A fashion fact a day keeps the world more gay.
Welcome to South Asia's and India's biggest LGBTQ film festival, one of world's top 5 coolest LGBTQ film festival and one of the prestigious annual event in Mumbai's cultural calendar!
CraYon Impact in tandem with Pra-Kar and The Red Door Presents, 'Bully Proof' - Screening, Dialogue and Spoken Word
Last in the ISHQ series for this year, the Centre for Studies in Gender and Sexuality presents to you a symposium that marks the completion of first year of our activity.
Join us for Sangeet Bari, a contemporary Lavani performance written by Bhushan Korgaonkar with direction by Savitri Medhatul, and performed by Shakuntalabai Nagarkar with Sunita Dhondraikar.
We invite you to a special preview screening of Jayan Cherian's upcoming film Ka Bodyscapes.
Malhar is a conflicted man, caught in the tangle of his love for Kaveri, the woman to be his wife, and Niko, his on and off boyfriend.
Mark your calendars - April 7th at Prithvi, Juhu - for an unforgettable cultural experience : film screening, theater performance and discussion.
"Ka Bodyscapes (2016) - a new feature film written and directed by Jayan Cherian, set in Kerala, India
The upcoming meet will be Orinam's Queering Literature (QUILT) 25th Meet since its initiation in Dec 2012.
With this series of short films/documentaries, Queer Ink is now also a Producer.
In 2015, Saathi IIT Bombay's team took an initiative, Saathi Connect, to make a multimedia anthology of young LGBTQ people in Hindi, English and Marathi.
Folks do attend the next session of Creative Mornings Mumbai this Saturday at Todi Mill Social.
Sarathi Trust is organizing Nagpur Pride march on Saturday.
A film by Laurie Colson & Axelle Le Dauphin.
Bangalore Queer Film Festival to be held from 26th till 28th February.
Hyderabad Pride March is taking place on for 21st February.
Are we open to seeing gender as something more fluid than just 'male' and 'female'?
Happy to inform that Team Gaysi will be part of the panel discussion "MagEzine" at the on-going Kala Ghoda Arts Festival.
Time and again the need has been felt to reach out to parents and relatives of LGBTQ individuals and address their fears, doubts and apprehensions about the safety, well-being and happiness of their children.