Its summer... and its Wedding Season ! Yay ! [ Or if you are on the meat market...you have our sympathies ] On this edition of the Gaysi Podcast, we delve into the topic of Gay Marriage with a stunning cast of chatterboxes...
This week, I thought I would write a piece to support the (upcoming) Gaysi Podcast on marriage. These are obviously my views on the subject as a ‘married’ gay man.
Editor’s Note: A couple of weeks ago, Ajay Sathyan wrote a troubling account of his life within the LGBT community. Pink Freud responds to his article.
Not only does Gaysi draw the best talent from the Queer Galaxy, it also churns out incredible Alumni. But, of course, they were stellar to begin with ! Our very own Rashmi is now mere hours away from the world premiere of her debut as a filmmaker.
The realisation that my heart is operating on a totally different tangent from the rest of me and the self awareness that logic has completely abandoned my thought process, is a little disconcerting to say the least.
I came out to myself somewhere between seventh and ninth grade; it’s a bit fuzzy and I think it happened in pieces.
Dharun Ravi was sentenced to 30 days in jail, 300 hours of community service and $10,000 fine.
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!
Queer lives are becoming increasingly visible in writings and art, in demanding for rights, in challenging the law, in voicing protests, in starting organisations, in making an online presence; robust, vibrant and diverse voices are being heard in India and South Asia. This book is an attempt to add to those voices.
I have been asking myself this question for months after 2011s pride. Am I proud enough to celebrate MY PRIDE?
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!
The man says to me “You know, I have been watching you for some time now. I have been observing you. And you see, god talks to me, he sends me messages".
We only had 20 days to put everything together.
My first girlfriend outed me when we were 13. I told her that I loved her. She asked me what I meant by that - whether I loved her in the same way a guy loves a girl.
I often found myself on my couch staring at the ceiling wondering, “How do I stop thinking about my ex-girlfriend?” Dammit! I had to THINK about how NOT to think!
We learned to communicate and not be afraid of difficult topics. Even though we have our fights and disagreements, our lives fit seamlessly together.
Whoring for a cause is something that all of us should engage in, though the flip side is that people would brand you as using the cause for getting famous.
This wonderful article written by the fabulous Nayantara Kilachand very well encompasses the basic problem faced by the LGBT community, that of acceptance. Based on study she recently came across which provides shocking figures, she delves deeper into the LGBT scene by investigating with her friendly queers.
My ex girlfriend who was apparently straight and was always discreet about our relationship always introduced me to her friends/family as her “Gay Best Friend”. At first I was pretty cool about it but after a certain point it was one of the major reasons for our break up.