Having been brought up in a typical Punjabi household, I was somewhat fearful of coming out to my father.
The recent episode of Satyamev Jayate, ‘Accepting alternate sexualities’, which aired on the 19th of October, 2014 led to a myriad of debates.
11th October is the National Coming Out day! And this year Yaariyan invites you to come literally #BREAKTHECLOSET!
She's a straight woman, and take it from me, impossible love isn't as romantic as it sounds.
Two people getting intimate on a park bench is not always what you think.
“Liberation” is a video experiment - a Mobius strip of art in action where Sharmistha Ray renders a representation of the female body.
Harder and harder - I rub in vain. This pink eraser is unavailing!
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?
The process from coming out to ACCEPTANCE is perhaps the longest and probably the most difficult.
I regretted coming to the Gaysi Family's Read Out Loud (ROL) event almost instantly.
And much to my surprise, I was informed that I was being set up with the friend of my girl friend’s friend.
'The Pad' has an interesting premise and demonstrates chutzpah where others might pussyfoot.
Let's tell you bit about what we spoke about - some...thing that gets all our Queer knickers in a twist.
We have been living and loving in secrecy for decades. We are all around you. We are you.
Take a look at this petition that has been started by HST that aims to petition the Prime minister in order to remove sec 377 through legislative process.
Over the course of time, this identity of mine has made me wonder about gender hypocrisy, gender wars, slut shaming, and other things.
Well, not literally. Andrew Garfield, after riding the wave of success from The Amazing Spider Man, is back at work with the musical geniuses Arcade Fire.
Sitting at the top of my 2014 To-Do list of resolutions was Queer Azaadi March - a series of LGBT events built around the Mumbai Pride Parade.
It will shatter those dreams and hopes in your eyes, and it will wipe that mesmerizing smile off your face for a long long time to come.
When Women's Health India reached out to Gaysi to write for their "Girl Meets World" column in their 2nd anniversary issue this April - we jumped at it!