LGBT Asylum Seekers: Give us a second chance to live.
Believe in yourself and soon you shall achieve (revised after the photo was taken)
Everyone deserves the right to love and be loved.
I am like everyone else and nobody else. We are different yet we are all the same…
British Indian lesbian living in Ireland…
Your birth is a revolution… You chose to be like this. Join me myspiritualsoul.com #GaysianFaces #SALBGTUK
Last week I got a call from the Independent that Gaysian Faces made it on the Rainbow List 2015: Ones to Watch.
It was a nice surprise, for the past couple of months… it’s been quite an organic journey.
My sincere thanks and gratitude to all the participants who have taken the time to share their stories with me and all of you.
Thank you to the Rainbow List Judges and the Gaysian Faces supporters for nominating me.
I’ll be heading back to San Francisco (where I’m originally from) for three weeks to visit my mum. San Francisco is home to Trikone; the oldest South Asian LGBTQ organisation in the world. I’ll be reconnecting with old friends from Trikone and they will be sharing their stories with you too. 🙂
ps. If you would like to be a part of Gaysian Faces, here’s our FAQs. If you have any questions you can drop me a line gaysianfaces[@]gmail.com