzon.com: Queer folkdom rejoices new-found freedom and recognition

Hindustan Times: The latest to join the movement for the LGBTQ+ community are five students of KNC

Hindustan Times: ‘As an adivasi and queer person, felt that I was never represented’

Jansatta: समलैंगिकता अब अपराध नहीं, तस्वीरों में देखें LGBT समर्थकों ने कैसे मनाया जश्न

Aaj Tak: PHOTOS: जब दिल्ली के राजीव चौक पर LGBT के लोगों ने किया डांस

BBC Hindi: ‘होली है तो क्या हमारे साथ ज़बरदस्ती करोगे?’

Indian Express: Students in Delhi use different art forms to create awareness of LGBTQ+ cause

VICE: Dozens of Teens Came out to Come out in Delhi this Weekend

Otuslive.com: This Pride Month Change Your Nazariya

VICE: Indian Women Are Protesting Semen-Filled Balloons During Holi

The Citizen: Rainbows for Humanity: “Accept Our Existence Or Expect Resistance.”

Gaylaxy: Rainbow State of Mind: Indian Youth and the Impact of Sexuality

DU Beat: Nazariya Organizes Bloody Pad Campaign, Questions Rape Culture And Holi

DU Beat: Rainbow State Of Mind By Nazariya

DU Beat: Student Groups Carving Equality In The Varsity

University Express: #PhotoStory: Gay-lentine’s at IPCW, Walls of Paradoxes and Potpourri of Candies

Feminism in India: Queer Rights Activists: Wikipedia Edit-a-thon