Hrithik Roshan's New Body - What do you think?
According to a survey conducted by the Eastern Eye Weekly, Hrithik, 37, beat off tough competition from high profile stars to top the 50-strong list.
"Metrosexual? That sounds Gay!" Saif Ali Khan is uncomfortable being called Metrosexual, and Preity Zinta had to assure him Meterosexual is NOT Gay. Uhff! What a relief!
Foreign aid for countries with anti-gay rights records to be slashed, pledges British Prime Minister David Cameron!
Simi Garewal corners Karan about his Sexuality, much like Barbara Walters did with Ricky Martin. Their responses are not so surprisingly similar.
Tell us who you think is best suited to play southern siren, Silk Smitha
Tell us who is your favorite Middleton!
Famous Tamil Star and Actor Sarath Kumar ( Radhika's Husband), is playing a role of Transgender in upcoming Telugu movie, Kanchana.
Tell us which "L Word" character suits your personality. Wannabes and Men can also participate!
MTV Splitsvilla is a show where larke and larkiyaan fight for love in, of course, Goa. This not so classy article discusses the supposed plans for the fifth season. Unfortunately a google search yielded no other articles. Despite the lack of quality sources on this I decided to go ahead and write about it anyway because it’s too intriguing.
In all the discourse around colorism, it always comes up that South Asian heterosexual men and South Asian heterosexual women find each other less attractive or worthy of a relationship and marriage the darker their skin. This sometimes leads to the conversation of South Asian heterosexual men having a preference for White women (remember "Rock n Roll Soniye"?). My question is, of course, where do queer people fall into all of this? While my discussion of the exoticism of South Asian queer women focused of White queer women's treatment of South Asian queer women, my intent here is to highlight dynamics that play within the South Asian community.
The treatment of the subject has been carried out in a fairly respectful fashion so far ... heartening that it isn't satire ( Apart from the odd snickering on the lines of "Thats why he runs from his wife!!" ...but heck. That does happen. Both snickering and running from the wife. )
What does that day, month and year mean to you? President Bill Clinton used that particular day to declare “Gay and Lesbian Pride Month”. Nine years later, on June 1st, …
And as your biggest and dearest fan, I take the responsibility upon myself to bring your attention to this atrocity!
As a Gaysi, I know I struggle to find popular Gaysi celebrities or idols to look up to. It would be great to know that in our intricate world of tradition, culture, and strict values, someone dared to stand up for themselves and come out. It would be liberating to look up to someone and say to ourselves that if they could do it, if they could risk what they have to be true to themselves, anyone could.