Culture > Queer Christians in India cautiously rebuild relationships with their churches

After being driven away by anti-homosexual stigma in their churches, some queer Indian Christians are slowly returning to the fold – helped by some churches’ efforts to make safe spaces for them. Illustration by Jose.

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