After two very successful editions of Dirty Talk, we're back for a third time. You know what they say about the things that come in threes, don't you? They are DA BOMB!
"Homo Hetero Bhai Bhai" rang one slogan at the Queer Pride assembled at Barakhamba Road on Sunday.
Come march with us! Anyone and everyone is welcome to come march with us! Let’s march together! Let’s exhibit our pride! And show your love and support to the queer community!
Shazad Hai is the MSM Outreach Coordinator at ASAAP where he coordinates HIV/AIDS outreach and prevention based programming for self-identified South Asian queer men and is the lead on the “Colour Me Queer” project.
Helping others always seems easier than looking at your own situation objectively. What I’m reading is that you want to do the same for your partner but don’t know how, that is perfectly normal but you can’t be objective in this situation.
One of our favourite authors - Vivek Shraya - has asked us to reach out to Gaysi readers for his latest project: "What I LOVE about being QUEER"!
It’s only a theory, and as preposterous as it may sound, just indulge me here for a while, alright? Let me ramble on and see where this takes us.
Normally we judge individuals or have at least an opinion about them within the first 3 to 5 seconds but it seems that you give people a chance before making up your mind.
What good are leaders if we must make all decisions ourselves?
Parents always want what is best for their children that does however, not always mean that they agree with what the children want to do or achieve.
Today we learn a little something about an annoying creature that seems to have paid some kharcha pani to our friends in the Municipal corporations.
Here is the idea. Plenty of times, we see things which are supposedly “straight” or “hetronormative” but they don’t seem so to us. They look, sound or feel very queer to us.
I’ve recently witnessed several instances of straight men compassionately representing gay or queer men on stage.
Our weekly comic strip from the ever so fabulous Crocodile in Water Tiger on Land.
Case in point - the recent non-stop debate about Aamir Khan and his show Satyamev Jayate. There was no space that was not marked by the debate.
At GaysiFamily, we've never shied away from trying new things, and this week we're launching a new experiment.
As someone presently and delightfully round, I beat you all to it. So I take it upon myself to impart wise words of rolly-pollyness in the form of a brand new podcast.
Dirty Talk is back for an encore and the basic funda remains the same—At GaysiFamily’s "Dirty Talk" you get to be the star in your very own production.
I guess your story and what you are struggling with is about communication and conflict. Communication, which 90% is non-verbal.
Dirty Talk (2nd Edition) on 2nd September 2012 (Sunday). Stay tuned for further details while we figure it out ourselves.