Lets play a song.
A song of senses-
Eyes and skin and touch and smell.
And your panting, I can so clearly hear.
The ebb and the flow …
The Gaysi Zine is inviting you to participate in this movement of "CREATING" Queer History.
This Saturday had me on one such excursion - to the Chennai Rainbow Festival organized by the warm folks at Chennai Dost.
I guess in my teens I realised that I was different from others, over the years the gay identity emerged.
Late on Monday night, Indrajit Chakraborty was murdered in his apartment by an alleged date.
The themes I have explored have to do with forgiveness. The book also uses themes from Buddhist philosophy.
A rag tag bunch of boys who’ve either sworn of love, or believe love has sworn them off.
The Parade is based on the story of Belgrade’s first successful Pride Parade in 2010, where 1000 men & women needed 5000 police for protection.
“Juss, come closer and taste this,” she said this with a notorious smile in her eyes.
You told me you get “too emotionally involved.” You invest too much, I corrected.
Will he? Won't he? Karan Johar step of the closet that is.
Check out filmmaker Jeff Roy's experiences attending and capturing the festival on film in his latest Fulbright-mtvU documentary video installment.
When all the gay boys get their shit
together, go to the gym and get fit
Planet Romeo. The bane of homosexual existence, but such a necessary evil- It’s like a double edged sword, that.
My question is plain and simple; how many hijras do you personally know?
"Bombay Talkies" has four stories by four celebrated filmmakers. Each of these stories has a distinct stamp of its director.
Nike has been eager to sign on openly gay athletes for some time & has unofficially said that they want any gay athletes that are considering coming out.
The more I read about it, the more disoriented I feel. Men in their twenties, shouting slogans such as "Do not play with the rules of nature".
I search for stories everywhere. I love them. I wouldn't be able to survive without them.
I am shocked by the amount of stories I hear about or read where people are treated for being gay, to cure them of their ‘disease’.