This song is a song that just came out of the blue, out of nowheer, one night in...– Chris Martin (Coldplay), VH1 Storytellers All images copyrighted to LIFECo.
Well, let’s say, when you were little, you always dreamed of some day getting a...– Hal, Beginners.
A guide to understanding lesbians: Part 2
Originally posted on GaysiFamily.com with contributions from BroomBox. After the somewhat raving reception to our last edition of “A guide to understanding lesbians”, we have written the sequel which provides deep insight into the workings of a lesbian mind. Q: Is lesbian sex as good as straight one? How? Broom: SIGH. TC: Actually, it’s better. What’s better than two boobs?...
A guide to understanding lesbians: Part 1
Originally posted on GaysiFamily.com with contributions from BroomBox. Children, it’s Friday the 13th. We have our own version of horror that we will share with you today. Recently, we were contacted by someone from a Men’s Magazine that shall not be named but I can tell you that their name begins with an ‘F’, ends with an ‘M’ and has a middle initial of...
It Gets Better: From a Gay Pakistani Muslim
Originally posted on GaysiFamily.com. I have tried to come up with a hearty “happy new year” post for many days now. But suffering from a debilitating affliction which strikes the best of us - Writer’s Block - I was unable to write one sufficiently creative or celebratory. But this video has shaken me out of my stupor. I am sure all of you are familiar with the “It Gets...
Book Review : The Reward by R. Singh
The best kind of books are the ones that make you want to write. The Reward by R.Singh (ISBN: 978-0-9842019-0-7) does just that.It starts off interestingly as the writer uses rich imagery to paint vivid pictures of his childhood. The writing here creates such strong impressions, that I shared his nostalgia, when he recollects his childhood memories towards the end of his life. It momentarily made...
From a reformed pirate
Firstly, a big thank you to @chuck_gopal for inspiring me to write about a subject I strongly feel about. Do you remember the days of Audiogalaxy? I was in school and positively giddy with joy that I’d be able to listen to Celine Dion and Sting and Iron Maiden (questionable choice in music, eh?) without wishing on fairies for the songs to play on TV (that too when I visited India on...