I am shocked by the amount of stories I hear about or read where people are treated for being gay, to cure them of their ‘disease’.
There is a fine line between humor and everything else. One may think they have said the funniest thing of the hour, without giving the slightest of thought that their …
This sunday we have an important speaker- Dr Namrata Bagaria who will tell us more about Breast Cancer.
Yaariyan Online safety and self defense workshop on Sunday 28th April 2013.
Earlier this week New Zealand became the latest nation to legalize same sex marriage.
In my early 20s I remember hiding behind the term ‘bi’ for a while & then eventually coming to terms with the fact that I only really do like boys.
As she adjusts her position on the bed, she feels the gentle grazing of her flaccid nipples against her thin cotton t-shirt.
With 13 countries legalising Gay marriage, are you hoping for the day it happens in India.
Screening of a movie - Prayers for Bobby, followed by panel discussion, we gotta best panelists from Delhi, so you cannot afford to miss it!
I was counseled by Bombay Dost when I was 18. I was on the scene when there was no internet and no party scene; it was a different time then.
The only hitch in the plan? There are at least a dozen others who do so at the same time.
If there is one thing that supposedly defines the purity of your love for your partner – it probably would be monogamy.
The last time I wrote here, I spoke of my grandfather’s passing. Over the past few months, I have found it incredibly difficult to be inspired to write any more articles.
Do letters always have to begin with a “Hey, How are you” ? Because right now I really can’t be bothered with pleasantries. I know this letter will
One thing is clear; we at Gaysi take certain things very seriously. SERIOUSLY.
Breaking The Binary : Understanding concerns and realities of queer persons assigned gender female at birth, across a spectrum of lived gender identities.
This year at the Indian Film Fest of LA are some wonderful LGBT selections.
Come join us for a community story share for queer Asian, South Asian, and Pacific Islander people to share our experiences of immigration in a safe, supportive, and confidential space.
Support KASHISH 2013 and help the festival continue its commitment to mainstream queer issues through cinema. As a partner you reach out to queer and mainstream audiences.
We invite entries of feature-length films, shorts and documentaries for screening at the event. Entries will be reviewed by a panel, and selections notified by 15 May 2013.