Myna Mukherjee, the show’s master-mind and master-eye, cites the recent Delhi rape case as having provided the impetus to launch this pan-Indian tour.
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Art is a strong medium that can be used to stand against societal wrong doings- to fight.
Baaraan Ijlal’s work always has to do with gender and queerness in some way, and gives us great pleasure to introduce her to the Gaysi audience.
SALGA NYC Presents Our Second Annual Bollywood Gender Bender Party!
In 2009-2010, LABIA initiated a research study based on 50 life history narratives of queer PAGFB and aided by discussions with queer LBT and trans* groups.
Screening of a movie – Prayers for Bobby, followed by panel discussion, we gotta best panelists from Delhi, so you cannot afford to miss it!
I was counseled by Bombay Dost when I was 18. I was on the scene when there was no internet and no party scene; it was a different time then.
One thing is clear; we at Gaysi take certain things very seriously. SERIOUSLY.
Breaking The Binary : Understanding concerns and realities of queer persons assigned gender female at birth, across a spectrum of lived gender identities.
I drew a simple figure, slightly more muscular than was accurate, with a stoic face and probably more hair than I can honestly claim anymore.
Qashti is a feminist non-profit, non-funded collective for and by lesbian, bisexual, FTM trans and genderqueer people who have been assigned female at birth (LBQTGFAB).
Parenthood is hard. Even when your children are regular and very ‘text-book’. It is doubly hard when your child has gender identity conflicts.
Forum Against Oppression of Women (FAOW) and Women’s Research & Action Group (WRAG) are pleased to invite you to a seminar on “Sexual Assault, Mass Crimes and Justice: A Gendered Perspective.”
This is a gathering, to show collective strength, and fight violence that women, queer people, transgenders routinely face on the streets, making them ‘unsafe for us’.
The news these days are filled with stories of rape, molestation and abuse against women. While we in Bombay love to point fingers at Delhi and talk about their crime statistics, Bombay has been catching up in recent months.
Bangalore’s queer pride celebrations will include a workshop by performance artist and scholar Kareem Khubchandani that explores the memories, maps, and marks of the body.
Five photography projects on the theme of TABOO. Curated by Indu Antony and Sandeep Mahajan. Taboo is the forbidden, the illegitimate desire.
Delhi Queer Pride is five this year! We invite members and supporters of the queer community.
Come march with us! Anyone and everyone is welcome to come march with us! Let’s march together! Let’s exhibit our pride! And show your love and support to the queer community!