Gaysians co-founder and Desi Lesbians moderator, Reeta Loi, was interviewed by Sunny and Shay on BBC Radio London on Sunday 11th February to discuss Desi Lesbians.Read More
In the fourth of our multi-part series, we introduce Desi Lesbians panellist DJ Ritu, co-founder of Club Kali. The event takes place on the 25th of February at the Ritzy Picturehouse in Brixton.Read More
In the third of our multi-part series, we introduce Desi Lesbians panellist Seema Mattu, aka SIM, founder of TOMBOY. The event takes place on the 25th of February at the Ritzy Picturehouse in Brixton.Read More
In the second of our multi-part series, we introduce Desi Lesbians panellist Shelina, co-founder of Hidayah. The event takes place on the 25th of February at the Ritzy Picturehouse in Brixton.Read More
Taking place Sunday 25th February at the Ritzy Picturehouse, Desi Lesbians explores the reasons behind the lack of visible, out, lesbian and bi South Asian women. In the first of our multi-part series, we introduce the moderator of the panel discussion, Reeta Loi.Read More
On Sunday 25th February 2018, join us at the Ritzy Picturehouse in Brixton (London) as we discuss the cultural factors that lead to desi lesbian invisibility.Read More
It’s hard to believe it was nearly half a year ago now that the vision that was ‘Gaysians’ came together at Pride in London. The largest group of South Asians marching together under one banner at a UK Pride event.
Today, we launch the next stage of our vision – officially launching our brand and our website, and our first event of 2018 (see below), and most importantly, our mission. Far too long we’ve been invisible. In the mainstream, but also in the Asian community. No more.
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What's next? We've got big plans for 2018, including our first event of the year for LGBT History Month, Desi Lesbians. Tickets on sale now.
This is the start of something beautiful.
The DIVA Power List is the most coveted ranking of influential lesbian and bi women in the world. We're proud to say that Gaysians co-founder Reeta Loi was placed 32nd in 2017, the highest ranking South Asian on the list. Also recognised is Pratibha Parmar.Read More
Gaysians co-founder Laks Mann appeared on BBC Radio London to discuss the Asian LGBTQ+ experience and wellbeing.Read More
Gaysians friend, Khakan Qureshi, speaks to The Guardian on how WhatsApp helped mobilise the largest ever LGBT+ Asian group marching in London Pride this year.Read More
In a post-Brexit, post-Trump landscape, South Asians across the UK are starting to embrace their heritage and duality in an unprecedented way.Read More
100 'Gaysians' marched at Pride in London this year for the first time everRead More