Art is a strong medium that can be used to stand against societal wrong doings- to fight.
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So when was the last time you asked yourself what sort of food you are putting in your body?
You may have seen the tweets online but we’re now making it official. We are publishing the Gaysi Zine vol. 2 this August.
Aimed at keeping the festival free and accessible to audiences, organisers say crowd funding also gives audience a feeling of ownership.
RESIST is a call for art to be connected to its own community.
Over 250 registrations in four days! Thanks everyone… keep it coming!
Every rupee donated is valued! Each individual donation will be recognized and properly utilized for our festival program as well as on our website.
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.
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.
Even by Gaysi Family standards, hosting Dirty Talk twice within a space of six weeks is quite suicidal. But this time was special, as we had amongst the crowd, famed author/actor/mult-talented celebrity Stephen Fry.
Parenthood is hard. Even when your children are regular and very ‘text-book’. It is doubly hard when your child has gender identity conflicts.
It’s almost like we just can’t get enough of Talking Dirty. It’s barely been a month and we’re back again for another edition of Dirty Talk. But this time, we’re playing it a bit differently.
Have you heard of Yo Yo Honey Singh? I had only heard of him recently when I warmed up to the tune of the song ‘High Heels’.
So the world hasn’t stopped spinning and despite what the Mayans had hoped for, we’re still here.
Five photography projects on the theme of TABOO. Curated by Indu Antony and Sandeep Mahajan. Taboo is the forbidden, the illegitimate desire.
Bring the wittiest, funniest, most relevant and compelling slogans you can think of, and join us to put ‘em on paper. Lets get set to paint the town queer!
Tata Literature Fest! The Mumbai Lit Festival presents to you Panel Discussion with Benjamin Law and Minal Hajratwala facilitated by Parmesh Shahani.
Join us at a fundraiser party to support the Delhi Queer Pride this year!
Hong Kong based consulting firm ‘Community Business’, in partnership with Mingle and other individual LGBT experts in India has launched a Resource Guide for Indian Employers on how to deal with LGBT issues in the workplace.
Admittance, that is what finally made my tears flow. She let me cry, She didn’t hold me, She didn’t even talk.