GAYSI FAMILY PRESENTS QUEER TRIVIA NIGHT ON 9TH OF JANUARY.
An anthology of queer graphic fiction, cartoons, illustrations, doodles, and true stories is no longer a pending dream, for the fourth edition of The Gaysi Zine is all that and a little bit more.
So with all the love and excitement in our hearts drum roll - we are releasing the zine on Dec 12th, 2015. But you can pre-order a copy (or more) @ Rs 350, and save on delivery costs.
Gaysi Family celebrated its Seventh Anniversary at iBar in Mumbai on Sunday Nov 29th, 2015.
Happy Birthday, Gaysi: 7 years of reading, writing, and being the collective voice of the Queer - has given us a million friends and countless dreams of a beautiful tomorrow.
We at Gaysi are most excited to announce that we are going into production for the next edition of The Gaysi Zine!
I had to go through counseling and pooja’s to get rid of my Gay ‘Prem’ as they thought of it to be alien.
We love stories so much - especially Graphic stories.
Unsheathe your swords. Unleash your dragons. The Queer Trivia Night is coming.
Crossdressing is an art. It is a choice and a lifestyle execution which enables a blurring of gender aesthetics.
This edition of the ‘Read Out Loud’ is different from its previous avatars.
9 teams. 3 rounds. 1 #EPIC Queer Trivia Night (Can You Repeat The Question Please?)
In order to feed your inner geek, we are bringing back Can You Repeat The Question Please?
His brilliance, enigmatic presence, performative spontaneity set the stage on fire.
Come with bagful of stories that have left you mesmerised, or better still take some home with you! *Strictly Queer Mythological Content*
Premieres on January 23rd, 2015
LGBTQS Productions Presents Dirty Talk: Season 8
For those of you who didn’t follow our very, very hard try at Haiku, basically we are baaaaaack! Dirty Talk returns for the eighth time, but poetically so.
It was a memorable evening of storytelling, slam poetry, and readings that engaged everybody in the revelry of language and performances.
Being an openly gay film maker, he has ensured visibility of queers in his stories and done so in the most authentic manner possible.
We enjoyed sharing our love for storytelling using art forms and the spoken word.