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Homosexual rights

Third anniversary of Section 377 verdict: How Manmohan Singh govt stonewalled the removal of a colonial law that criminalised gay relationships

In 2009, the UPA-II government had the golden opportunity to outlaw the controversial provisions under Section 377, but it had it squandered the opportunity, choosing instead to take a conflicting stand and avoid responsibility.

Petition in Delhi High Court demands recognition for homosexual marriages under the Hindu Marriage Act

A petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court seeking the recognition of same sex marriages under the Hindu Marriage Act.

‘Great’: US President Donald Trump praises Bollywood’s gay rom-com Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan

Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan, a directorial debut of Hitesh Kewalya, is a love story between two men in small-town India

Uttar Pradesh: Yogi Adityanath govt to build India’s first transgender university in Kushinagar

In the university, the transgender community will be able to study right from class one to PG and even do research and get PhD degree.

Society is changing and we need to accommodate everyone so they do not feel isolated: RSS backs LGBT rights

The apex court on September 6, 2018, had unanimously decriminalised the part of Section 377, which criminalised same-gender sex, saying it violated the rights to equality

This day in 2018: Malaysia saw a lesbian couple caned publicly for the first time in its history

The unnamed women, aged 22 and 32 at the time, were caned six times at a courtroom in front of family members and officials.

Dear fellow LGBTQ members, this was a hate parade, not a pride march

As a proud homosexual man I can safely say that we as a society, irrespective of our political ideologies, caste, creed and religion, we should be subtle in our outlook and approach.

Leftist Pride Marches with their anti-Hindu rhetoric do not represent the entire LGBT community

The mainstream media, if it was indeed neutral, would have portrayed the divisions within the LGBT community accurately.

No, homosexual acts have NOT been decriminalized in India

Are our liberals willing to join the charge for gay rights in Muslim majority Jammu and Kashmir?

Today, an ‘intolerant’ India emancipated the tolerant

Given that this is India, those will eventually happen, but like all things in India, it takes time and patience

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