This graphic narrative is inspired by Ruth Vanita’s essay, “Born to Two Mothers, The Hero Bhagiratha,” and has adopted a version of the story from the same essay.
Western media is changing and starting to show a lot of queer representation, but I have yet to see that kind of progress in South Asian media.
The issue is multi-lingual, which means you can send us your stories in any regional language you prefer. We shall get it translated and print it along with the original.
Each one of us already knows how to navigate some portion of the world; what do you think might happen if we could put together all that we know and we are?
The film is the result of honest conversations with parents, grandparents and young people who identify as LGBTQ+.
Sensibility and intelligence have finally prevailed in our country, and there’s hope that IPC 377 will not be upheld any longer.
These photographs reveal pain, eroticism and passion intersecting with our desires in our private thoughts.
How are we free when the State is sitting right inside our bedrooms dictating our every move?
Their body of work comprises a compelling and complex archive of selves and objects that are multiple and express strong emotions.
We would love to hear your thoughts on being desi and being a queer for our #GaysiSnippets section.
For me, a person’s biological sex has never been criteria for attraction.
You are valid if you're still in the closet, you're valid irrespective of when you come out, you're valid if you decide to never come out.
Although being called a girl made me dysphoric, I never thought of myself as a boy either. So, I identify as neither male nor female.
One thing is certain – gender comes in many flavors and there are many different genders out there. Gender is not binary, as we all know. It is a spectrum.
Through our imagination, we are making these spaces more welcoming for those who identify as LGBTQIA+ and value diversity.
We all have struggles, and because I am a white male from a relatively open culture and family, I hesitate to stake a claim.
Like most sexual identities, this one comes with its own share of trials and tribulations.
For misconceptions to exist, there probably needs to be more awareness about the term in the first place.
This is our top, but by no means exhaustive, girl-on-girl myth busting guide.
We at Gaysi decided to celebrate Lesbian Visibility Day (26th April) over the next two weeks and publish honest, fun and relevant articles on the said subject.