No More Broken Promises.
AAP has a grassroots approach, and it was easy for us to presume that the manifesto would stand up to our confidence in them.
Color me wild
Am the rainbow child
Don't wanna be the black and white
Don't want any divide
It's time for the love to pile
Time has come, for us to smile!
AAP's reply to Kanishka Chaudhry
regarding non-inclusion of LGBTQ concerns in Aam Admi Party's Manifesto for Lok Sabha 2014 elections.
My name is Kanishka Chaudhry and I am a member of your party.
Flower Power - In an ideal world saffron is just another colour
Gaysi invites you to an open talk about some very human queer issues with Aam Admi Party.
I just love cock! Which in simpler scientific terms is called the male penis!
Yes, Queer and Not-so-Queer log, we are happy and proud to announce the launch of Gaysi's very own Movie Night.
A staunch Gaysi supporter and a long time Ally, Rukun has taken it upon herself to find her soul mate. Before her dad does that is.
I fall in love with Gwen.
I think I really fell for her (literally fell) when she started jumping on stage and doing push ups for no apparent reason.
I walked out of the ‘closet’ into the broad sunshine with a nice shiny bright rainbow full of promises, there was no looking back!
This illustration is an attempt to capture the claustrophobia and bleakness.
Last Sunday, Gaysi went on an impromptu adventure with the Hijras of Nehru Nagar, Juhu.
The Stree is right here - as a peer, as a shoulder, and as someone who might have possibly walked in the same (pinching) shoes as you.
On the 15th & 16th of February, Mumbai city was witness to a historic event - The first ever Indian LGBT Youth Leadership Summit.
ROL was an effort to liberate, to emancipate, to earn a little glory and a gentle nudging process for a few that thought that “Queer-ism” is all about sex.
I loved that the evening not only opened up a few dialogues but a few minds too.
In our perpetual state of delusional happiness we at Gaysi set out on an adventure to create a video: “Happy In Gaysi Land”.
One year in college when I had a huge banner put up outside the college canteen just to wish someone.