Once in a while it is good to be acknowledged. Only proves, we are on the right path.
“When I realised that I was gay, I was desperately lonely. I had nobody to talk to and the internet was all I had!” says Broom, one of the founders ofGaysi, an online magazine for India’s queer community. And while Broom, living in the UK, found a lot of content for the LGBT community outside India and for Indian gay men, there was nothing that spoke to her with any relevance. Ditto with MJ from Mumbai, who had to be content downloading and watching season after season of The L Word.