Circa 2008. The Gaysi Family was born out of heartbreak, serendipitous collaboration and an acute vacuum in the Indian consciousness of queer emotion. Since its humble beginnings as a blog ( if you are really curious, take a trip back into the past here ), Gaysi has come a long way.
Archive for the tag Culture
He’s in an open relationship, he tells me after an hour’s worth of banter- ‘flirty insults that we throw at each other’.
Time Out review of The Gaysi Zine is a juicy critique of Gaysi’s coddled print project.
Dilliwale, Queeple, Tweeple, Delhi Lovelies, Lodhi Garden Ke Doggies – Sab Suno!
If around, please do attend & support!
When I initially came to terms with being gay, I held no bias against any of the letters in ‘LGBTQ’.
Discussions, conversations and thoughts around gender, sexuality, violence and the city.
Dilli ki winter chills and Masti se bhare dills.. Get ready to have a blast!
A one of a kind event of reading queer stories by and about LBT persons!
Please give whatever you can – All funds go to the Pride as a donation
We invite you to join us for the first ever PRIDE run!
Ms Rao will facilitate the process of filmmaking in collaboration with you in how best to represent your story.
I mope, I weep, and then I move on.
France’s highest civilian award, the “Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur” was given to Anjali Gopalan !
Dilli – a 5000 year old city – continues to carry the scars of her own history even though it has been rebuilt many a time.
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”.
Remember, The Gaysi Zine is Your Voice.
On February 21, 2011, two young girls committed suicide together in Nandigram, one of the interior villages in West Bengal.
Are comedians allowed to blatantly ignore social responsibility under the guise of their profession?
Because The Second Edition of The Gaysi Zine is here! And it is BIGGER. BETTER AND MORE AWESOMESAUCE than the first one.