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.
We take a rick, run up the stairs home and get into the flat, lock the door and start taking clothes off – and man, the clothes just came off in an instant.
I was happy with my arrangements when one April morning my sister called me and told me that she had got through TISS.
My zodiac makes me emotional and moody
Passionate but also terribly broody
I loved that the evening not only opened up a few dialogues but a few minds too.
In our perpetual state of delusional happiness we at Gaysi set out on an adventure to create a video: “Happy In Gaysi Land”.
In our collective post valentine's haze, I think back on times in my life that embodied romance and I suppose the keycard is one of my favorite stories.
One year in college when I had a huge banner put up outside the college canteen just to wish someone.
This is one hatke list you cannot afford to ignore!
I know when you wake up and go to the loo
Stalk your Twitter and Facebook.
I wanted to write about a bisexual Indian woman because bisexuality is hardly given any air time in the discourse of LGBTQI matters .
Dirty Talk 6.0 broke all notions of what makes sense and doesn't with a fabulously grand party centered on the open word on January 31st, 2014.
Coming out for both bisexuals and asexuals is a parallel process to coming out as gay, lesbian or transgender.
Dear Supreme Court Judges, We realise that you have stopped listening.
On 26th January, 2014 - Gaysi Productions brings to you our animated take on the freedom of the past.
Four types of Lesbians you are bound to meet at Mumbai Pride Parade 2014.
Many a time we give commitments very early in relationships because it feels wrong to be with someone without tagging that togetherness as something.
Suman & Crew take the stage with a number that goes a lil summin like "Yes our ladies, they are gay & so romantic. When you're down in Maharashtra."
Many people are bisexual and bisexuality cuts across distinctions of race/ethnicity, gender identity, age, class, ability, and religious affiliation.
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.