Transsexual people are becoming increasingly visible in public life and more and more people are 'coming out'.
Geena Rocero, transgender model and advocate, flew down to Hong Kong to participate in a series of events related to IDAHOT, this year.
We hope you will support Ajay in any way you can - drop him a note, share your voice, just think about him & hope he finds his way through his dark memories
Yes, Queer and Not-so-Queer log, we are happy and proud to announce the launch of Gaysi's very own Movie Night.
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!
Big Boss 7 has opened the Pandora’s box.
How would you react if someone told you how to bring up your child, when your child has a better sense of equality than a good population of the world?
We are so happy to have Jeff Roy screen his stunning debut the documentary Rites of Passage at the Loft.
My question is plain and simple; how many hijras do you personally know?
In Canada a trans woman was refused to try on a bridal dress at a store because according to the owner of the store she looked like a man.
There is a fine line between humor and everything else. One may think they have said the funniest thing of the hour, without giving the slightest of thought that their …
I was counseled by Bombay Dost when I was 18. I was on the scene when there was no internet and no party scene; it was a different time then.
Parenthood is hard. Even when your children are regular and very 'text-book'. It is doubly hard when your child has gender identity conflicts.
Right off the bat, the stage is set when Sherry promptly requests the judges to censor something - Sherry’s original name – Abhishek Soni. Naturally, the judges don’t oblige. Instead, rattling off Sherry’s audition form, the audience is made aware that Sherry is a pre-op male to female transsexual.
Chennai Dost invites you to join hands for “Stop Homophobia/Transphobia” - a Candlelight Vigil on May 17th, International Day against Homophobia/ Transphobia.
“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
QA Active hosts a discussion and a movie about Transgender Sensitization
Why is it okay to show Hijra as scheming but not violent? Firstly, the movie did not spend enough time on the character development of the Hijras. As I saw it, they were shown as supportive of Vijay and loyal and fierce. They rise up in arms against a mob of cruel men that have thronged to witness and participate in the auction of a girl. What's wrong with that?
Do support De Taali again by attending our Gig to fight for Hijras who deserve as many opportunities as you and me.