Joshua Muyiwa

Joshua Muyiwa is a Bengaluru-based poet and independent writer who works on stories around art and culture, food and drink, race and sexuality, besides working with film festivals and museums. His work has appeared in a number of Indian and international outlets. Though, he likes to imagine he spends all day streaming the latest television shows.

Queer Christians in India cautiously rebuild relationships with their churches

Driven away by anti-homosexual stigma, some queer Indian Christians are slowly returning to the fold – helped by some churches’ efforts to make safe spaces for them

Jul 21, 2023

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