Bol De is a platform for all LGBTQI individuals across the world. We give a theme and you tell us what you feel about it.
With their partners MTV Voices, SALGA and CAMPUS PRIDE they need your help in bringing this film to the South Asian community.
Once passed, the bill will be handed over to the Queen for Royal Assent, all of which is expected to take place before the end of this week.
A BIG congratulations to Prerna Lal (Gaysi guest contributor) and her partner in crime Lindsay Schubiner.
The problem at hand is that the tainted minister is being accused of “sodomy”.
MP finance Minister Raghavji resigned earlier today after being accused of sodomizing his domestic help.
As an Indian living in India I cannot ignore this feeling of frustration and slight resentment towards our judiciary system & fellow Indians.
And yes, nothing works better than humour to put your message across.
Exodus International infamous for their work in reparative therapy & years of preaching that homosexuality is a disease, released a public apology.
YES! i am the Change project is mainly aimed at inspiring the youth today to be voices of social change by being the change themselves.
There is a wide array of courses available, but clearly the only one I need is for ‘Sexual Purity.’
Chennai hosts its FIFTH annual Rainbow Pride beginning June 2013, celebrating visibility of alternate sexualities and gender identities.
Late on Monday night, Indrajit Chakraborty was murdered in his apartment by an alleged date.
Chennai Dost along with Alliance Francaise of Madras is organizing an LGBT Film Festival named Chennai Rainbow Film Festival.
Violence, hatred and intolerance for homosexuals is present world over and not just in third world countries. Check out our update.
Blue Is The Warmest Color, a lesbian themed french film wins the Palme d’Or, the top honor, at the 66th Cannes film Festival.
Every time I look at this picture, I cannot help the massive smile on my face.
Check out filmmaker Jeff Roy's experiences attending and capturing the festival on film in his latest Fulbright-mtvU documentary video installment.
At a press screening on Tuesday, May 14, 9 short films/documentaries from India, America, Cambodia, Australia and Spain were screened for the press.
Aimed at keeping the festival free and accessible to audiences, organisers say crowd funding also gives audience a feeling of ownership.