Kuch Palon Mein, a short written & directed by Avinash Matta explores the relationship between Mihir, a college student & Ankit, his senior.
With their partners MTV Voices, SALGA and CAMPUS PRIDE they need your help in bringing this film to the South Asian community.
It is love.
What I have felt for almost seven years now.
Love that I have for a man. Gay love.
As the poster says, September 15th is the big date!
Fair warning folks: this post is going to be as clichéd as the title and is about nothing that one hasn’t read before.
We invite all those interested in research in the area of same-sex sexuality and critical family studies for a dissemination of our study findings.
We need a body that acts as a catalyst for change to happen faster!
A Very Special screening of the award winning Movie at Kashish 2013, followed by discussion on a very debatable topic this the movie brings forward.
I have no story.
Don’t get me wrong. My life isn’t boring at all.
Forgive me if you please, but I just cannot relate.
Once passed, the bill will be handed over to the Queen for Royal Assent, all of which is expected to take place before the end of this week.
How would you react if someone told you how to bring up your child, when your child has a better sense of equality than a good population of the world?
A BIG congratulations to Prerna Lal (Gaysi guest contributor) and her partner in crime Lindsay Schubiner.
What makes us fall prey to the doormat syndrome? What makes us easy prey to be walked all over?
Every interaction with the LGBT community in India is defining and transformative.
Wimbledon this year was the greatest disappointment to me.
Performance artist D-Lo shares the story of his transition, artistic process, and loving family.
The problem at hand is that the tainted minister is being accused of “sodomy”.
Had he not fallen in love, this tale would’ve had a different purpose.
American filmmaker and PhD student Jeff Roy came to Mumbai to film a documentary on performance art expressions from within the city's LGBTQ & Hijras.
The following is an extract from a letter the writer sent his mother.