About Bikram Kohli
Bikram is a writer all the way from India. He shifted to the United States, in a vain moment of insanity, to pursue undergraduate degrees in International Relations and LGBT Studies at American University. He has a flair for life and enjoys a prolific range of activities including, but not limited to, mountain sports, traveling the world, reading, theater, and debating about every topic imaginable under the sun.
Recent Posts by Bikram Kohli:
Is age merely a statistical data for the Federal Government’s records? Apparently not, according to Mark S King.
Servicemembers United Calls on White House to Publicly, Consistently Declare NDAA/DADT as Top Lame Duck Priority for the administration.
Mark S King, blogger and author of My Fabulous Disease, reviews Chris Glaser’s new book – The Final Deadline: What Death Has Taught Me About Life. In his latest post, King does a fantastic job of summarizing Glaser’s book and facing his past.
Diwali, the Indian festival of lights, is not just a Hindu festival as thought by some. It is a national festival, celebrated by all irrespective of religious associations, and has religious and cultural significance to several religions.
“My Fabulous Disease” joined 200 people living with HIV on an amazing adventure – the 2010 HIV Cruise Retreat.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has granted the U.S. government’s request for a stay while it challenges the trial court’s ruling that the ban on openly gay service members is unconstitutional.
Perverts of Color calls for submissions to their anthology, which is a collection of voices from people of color participating in alternative sexual and relationship practices.
Oregon student-teacher fired for coming out to his fourth-grader student gets his job back.
A new study conducted in UK colleges and high schools finds that straight-identifying British young-adults have no qualms about kissing other straight-identifying young-adults.
Megan and Lynn have been friends for two months. One lives in North Carolina, the other in New Orleans. Now they’re meeting for the first time in New York City. So — what happens when two friends come out from behind the computer screen? Will real life triumph over the internet?
In this episode, they talk about how Megan and Lynn are coping with filming for their channel.