Time Out review of The Gaysi Zine is a juicy critique of Gaysi's coddled print project.
Big Boss 7 has opened the Pandora’s box.
France's highest civilian award, the "Chevalier de la Legion d’Honneur" was given to Anjali Gopalan !
Dilli – a 5000 year old city – continues to carry the scars of her own history even though it has been rebuilt many a time.
Remember, The Gaysi Zine is Your Voice.
Because The Second Edition of The Gaysi Zine is here! And it is BIGGER. BETTER AND MORE AWESOMESAUCE than the first one.
Stephen Fry started the newest project, possibly one closest to his heart: documenting homosexuality & homophobia around the globe.
Early this year, Gaysi Family had a fantastic coup - The BBC and Stephen Fry and Dirty Talk all in one at The Three Wise Men in Mumbai on Sunday, March 3rd, 2013. Guess which awesome blog just picked up on that fantastic event and featured us?
Please Join Us In "The First Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride March of Gujarat" in Surat.
Launched in Bengaluru (Bangalore) at midnight on September 10th starting things off with a holler, QRadio hit the airwaves under the radiowalla.in banner.
This morning, our lovely MJ was radio talking with Hrishikesh Kannan (Radio One 94.3) about the 5th edition of Dirty Talk.
Once passed, the bill will be handed over to the Queen for Royal Assent, all of which is expected to take place before the end of this week.
How would you react if someone told you how to bring up your child, when your child has a better sense of equality than a good population of the world?
Wimbledon this year was the greatest disappointment to me.
The problem at hand is that the tainted minister is being accused of “sodomy”.
Our very first promotional video and yes we are jubilant and ecstatically excited.
And yes, nothing works better than humour to put your message across.
Exodus International infamous for their work in reparative therapy & years of preaching that homosexuality is a disease, released a public apology.
Myna Mukherjee held an art exhibition called "Resist" at Gallery Beyond in South Mumbai as a formal response to the recent Delhi rape case.
This workshop is primarily open for students of Media Studies to tell stories, report on issues and make/ change public opinion through their work.