Post the supreme court judgement on section 377, we feel there is an urgent need to reach out to parents and relatives of LGBTQ individuals and address their fears, doubts …
In our perpetual state of delusional happiness we at Gaysi set out on an adventure to create a video: “Happy In Gaysi Land”.
An apt time for a reality check in the hope that a sedentary month is not representative of its remaining siblings to come.
Coming out for both bisexuals and asexuals is a parallel process to coming out as gay, lesbian or transgender.
Four types of Lesbians you are bound to meet at Mumbai Pride Parade 2014.
They’ve asked me a lot of questions - some that I’ve taken the time to clarify, and some that I’ve gotten annoyed at, and some I’ve really found funny.
The fun kicks off with various events - Round it all off with the Queer Azaadi March on Feburary 1st because we are here, queer and darn well proud of it.
When I first came out to my best friend in second year, he was confused as well.
Harish recently started a video blog called The Hiyer Life and with his blessings, we share it with you on Gaysi because its kinda sorta hilarious and its like the tiny snippet you may need from your best gay friend in your corner to get through your day.
Apparently my vagina, your penis and our assholes are under the authority and scrutiny of the Indian Government. But of course… It’s natural I guess.
Today I am an item of undesired and wrong prejudices. Some tell what is right for me and some tell me what is wrong.
This Global Day of Rage is being organised by queer Indians, the queer India diaspora, queer people of all countries, our supporters, relatives and friends.
I woke up on the morning of the 11th of December with the pain of being branded with these triangles on my bare body: I am the homosexual; I am the criminal; I am an Indian.
Sub : The Effect Of Your Incompetence On My Life
He writes scripts for plays, and musicals. I wrote the script for how we would meet. That’s One for you, and one for me.
In 1960’s it was not acceptable even to be “a little gay/queer or bent”, in this day and age when being “a little gay” seems okay, society asks one not to be “too gay”.
I tried a lot to get myself to talk to you in person but I failed in courage and guts. I’m 25 and I feel I’m living a lie.
I did not come out to myself till seven years ago. Like countless others who've faced a lot of discrimination while growing up, I don't have a story to tell.
Every interaction with the LGBT community in India is defining and transformative.
The following is an extract from a letter the writer sent his mother.