While the final floor plan is yet to be chalked out, it gives me immense pleasure to inform you folks that Kerala (yup God’s own country) is having its very first Pride celebrations this year.
What I like about a rickshaw is; unlike a bus it makes for a very comfortable place to sit and hold hands without anyone eyeing you. It is nice and windy and has a privacy of its own. You can talk incessantly and stare as much as you like. What becomes difficult however is when you feel like kissing…ohhh….and that happens with me all the damn time! And that’s exactly when funny things happen.
Bangalore’s Queer Groups have decided to celebrate 1st anniversary of the historic Naz Foundation decision decriminalizing IPC 377. In glorified words; mating between two consenting adults of same sex is no longer a criminal offence in India
The sexy Pride Month is here and the celebrations have begun! Chennai is rocking this month with various events and contests to celebrate the visibility of alternate sexualities and gender identities.
Yes, I was in awe of him. Completely in love until recently when I read his views on same sex relationships. And now I am left hurt and cheated.
Should homosexuality be a deal-breaker in a straight relationship?
In keeping with our mission to assault your eyes with our loud and proud colours, we're creating our very own Gaysi T-Shirts that will be ready, just in time for Pride! Gaysis & supporters will be proudly sporting these T-Shirts at the Delhi & Mumbai Pride marches.
As part of the 2010 Pride Month, South India AIDS Action Programme (SIAAP) has organised a debate session in association with the Chennai Rainbow Pride committee.
The L Lounge will party with LBT persons and their supportive friends and family…yes, this includes the ‘G’ but you must be accompanied by an LBT or be very, …
In many parts of the West, the purchasing power of the gay community has long been acknowledged in areas of retail from clothes and travel to bars and nightclubs.
Yup slotting people in the “Gay” category not because of their sexual orientation but based rather on their (simplest of) association with the Queer world.
I hope you’ll take 20 minutes to watch this documentary, DESIGIRLS!, by Ishita Films. It’s certainly engaging & left me wishing there was more than just 20 minutes to …
Continued from Being Trans: Parte Dos!
I see myself as a very different person now – only better! I realised all the anger and prejudice I had in myself, was …
Maybe someday, queer films will run in mainstream cinemas with mainstream audiences and the reaction would be the same.