The Queer Muslim Project and Aneka are jointly organising a one-day consultation to map out and document some of the pressing issues facing LGBTQI Muslims in India today.
This is a fundraising event. All proceeds from the event go towards Indian Aces, the Indian Asexual collective, who have been selected to present their workshop A/Sexuality 101 at the University of London at the Queer Asia conference in June.
British Council India in partnership with #Social and Gaysi Family is inviting people to come and watch these incredible films on the 26th of this month at Todi Mill Social, Mumbai.
Spring is a state of mind (in Mumbai) and in our attempt to drown ourselves in colour and happiness we planned out a great night for us AND YOU on the 15th of April. YAS.
3 DAYS | 89 FILMS | 30 COUNTRIES
The workshop serves as an excellent tool to understand Sexuality as a complex amalgamation of human traits as against the uni-dimensional model often portrayed.
This February we are coming to Delhi to resolve the ‘Maladies of Love’.
Presenting, once again, Gaysi Family's Flick It!, a badminton doubles tournament where your partner and you can put your shuttle smacking skills against other playful folks.
Celebrate Diversity | Catalyzing Active Citizenship for Inclusion | Arts for Social Change
What makes this edition extra special are our splendid partners, including Chandon and the Québec Government Office in Mumbai.
With this edition, we’re especially opening our doors and hearts to LBTs – lesbians, bisexual and trans people – and non-binary members of Delhi’s queer community.
Join us for an evening of freaky, scary, pure Gaysi fun in this year's Halloween party.
Set in the thriving underground club scene in Mumbai, this show follows the lives of various drag kings who perform in the city.
Does sand-in-your-toes or the sound of the washing of the waves nearby or the sunsets or meeting new people or simply singing karaoke to the cute one sitting across makes you happy?
This year our theme is 'Every life matters' to highlight the increasing number of suicide amongst LGBTQ youth.
As an early celebration of the International Cats Day on 8 August, Gaysi Family is putting together an evening exclusively for the lovers of funny females and feline furballs.
The 27 films selected for this year, from nearly 70 submissions, include shorts, documentaries and feature length films from 12 countries.
Safe, welcoming and open, 2x2 Bar Night is a space which gives baby queers and fresh off the boat folks a chance to mingle with like-minded queers in the city and explore what Gaysi Family is all about.
Ajeeb Aashiq/Strange Love is a tale of unrequited love, betrayal, and friendship.
June’s theme is SURVIVAL and we will have with us Priya Gangwani of the amazing Gaysi Family, all the way from Mumbai!