For one evening in early September this year, the Goethe-Institut Max Mueller Bhavan in Delhi dropped its gender-segregated frisking system and changed its traditional girl/boy washrooms to include all genders. The space, a hotbed between the capital’s cultural ecosystem and queer movement, was transformed. Think UV lighting and electronic music alongside a non-binary makeup workshop, performances, poetry, drag kings, and gender non-conforming DJs disrupting the institution and demanding a safer space for everyone. We called it the Queer Futures Potluck Party, where we each brought

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