S02 E22: Vivek Tejuja

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On Keeping it Queer this week, Navin talks to Vivek Tejuja, major book nerd and critic. He opens up about:
- Discovering great erotica through books.
- Watching queer films on Indian movie channels late at night.
- The 10 LGBT-themed book every queer kid should read.
- How most of the shows we grew up with have queer undertones.

Vivek tweets at @vivkeisms

On the Culture Vulture segment, Farhad and Navin discuss fetishes and weird things that turn them on.

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S02 E14: Sridhar and Shibu (Kashish Film Festival)

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This week on Keeping it Queer, we focus on the upcoming KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival. And to talk about it, we have Sridhar Rangayan and Shibu Thomas from the KASHISH team joining Navin in the studio. They discuss the joys and difficulties of putting a film festival together, the waves the films have created in India and abroad, and also touch upon the weirdest question people ask queer folks.

In the Culture Vulture segment, Farhad talks about a film that showcases a coming-of-age story of a young gay man.

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S02 E02: Koninika Roy

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This week on Keeping it Queer, Navin is joined by Koninika Roy, the Advocacy Manager at The Humsafar Trust. She opens up about her experience of being queer and desi in London and how she got involved in LBT rights. She also tells us how her team reaches out to young bi, lesbian or trans women who are put under house arrest or face domestic violence.

In the Culture Vulture segment, Farhad and Navin discuss weird orgasms and aesthetic sex scenes in films and TV shows.

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Ep. 16 feat. Sakshi

On this episode of Keeping it Queer, Sakshi, founder of Gaysi Family , opens up about:

  • Why she never had to go through the coming out experience.
  • What the heydays of blogging were like.
  • How stories of Indian Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans women need to be told.
  • How the famous 'Dirty Talk' open mic was born.
  • Why she decided to publish a full-blown LGBTQ magazine.

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Ep. 14 feat. PK aka Prachi

On this episode of Keeping it Queer, PK Bhai aka Prachi Kathale, opens up about:

  • Why she never had to officially come out of the closet.
  • How she fell in love with a girl at the age of 6.
  • How her friend was extorted for being gay.
  • Her views about relationships within the LGBT community.

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Ep. 12 feat. Mili Sethia

On this episode of Keeping it Queer, graphic artist Mili Sethia opens up about:

  • Her imaginary friends in school.
  • How she learned kickboxing and ballet in the same year.
  • Why Gen Z has better make-up.
  • Why a semi naked Shakti Kapoor got her hired.
  • Why she loves to identify as queer.

You can check out Mili's artwork on Facebook, Instagram and even order your very own rainbow-tinted caricature/Queertrait here.

Read the Huffington Post article 'The Epidemic of Gay Loneliness'.