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Couples often meet secretly on the side-streets of Mumbai to enjoy a bit of togetherness.
Johann Arora at his home in Mumbai. He wants to bring people together with meditation and yoga. For a long time, Johann did not come out to his family. Today he wants to help others to love themselves.
Kavya Jaiswal in Bandra, a trendy neighbourhood in Mumbai.
Kavya Jaiswal dresses colourfully, body-hugging and celebrates her femininity. With jewellery and painted nails.
Pearl Daruwalla at the premises of "Humsafar Trust" in Mumbai, one of India's largest organisations for queer people.
Pearl Daruwalla proudly shows us their* motorbike. They rode it through the Indian mountains near Ladakh.
Alizeh Swapnil on a seafront. At nightfall, sex work takes place here hidden behind bushes, walls and the night.
Ankit Bhuptani after the interview at his good friend Johann Arora's home.
Ankit Bhuptani's aim to make people understand that being gay is not a sin, and Hinduism and homosexuality are not opposites.
Yash Kadu twerks on stage in front of his classmates in a white shirt and leggings to Beyoncé's "Drunk in Love".
Palash Dutta is an actor. He loves unusual outfits and eye-catching accessories.
On social media, Palash appears as a supporter of the LGBTIQ community. He uses his reach to raise awareness about equality.
Navin Noronha is a well-known stand-up comedian from Mumbai. On stage, he wants to expose homophobia with his humour.
Neha Nath and her father. Only as an adult did Neha find out that her parents were not her biological parents, but adopted her as a baby.
Neha Nath first wanted to hide her love for Shabana, but the game of hide and seek damaged their relationship. Today, they love each other openly and have been a couple for 15 years.
Pratibha Singh is in love. She wants to marry her girlfriend, an Australian. But the wedding will not take place in India, same-sex marriages are forbidden. That is why Pratibha is thinking of leaving India to build a life together in Australia.
Kuldeep Das lost his parents some years ago. The LGBTIQ community is his family. He is involved in the initiative for older gay men "Mumbai Seenagers" because he wants to give something back.
Somewhat hidden is the entrance to the organisation "Humsafar Trust" and the HIV clinic for queer people in Mumbai.
Because Ganesh Acharya was refused treatment in a state hospital, he founded a clinic specialising in HIV treatment in Mumbai.
Ashok Row Kavi (2nd from right) at the annual candlelight walk in memory of those who died of AIDS in Mumbai.
Ashok Row Kavi after the candlelight walk in Mumbai. He was the first Indian to come out as gay in public in 1984.
Ashok Row Kavi is considered a figurehead for the Indian gay movement. He is the founder of the first scene magazine "Bombay Dost" and was part of the first Pride in 1999.