CraYon Impact in tandem with Pra-Kar and The Red Door Presents, 'Bully Proof' - Screening, Dialogue and Spoken Word
Breakups are not new. But this one hit me hard.
I still remember being nonplussed by their simple and eloquent response. “But we are happy.”
I keep on saying this and I'll say it again, I wasn't like other boys in my family.
I was a boy soprano in the church choir and a bit on the plumper side of life and had a shrill voice.
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Did you know that LGBT youth & those perceived as LGBT are at an increased risk of being bullied in schools, colleges and work places?
Suddenly my pant was down and my tiny hands trying to pull off the hand that had almost stuffed my mouth.
An exploration, promulgation and an expression of the artist’s thoughts and subsequent actions through a period of time
My first exposure to the word “gay” was through the movie Dostana.
The novelty of picking on someone doesn’t wear off as soon as you’d expect.
Did you know that Bullying is a Human Rights Abuse?
This culture wants boys to dream only of cricket, trains and guns. This culture has no room for girls to imagine beyond the gendered stereotypes.
Malhar is a conflicted man, caught in the tangle of his love for Kaveri, the woman to be his wife, and Niko, his on and off boyfriend.
“Women are too sensible to fall in love. They want happiness. To be in love is to be doggedly dissatisfied, to be excluded from the mob," Roy said.
Good, bad or grey, it seems to have struck a chord with viewers globally.
With me, he liked to have conversations in the morning over coffee.
For me, Delhi meant boys. It’s not about domestic exclusivity, the drawing of boundaries- it’s a love that is found in the streets, in dark corners late at night.
Fred went to the counter to place the order. Cute wondered whether he should take out his wallet to pay for his share.
I like the idea that the film is not positioned as a "gay" film. Clever move, I say!