Madras is back with the ever popular Reel Desires: Chennai International Queer Film Festival 2014.
Archive for the tag Media
It is a fair argument that one doesn’t need such episodes to remind us of patriarchy and violence against women across the world.
AAP has a grassroots approach, and it was easy for us to presume that the manifesto would stand up to our confidence in them.
My name is Kanishka Chaudhry and I am a member of your party.
When the company allegedly believes in equality, but has a CEO that doesn’t, isn’t it really strange?
Call Me Kuchu is powerful, poignant commentary, not just on the situation in Uganda, but on what it means to be queer and brave.
It’s amazing how homophobes are now claiming to be victims of homophobia!
In our perpetual state of delusional happiness we at Gaysi set out on an adventure to create a video: “Happy In Gaysi Land”.
On 26th January, 2014 – Gaysi Productions brings to you our animated take on the freedom of the past.
Whoop Whoop! Have we got news for you! The production house, Shemaroo reached out to The Humsafar Trust and together they are presenting a ridiculously amazing movie screening…. with wait for it… wait for it…
You heard about this. The Grammys 2014.
This week we bring to you another 5 videos that ring in the New Year and Mumbai Pride Month!
In the aftermath of the 377 ruling, you can how tell the Supreme Court who you are and what you think of Section 377 directly via postcard.
I SWORE AND CUSSED LIKE A SAILOR. I ROLLED UP MY ALREADY SHORT SLEEVES AND SWORE TO INFLICT MISERY ON THOSE IN MY WAY TO RE-DE-CRIMINALIZATION.
Habitat World in collaboration with Naz Foundation convenes a panel discussion to strategize on the way ahead.
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.
You are the only one who has said out loud “Homosexuality is not a crime”. But I’m wondering why you said what you said in this particular instance!
Harish recently started a video blog called The Hiyer Life and with his blessings, we share it with you on Gaysi because its kinda sorta hilarious and its like the tiny snippet you may need from your best gay friend in your corner to get through your day.
A lot can be done, Mr Subramanian – Instead, you choose to sit on the sidelines and just ask for us to ‘wait for the right time to come’.
AIB together with a host of collaborators including your very own Gaysi Family presents a most brilliant satirical take on the commonsensical (NOT) questions about Homosexuality fielded by none other than Imran Khan.