In line with the greatest parodies and Taiwanese animations of all time, Gaysi collaborated with a talented animator to make this happen.
The recent episode of Satyamev Jayate, ‘Accepting alternate sexualities’, which aired on the 19th of October, 2014 led to a myriad of debates.
I miss her sometimes. It's like a sucker punch in one’s stomach.
Hey there! I’m calling out to you
Dark skinned and lean and a slight beard too.
She's a straight woman, and take it from me, impossible love isn't as romantic as it sounds.
“Don’t cry now. Rage! Rage against the callous insensitivity of the system, my friend.”
When the ‘Baby’ song played in my school function for the first time three years back, like many others, we thought the beautiful voice belonged to a cute American female singer.
I was walking down the street,
When an uncle did I meet,
He said, “O girl!
You are like a sweet pearl!
The shame associated with suicide doesn't deter the ones who wish to walk to the gallows.
As we sixty-nine into 2014, Gaysi's very own homegrown night to remember is back and this time, we are coming for you - with Dirty Talk 7.0!
Almost everyday I hear and see people and friends around me use the terms 'gay', 'fag', 'faggot' in a criminal sense
Hey Folks. Meet Sushant. He is a handsome and intelligent boy, who initially comes off as shy and reserved. Little did we know what a riot he is!
Should I tell you that the poem was created because I am a girl and sometimes, I fall in love with girls and often, I write about them?
So after my many misadventures with gay women in India, I decided to give men a chance.
That handsome boy in train,
all the love in his eyes I see,
his hands are but down in motion,
for his groin is infested with flea.
She thought of Love as exception-making
She made an exception
She loved someone who could not love
"Moocher" - Someone who always asks for things and favours constantly, and will never leave you alone.
I regretted coming to the Gaysi Family's Read Out Loud (ROL) event almost instantly.
Only a week in Bombay was enough to make me really reconsider my parameters of fear.
Life after becoming an adult is what people crave for right? The excitement of turning 18 is what every teen awaits for right?