All I want is that one person.
The over-rated one person.
Him, who makes me feel like the half of one.
Queer Ink is organizing Writers Workshop (group and online) in India.
At GaysiFamily, we've never shied away from trying new things, and this week we're launching a new experiment.
As someone presently and delightfully round, I beat you all to it. So I take it upon myself to impart wise words of rolly-pollyness in the form of a brand new podcast.
The Humsafar Trust, presents “Ek Madhav Baug,” a Hindi play by the late celebrated playwright Chetan Datar.
Here’s a story upside down. Expect drama but don’t be surprised that the usual suspects are missing.
Bengaluru Pride will be held on 2nd December, 2012.
On August 19th 2012, SALGA NYC will be marching in NYC's annual India Day Parade. 2012 marks the third year that SALGA will be marching at the Parade, after being banned from attending for a number of years.
There was something about her. Something that drew me to her. The way she carried herself. Her smile. Sigh! Her smile is enticing.
Dirty Talk is back for an encore and the basic funda remains the same—At GaysiFamily’s "Dirty Talk" you get to be the star in your very own production.
As the host of Jai Ho!, Chicago’s queer Bollywood night, I perform as my alter-ego Lahore Vagistan, a desi drag queen trying to make it from the Chicago stage to the Mumbai screen.
I guess your story and what you are struggling with is about communication and conflict. Communication, which 90% is non-verbal.
A little bit of flirting is healthy
Show them the door!
I trust my partner blindly
Makes me uncomfortable
It is me who does the flirting
Open session on Gender & Sexuality organised by Saathi (Mumbai)
To kick off Yaariyan's Anniversary month celebration, we have an event dedicated to all our beautiful ladies.
Several recent events in India have made it evident that collectively we lack a language to understand those gender positions that do not fit neatly into male and female and that we participate in an active erasure of a range of practices of gender non-conformity from our public life.
Finally, after a few dismal soggy summer months the sun is out. It is a glorious Sunday today.
It’s possible, even as readers, to get formulaic. Given the length and breadth of popular contemporary literature, we expect our books to give us what movies these days do.
Every now & then one must decide to put their best foot forward and match the giant size footsteps (imagine Mumbai potholes) left behind by Gaysi Editors.
“It’s hard to wake up”- the most powerful message of this movie. Tomboy follows a girl in search of her true herself.