3 Issues of The Gaysi Zine for only INR 850 inclusive delivery
Since the LGBTQIA+ movement is still in its nascent state in the region, so our prime objective is to sensitize the ignorant people regarding the issue and also try to cater to the questions that erupt.
We have many talented trans actors in our country, please stop casting cisgender people for trans characters in mainstream movies and TV series.
Coming out is a modern, specifically Western, form of social validation of your identity. It's as if, if you're not out, you're not really being your true and authentic self.
The play was runner-up at the Sultan Padamsee Playwriting Awards 2016 and is running at NCPA centre from 21st-23rd March.
Sex is not an act of charity and should never be a chore. For heaven’s sake you are having sex, not washing the dishes!
Editor: Priya Gangwani
Curated By: Karishma Dorai, Priya Gangwani
Design & Cover Page: Karishma Dorai
Marketing: Anuja Parikh, Sakshi Juneja
I absolutely believe being gay and Indian makes it more difficult to come out of the closet. Then again, there are communities where you could die if you are outed.
Between my friend, and me our friendship only grew stronger. Between my mother, and me our relationship matured to a whole new level.
Happy New Year People!
Team Gaysi got in touch with the very talented film-maker Amartya Bhattacharyya for a little chat on his soon-to-be-screened film "Capital I" in Mumbai.
My mother took it very hard as in she did ask me a lot of questions, there was drama and when I saw Kirron Kher in the movie Dostana, without a fraction of a second I related her to my mother completely!
Written and directed by Sudhanshu Saria, Loev is a simple love story about an unusual love.
Life of a cousin brother, death of a close friend and the 2013 Supreme court verdict on IPC Section 377 compelled me to create “A Straight Proposal”.
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.