LGBT and women's rights activist Pragya Pallavi will release her new openly gay album 'Queerism' on IDAHO, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. This launch will come just months after homosexuality’s decriminalisation in India in September ‘18, when India’s Supreme Court declared Section 377 of the Penal Code to be unconstitutional.
Pragya Pallavi is a singer/songwriter, musician, percussionist and
performer who describes herself as a gender-fluid lesbian and said, 'I am a person who is not confined to any single genre, nationality, religion or gender. I want to bring together Indian and western, contemporary and traditional musical influences in a way that all types of people can relate to. I know songs have the power to create a movement, this is my attempt at being that voice for LGBTIQA+ persons across the world'.