Guysexual: Secret lives of gay Indian men

Gay. Straight. Bi. Top. Bottom. Bear. Otter. Or whatever you identify as. Here’s your window to India's gay landscape.

Aniruddha Mahale September 10, 2016 10:49:57 IST
Guysexual: Secret lives of gay Indian men

Gay. Straight. Bi. Top. Bottom. Bear. Otter. Or whatever you identify as.  Here’s your window to India's gay landscape.

Guysexual Secret lives of gay Indian men

I ask a lot of questions.

Is ketchup better than mustard? Did man really walk on the moon? How do you eat crème brulee? Will they ever resume Heroes? Should I really have that fourth cup of espresso? What’s eighteen times thirty-two? Are gay men any different than the straight ones? Does true love exist for either?

Read more of this series here.

More from the 'Guysexual' series on Firstpost:

Part II: Myth busting the Indian gay man

Part III: The world of gay dating apps

Part IV: Here are the five guys you will meet on Grindr

Part V: The dubious dilemma of online dating

Part VI: 50 things to not say on a first date

Part VII: Myth Busting The Gay Man 2.0: Because I Wasn’t Done The Last Time

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