Sigh. And here I thought religion taught tolerance, love and generosity.
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A dramatization of the trials of Oscar Wilde — the witty, successful, fashionable playwright of such theatrical masterpieces.
Interested in having your artistic work showcased at one of our exhibitions?
Happy New Year, Everyone!! Today we bring you hope of a wild, wacky, cray cray and very gay new year to look forward to in 2014.
When I first came out to my best friend in second year, he was confused as well.
You are the only one who has said out loud “Homosexuality is not a crime”. But I’m wondering why you said what you said in this particular instance!
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.
A lot can be done, Mr Subramanian – Instead, you choose to sit on the sidelines and just ask for us to ‘wait for the right time to come’.
The Take Back the Night (TBTN) campaign, is a reiteration of their determination to reclaim our spaces, rights and struggles.
AIB together with a host of collaborators including your very own Gaysi Family presents a most brilliant satirical take on the commonsensical (NOT) questions about Homosexuality fielded by none other than Imran Khan.
O Homophobe, O homophobe,
Thy mind is so primitive.
Not only boring when I’m legal dear,
But also when I’m a criminal here.
It’s almost Christmas, and this is a story all about how a little girl learns that all kinds of love are good and pure.
A mere 5 days after the Supreme Court ruling, something amazing happened that gave me hope and courage.
We’ll have a lawyer with us to help us with our questions and doubts.
The past 7 days have only reinforced my faith in the Indian mindset.
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 post tracks all the events, happenings online, offline around the world in response, in reaction, in anger – So you can stay on top of what’s going on.
Today, the Indian in me is shaken, betrayed and very alone. Shall I go back to a country where I have to justify my need to love?
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.