It all started when a television channel aired a video of a couple kissing at a café. This was followed by vandalism of the café by a right wing group.
As much as the show, Satyamev Jayate seeks to educate and empower in a mawkish, TRP gathering, groundbreaking but non-threatening fashion, when free speech is threatened - We must really get really pissed.
The Bangalore Case where the husband cheated on the wife with another man raises a few eye brows and many questions.
The recent episode of Satyamev Jayate, ‘Accepting alternate sexualities’, which aired on the 19th of October, 2014 led to a myriad of debates.
“Liberation” is a video experiment - a Mobius strip of art in action where Sharmistha Ray renders a representation of the female body.
The shame associated with suicide doesn't deter the ones who wish to walk to the gallows.
Hey Folks. Meet Sushant. He is a handsome and intelligent boy, who initially comes off as shy and reserved. Little did we know what a riot he is!
We hope that you can help this project reach a wider audience through Darr – Gaysi’s Wishberry campaign.
Watch this video and if it strikes a raw nerve, share it with your friends or write about your views.
This being June and the LGBT Pride month, we support people who want to bring about change and support causes they believe in.
We have been living and loving in secrecy for decades. We are all around you. We are you.
Sitting at the top of my 2014 To-Do list of resolutions was Queer Azaadi March - a series of LGBT events built around the Mumbai Pride Parade.
When Women's Health India reached out to Gaysi to write for their "Girl Meets World" column in their 2nd anniversary issue this April - we jumped at it!
Madras is back with the ever popular Reel Desires: Chennai International Queer Film Festival 2014.
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!