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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

QueerCampus- Delhi public meeting- June 18, 2011

3.30 PM - 5.30 PM
Saturday, June 18, 2011

Max Muller Bhavan
KG Marg
Connaught Place (Near Barakhamba Road Metro Station)
New Delhi

Come and wish us one happy year of queering the campus!

Ever since our first public meeting on June 12 last year, it has been a mosaic of ideas, fun, heartwarming life stories and most importantly, hope - a hope for the queer community and especially for queer youth out there! And, it’s time that we come together to celebrate this hope with music, movies and gupshup!

Join us as we journey through the maze of relationships with Pink Sheep and discover real, true love with the short film, Late Summer.

Besides this, feel free to share your experiences, interests and hobbies. A poem you wrote, a painting, a quote from some book, or your story of coming out to your friends, family and to yourself!


Book Reading- Pink Sheep
Author: Mahesh Natarajan

About the book: The eighteen stories in this collection are prize winners in their own way. Each story deals with relationships – love, confusion, contentment, desire, fear, hurt, happiness, bitterness, victory, or loss – in a slightly different context. Natarajan highlights different aspects of gay life, and shows how these men yearn for the same things everybody yearns for – acceptance and a fulfilling life.

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Short Film- Late Summer
Director: David Ottenhouse Duration: 25 mins

A photographer remembers that special summer that he spent with his somewhat older cousin, the feelings that were awakened, and the unexpected turn of events behind his "best" photo.


QueerCampus is a Delhi based independent queer student and youth collective active since 2010. We use the term queer to refer not just to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender people, but to any identity or outlook which questions stereotypes. We provide a comfortable space to meet new people, discuss everything and anything – from coming out to breaking-up, the latest queer film to plans of changing the World – or offer a shoulder to cry on and friends to celebrate with! QC organizes events which are free and open to all

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