Myna Mukherjee held an art exhibition called "Resist" at Gallery Beyond in South Mumbai as a formal response to the recent Delhi rape case.
"That is too many fingers!"....Really?
Ira Sachs is one of a few independent directors creating interesting stories that adeptly discuss homosexuality.
Gopi is an artist out of time.
I guess in my teens I realised that I was different from others, over the years the gay identity emerged.
Congratulations! We read your letter to Angelina Jolie in the Times of India.
The themes I have explored have to do with forgiveness. The book also uses themes from Buddhist philosophy.
RITUPARNO... The name flows on the tongue, as a river is meant to be.
Myna Mukherjee, the show’s master-mind and master-eye, cites the recent Delhi rape case as having provided the impetus to launch this pan-Indian tour.
Will he? Won't he? Karan Johar step of the closet that is.
You may have seen the tweets online but we're now making it official. We are publishing the Gaysi Zine vol. 2 this August.
My question is plain and simple; how many hijras do you personally know?
I am shocked by the amount of stories I hear about or read where people are treated for being gay, to cure them of their ‘disease’.
There is a fine line between humor and everything else. One may think they have said the funniest thing of the hour, without giving the slightest of thought that their …
If there is one thing that supposedly defines the purity of your love for your partner – it probably would be monogamy.
One thing is clear; we at Gaysi take certain things very seriously. SERIOUSLY.
We invite entries of feature-length films, shorts and documentaries for screening at the event. Entries will be reviewed by a panel, and selections notified by 15 May 2013.
As our loyal fans would know, we at Gaysi have been trying new things in the last two years or so. Thankfully most social media mediums are freely available and have helped us reach far and wide.
I want someone who likes long walks in the park. Scratch that, I want someone who likes to sit in parks, and judge people who take those long walks.
Through Dirty Talk, Gaysi is trying to break the open-mic mold by providing a platform for artists from backgrounds of all kinds to deconstruct and redefine the status quo of acceptability.