The new issue, due in April, is published from the Indian city Pune, near Mumbai in central India. Lesley Esteves, a New Delhi-based journalist, is the magazine's cover woman.
She narrates her experience of going public about her sexuality 20 years ago in a talk show on Indian national television. The magazine is free for the first year and will be charged afterwards. It is likely to start a print version next year.
Jiah editor Apphia K said that readers living in countries with internet censorship will be emailed a copy of the magazine if they send a request.