Archive for the tag Relationships

What Do I Do?

What do I do when an attractive young man sits across me with his legs spread so wide that his thighs and organ strain against the fabric of his jeans? …

Join SALGA for Our Monthly Support Group Meeting

Parents/Family are an important part of the South Asian heritage and culture. As the South Asian Queer community, how do we continue to be mindful and respectful of our families and parents while maintaining our queer identities?

Meet The CookBoy

I live with my husband J. Well, civil partner. Whatever... it depends on how politically correct you want to be about it. But either way its all legal!

Soon To Be Mrs. Mayor

Raise your glasses to the most important wedding of the year. On the 19th of May, current speaker of the New York City Council will walk down the aisle

The S Word

A conversation on the changing visual landscape of intimacies and desire in Indian Cinema, image & contemporary art.

Today

Just before this picture was taken, it appears like The barber had put a bowl upside down on your head And trimmed what laid outside of it.

A Separation at Cine Labia

Set in contemporary Iran, A Separation is a compelling drama about the dissolution of a marriage. Simin wants to leave Iran with her husband Nader and daughter Termeh. Simin sues for divorce when Nader refuses to leave behind his Alzheimer-suffering father. Her request having failed, Simin returns to her parents' home, but Termeh decides to stay with Nader.

Desi Family Pride!

This event is a discussion group among family members, friends and allies of LGBTQ South Asians. Through dialogue and stories from parents, siblings, LGBT members and allies, this space will create a powerful opening towards greater acceptance and understanding, and unconditional love for LGBTQ members within the South Asian community at-large. Please join us for this pioneering event.

I Never Asked To Be Born This Way.

In the past 4 months, I’ve been to three weddings. Each one of them unfailingly sent me spiralling into a personal crisis of sorts and left me on the verge of completely breaking down. In spite of being amongst hundreds of people, I’ve never felt this left out and so very alone. And each time, I was filled with this sadness and utter dejection because the potential of being rejected by everyone close to me became very real very quickly.

To Be Normal

“I want to know what it’s like to be normal” are the opening words of this gripping video. Made by MoveOn.org, an organization that aims to be the political voice of everyday Americans
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