Feb 17, 2020
For the month of February, we sit down with queer Asian
Americans to learn more about how they navigate finding love here
This episode, we sit down with Rajiv Khanna, a gay
second-generation Indian-American living in San Francisco. We talk
about what it was like growing up as a gay Indian man, coming out,
dating apps, combating prejudice and so much more.
Rajiv Khanna (he/him/his) is a gay second-generation
Indian-American living in San Francisco, CA. He is very involved in
the South Asian community through volunteering and hosting cultural
and queer events, and always loves a good Bollywood dance
This episode we go over:
Growing up as a gay Indian man in a school with only ten
Assimilating into US culture and navigating being Asian in
Coming out within Asian culture.
Datings apps and how de-personalized they have become.
How to navigate racial preferences and combatting
How we can be more inclusive of South Asians within the larger
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