GB Party at Nerve - The Lounge at Bandra On 9th Dec It's a Saturday Nite Party DJ Tac to Rockk and the Nite Krazzy Entry with drink coupons: ₹800 before 10pm (₹ 1000 after 10pm), to defray party costs. Cash only and PLEASE get exact change. Credit Cards accepted at the Bar Counter for… Continue reading 9th December, 2017: GB Party at Nerve – The Lounge at Bandra
Baby Steps is one that caught our undivided attention! A beautiful, heartwarming and lighthearted 10-minute short film about a young man coming out to his mother about being gay and his mother in turn talking about her new relationship. The film truly captures the nervousness, resistance and hesitance that comes with falling in love. From… Continue reading Baby Steps, Short Gay Film
Time: 6 pm (18 00 hours), assemble at Gate Number 4, Versova Metro Station. Venue: Our venue at Seven Bungalows, Versova. Prior to the meet, assembly at Gate Number 4, Versova Metro Station. Versova is a metro station and the western terminus of Line 1 of the Mumbai Metro serving the Versova neighbourhood of Andheri… Continue reading 3rd December, 2017: GB Meet At Versova
Hello. Umang Sheth, a founding GB member, since 1998, desperately wants to help and reach out to guys who are low and depressed. In his own words, he wants “to make them feel safe, confident and hopeful.” Who better to give a testimonial for him than one of those he helped. "I stood at the… Continue reading “I’m at Bandra station thinking of committing suicide…”
GB Party at BEEYOND (YO YO) on 25TH November - It’s a Saturday Late Late Nite Party. For any Queries regarding GB Events or Parties please message on GB Mobile number - +91 9870504010 Venue: BEEYOND - The Neighbourhood Bar Earlier known as “Yo Yo – The Night Club” 1st Floor, Commercial Premises, Opposite City… Continue reading 25th November, 2017: GB Party at BEEYOND (YO YO)
The guru becomes the shepherd and his followers give up all wolf-like and goat-like aggression and autonomy to become passive submissive sheep, ready to donate wealth and provide free service (seva) to a vast institution that the guru does not own (hence detached), but certainly enjoys (hence engaged).