This film is not about taking revenge and the good guy winning over bad one. It’s about fighting back in a responsible manner.
Coming out for me was asserting and speaking out my 'different'ness.
This final video deals with the crucial stage of queer angst where the young girl must come to terms with her sexuality.
Some of them were proud of me for the courage I was displaying, some cut-off all ties, some were neutral and some wanted to pray for me.
Relationships are hard work but I think if both people are committed, it’s completely worth working through some of the hard times.
I could not stop staring, guzzling my ‘actual’ drink to try and calm the knot that was coiled in my stomach.
In this part we now explore the differences that exist because of this invisibility and how the media makes being straight a far smoother experience than being queer.
For the billionth time. STOP.
FATS TheArts (earlier FAT Productions) started 6 years ago producing school annual days.
...they would be perfect. Sigh!
Time to move away from stereotypes and cliches. Are you folks listening?
The Beginner’s Guide to Growing Up Queer and Invisible is an animated comic series that tries to delve into the experience of a young queer girl.
The aim of this campaign was to bring out the homophobic 'Quacks' or fake doctors who offer 'cures' and 'treatments' for homosexuality.
No Queer life is complete without these guys.
Here we have our man Anwesh Kumar Sahoo, Mr. Gay India 2016 answering some of the most ridiculous (slash) stomach churning (slash) homophobic questions often asked to Gay men.
To sum up the Bullying campaign on Gaysi, we are presenting a list of some of the best personalities under 30 who have outshone despite the differences, and challenges.
These photos might give you a fresh perspective on Bullying in Colleges and the CHOICE of WORDS used.
Did you know that LGBT youth & those perceived as LGBT are at an increased risk of being bullied in schools, colleges and work places?
The Logical Indian (TLI) is a recent inspiring entity fostering an inclusive culture in their organisation.
“Women are too sensible to fall in love. They want happiness. To be in love is to be doggedly dissatisfied, to be excluded from the mob," Roy said.