We love stories so much - especially Graphic stories.
What I discovered while exploring the gay community at that time was that my gay identity and South Asian identity were mutually exclusive.
It was a memorable evening of storytelling, slam poetry, and readings that engaged everybody in the revelry of language and performances.
We enjoyed sharing our love for storytelling using art forms and the spoken word.
Next on our stop is Das Capitol, so that we can party with our Delhi friends. So make a scribble in your calendar and save the dates queer folks!
Surprisingly, this is one strong emotion that you would notice in all pages of the latest third edition of The Gaysi Zine.
Meet the ‘Starlettes’; artists who will take the plain vanilla seeming concept of storytelling and have you Goo-Goo eyed with their tart as raspberry and sweet as pie talent.
So please write to us at email@example.com with the subject line ‘Booking The Gaysi Zine – mention the number of copies’, and we will take it forward from there.
We raised 1,01,002 rupaiyyas people! Pat yourselves on the back if you have donated to our Wishberry campaign.
Most people loved the monsoons but not Naina, she hated the humidity and dirty feel the city had when it poured continuously.
We hope that you can help this project reach a wider audience through Darr – Gaysi’s Wishberry campaign.
“I like you. I really do. But I am not gay,” she says.
WHAT? But you just slept with me last night.
It is easy enough to pretend we do not know of the love that we do not necessarily desire.
It was Nasreen's idea to play a marriage between two dolls. We would make a pandal, decorate the brides, and exchange little gifts.
Next Zine issue aims to capture delicate, candid, confessional, intimate, vulnerable, funny, joyous, whimsical, sarcastic, celebratory, & courageous voices.
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.
We were especially thrilled when we woke up this morning to not one but two amazing press features on The Gaysi Zine.
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.
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!