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Despite the dearth of gay South Asian representation, Trikone has actively provided Mirchandani with a space where he can feel empowered and validated. The Gay Helpline UK says they are not aware of any such problems but agree that racism towards Asians may be happening. They have urged anyone with concerns to contact them to see how they can offer any help. Related to this story: He adds that representation will continue to be a barrier facing queer people of colour, and that Trikone and Bar Bombay are helping to overcome it. They claim the problem means that some of them are fearing for their own safety and have decided to stay at home or just suffer in silence. White gay men do not have to endure this.

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Fortuitously, after grappling with self-confidence issues and feeling uncomfortable in his own skin for a number of years, Mirchandani came across Trikone, a Sydney-based support group for LGBTI South Asian people.

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‘I couldn’t find people who understood me’: growing up gay and South Asian

Related to this story: Having been involved with the group for five years before joining its board for the past three, he says he can attest to the importance of safe spaces for queer people of colour. We don't get served in bars unless we protest and we get called Paki or have to deal with comments like 'here come the suicide bombers'. He believes recent mainstream films like Love, Simon are indicative of this. Test kiss Kam moved from London to Leeds a few years ago and agrees that if you want to avoid suffering racism you either do not go out or go to Asian-only bars and clubs. He was in a new country, his parents were sending him images of women to marry from India, and he was struggling to come out as gay. We just want to go out and relax in what should be a safe environment for us.

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Follow him on Twitter: Satnam from Leeds believes most gay Asian men still lead a double life as most do not tell their families, while many are married. He goes out every week and tries to ignore the insults but says, inevitably, the racism does get to him. Mirchandani says this is vital, given that while gay identities continue to become more visible, the white gay experience is often represented and valued above others. Fortuitously, after grappling with self-confidence issues and feeling uncomfortable in his own skin for a number of years, Mirchandani came across Trikone, a Sydney-based support group for LGBTI South Asian people. They claim the problem means that some of them are fearing for their own safety and have decided to stay at home or just suffer in silence. For more information and to buy tickets visit:

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