This is my first post and I hope to introduce myself briefly without putting you off to sleep. I first came across this website two years ago, when I was still in the process of accepting who I was.
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This Yaariyan event aims to be a platform for sharing these issues with a trained and experienced counselor Vrushali Deshmukh–who has successfully helped people counter the big marriage dilemma and even family pressure!
The most important thing to remember is that transgender people are PEOPLE first and foremost.
I agree with you that it is the right thing to do – not to marry a straight girl and I agree that it will make both of you very miserable.
How long have I been out of the closet? Do I start the count from when I first came out to someone other than my partner?
When the news first came in a week ago, it didn’t seem real. The legendary Ms. D had passed away.
It’s a gorgeous Sunday today. The sun is out, beautiful people everywhere lounging about in the park, the duck pond is glorious and the park looks amazing!
Our amazing friend Deen shared this video that he’s created with us. Warning: Bring a box of tissues, because you WILL cry.
After the monsoon flood of 2005 that submerged Bombay, the filmmaker returns to her city to examine the personal impact of the devastating event.
The battle that you seem to have is between two parts of your ‘self’, your old You (Desi-you) and your new You (Gay-you).
On Monday, Bombay HC allowed young Bidhan Barua to undergo sex reassignment surgery, stating that there is no law that prevents an individual from doing so.
Armed with our Lonely planet, we set off on Saturday afternoon. Motorway driving is incredible fun especially when you are cruising at ‘ridiculous miles an hour’ blaring camp Bollywood classics.
I have been asking myself this question for months after 2011s pride. Am I proud enough to celebrate MY PRIDE?
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? …
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?
I looked at my mother, glittering in the smooth sunlight on Michigan Avenue, she was dripping in an excess of diamonds.
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!
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 …
Have I mentioned I love movie trailers? I absolutely louuuuvvvv trailers. When I was younger, I wanted to grow up and become a movie-trailer maker.