A staunch Gaysi supporter and a long time Ally, Rukun has taken it upon herself to find her soul mate. Before her dad does that is.
I fall in love with Gwen.
I think I really fell for her (literally fell) when she started jumping on stage and doing push ups for no apparent reason.
Between Borivili to Churchgate
How many men and how many stains ?
On March 20th, the world’s most notorious homophobe Fred Phelps passed away.
A conversation with representatives of Aam Admi Party on Gender, Sexuality & Culture.
Call Me Kuchu is powerful, poignant commentary, not just on the situation in Uganda, but on what it means to be queer and brave.
I walked out of the ‘closet’ into the broad sunshine with a nice shiny bright rainbow full of promises, there was no looking back!
It’s amazing how homophobes are now claiming to be victims of homophobia!
Variety of programs scheduled for 60 hours include but not limited to: Bharatham, Singing, Dance, Ramp Shows, Conference, and Folk dance.
A two day film festival screening some of the best queer films.
This illustration is an attempt to capture the claustrophobia and bleakness.
Last Sunday, Gaysi went on an impromptu adventure with the Hijras of Nehru Nagar, Juhu.
The Stree is right here - as a peer, as a shoulder, and as someone who might have possibly walked in the same (pinching) shoes as you.
A couple of weeks ago, Christine - a documentary film maker reached out to us at Gaysi.
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 …
I was happy with my arrangements when one April morning my sister called me and told me that she had got through TISS.
Its time for more excitement in the Queer Cinemascape of Chennai with the Chennai Rainbow Film Festival right around the corner.
I am proud of your decision to sign the anti-gay bill, and more importantly, I am really glad that you have also included the lesbians in this bill.
The BQFF celebrates cinema on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, hijra, intersex and other sexual and gender minorities in India.
ROL was an effort to liberate, to emancipate, to earn a little glory and a gentle nudging process for a few that thought that “Queer-ism” is all about sex.