Sat Sri Akaal to all, my profile name is Rembrandt84 and I like fine arts viz painting, photography and sketching sorts of arts also I do a bit of clay work. I am already in a relationship with a man who is in an open relationship. Have realized my sexuality ever since I was 16. I am saabat soorat and average in height that is 5.8, slim and like South Indian, Chinese and Punjabi cuisines. Currently studying in Birmingham and want to provide my parents with a nice future with myself, to give them a tiny bit of what they did for me will be a dream come true because they have done so much for me.
hey everyone my name is raj and im gay all my year no that im gay all my friends i should come out 2 my family but 1 of my cousions is gay and all my family members r saying that he is a shame 2 our family
My names Rani am Sikh queer woman living in London for over 20 years now originlly from Bradford London. Want to thank the person who set this site up - its was so lovely to see so many entries and a god send to those who are more isloated I should imagine.
I hope the site grows and grows and it will be a good place to share our expereinces and make new friends.
hey there, im Sanjana Singh, 18 punjabi lesbian living in a country where society does not approve of lesbian/gay issues. Actually,i've just come out to my mom and sis..not out to anyone else yet though
Hoping to chat with other punjabi lesbian girls take care
Firstly I'd like to express my gratitude that such a forum exists.
I would describe myself as having had relationships with both men and women in the past. Naturally humans feel the need to categorize one another but I refuse to be defined by my sexuality. Sexuality is fluid. It's not of consequence which gender you feel drawn towards but rather what's within a persons heart. There's a deep misunderstanding towards bisexuality both within the Gay and Heterosexual communities. For me it is not about how the person appears but a deeper connection.
As an inquisitive child, I was always curious towards philosophy, spirituality and the greater consciousness. In my youth I took Sikhism for granted. In recent years I have become much more spiritually inclined to the point where it has become a big part of my life. I hope to let other LGBT Sikhs/people know that they are not alone.
My name is sharon and i am 18 living in london. i am a punjabi lesbian. i havnt reli cum across about my sexuality to anyone yet, im jus scared of how they might react. i feel lyk i hav no1 around me but im so happy that such a website exists.
i'm hoping to chat with other punjabi lesbian girls
Its Baljeevan again now seen as Jeevan when I log in
U probably all know me from the gay amritdhari sikh post - which was taken off to my request.
Well that was only coz I was trying to go back in the closet - but not anymore and scared of others finding out.
But various people I have spoken to on this website have helped me realise its ok to be gay and sikh and I am proud of that. I think I have stressed a few people out in the process but hey if its helped me to wake up then I am grateful to them.
You guys are great.
Hope to build good friendships and possibly meet my prince charming - i hope!
My name is Søren. I'm a 28 y/o bloke from Odense, Denmark....
I've been out to friends, family and work colleagues the last 10-12 years with regards to my sexuality, and live with my partner of ~10 years...
I've always been religiously founded, although my family's background (and my partner) is really non-religious/"cultural Christians"... The last three months, I've been increasingly interested in being a Sikh... There's something right about this, that I haven't found in Christendom or other beliefs, I've looked into...
But before having another "coming out" - this time as a Sikh, I want to know more about the way set forth by the Gurus... I've begun reading and contemplating on the daily Hukamnama, and I've started to teach myself the Gurmukhi script and basic Panjabi. Unfortunately, I don't live close to a Gurdwara - would love to visit one in the new year (there's one in Copenhagen) and experience it...
And with regards to the issues about being a Sikh and being gay, I hope Sarbat.net will be a valued resource for me...