To sum up the Bullying campaign on Gaysi, we are presenting a list of some of the best personalities under 30 who have outshone despite the differences, and challenges.
School and College time is the time for major crushes, identity evaluation and all that goes with it. One needs to be assured of the best support in campus, as much as at home.
Use this list to check that you aren't a bully, and send it to your friends, too. Let's pledge to end all forms of bullying!
Listen to this podcast where Gaysi invited four students from Ruia College to talk about their experience of bullying.
These photos might give you a fresh perspective on Bullying in Colleges and the CHOICE of WORDS used.
It started with mocking and making fun of and in no time people started getting physical.
The Logical Indian (TLI) is a recent inspiring entity fostering an inclusive culture in their organisation.
My first exposure to the word “gay” was through the movie Dostana.
Did you know that Bullying is a Human Rights Abuse?
This culture wants boys to dream only of cricket, trains and guns. This culture has no room for girls to imagine beyond the gendered stereotypes.
Good, bad or grey, it seems to have struck a chord with viewers globally.
A big part of what I do outside of my work involves discovering new music every day.
For me, Delhi meant boys. It’s not about domestic exclusivity, the drawing of boundaries- it’s a love that is found in the streets, in dark corners late at night.
I was forcing myself to write something profound on turning 28.
Now some may tell me to take a chill pill for he is JUST picking on a popular stereotype, but you see I have plenty of reasons to be upset here...
On the evening of the rehearsals, we were told Urmi was having second thoughts about performing.
I like the idea that the film is not positioned as a "gay" film. Clever move, I say!
I like to believe that time will heal everything.
Black is apparently me after too much sun. My aunty in Bangalore asked, “Who’s going to marry you if you’re so black?”
Coming Out follows the inspiring stories of members of the LGBTQ community in India who have finally decided that they don't want to hide who they really are, or who they love.