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Supreme Court recognizes transgenders as ‘third gender’ #Goodnews

  1. Recognition of third gender. 2. Recognition of people who identify in the opposite sex based on self-identification. Includes female identifying as male and male identifying as female. 3. Non-recognition of gender identity amounts to discrimination under Arts  14,… Continue Reading →

I am gay. I am married to a woman. This is my story.#LGBTQ #Sec377

by Ravi K.   It is now time to turn, like the sunflower, towards the sun. — Namdeo Dhassal On 11/12/13, when the Supreme Court’s order recriminalising homosexuality flashed on TVs, I felt a cold sweat. I shivered. But I… Continue Reading →

#India -Posters call for gay people to face #deathpenalty #LGBT #WTFnews

Posters across India call for gay people to face death penalty Far-right Muslim group calls for anyone who supports LGBTI people, ‘homosexual terror mongers’, to be jailed for life 30 December 2013 | By Joe Morgan, Omar Kuddus, Gay star… Continue Reading →

#India – #LGBTQ have Made More than #377 Contributions

Garam Masala They have Made More than 377 Contributions to All Sections in India! VIKRAM DOCTOR MUMBAI , ET It seems like any other sandwich in the café’s display case until you notice the small label: LGBT sandwich. What’s in… Continue Reading →

Gay Mosque Planned in Canada #LGBT

OnIslam & News Agencies Thursday, 12 December 2013 00:00 Syed Adnan Hussein is among a small group of Muslims in Halifax who want to start a mosque where gay and transgender Muslims can pray. HALIFAX – A group of Canadian… Continue Reading →

#India – Gay but not Happy #Sec377 #LGBT #Poem

    By-  Ernest Flanagan     I’m may be ‘gay’ but I’m not happy   I can’t be happy if I’m not ‘gay’   With the latest ‘S. C.’ ruling   The law can put me away    … Continue Reading →

Indian legal system would never attend to sexual minorities with any urgency #Sec377

 This is an extract from Gaysia: Adventures in the Queer East (Random House, Rs 350), a book by Australian non-fiction author Benjamin Law. Law has written extensively for Australian and international publications. One chapter in Gaysia is devoted to India… Continue Reading →

India- Supreme Court reinstates ban on gay sex #Sec377 #WTFnews

  (AFP) – New Delhi — India‘s Supreme Court reinstated a colonial-era ban on gay sex on Wednesday that could see homosexuals jailed for up to 10 years in a major setback for rights campaigners in the world’s biggest democracy…. Continue Reading →

Men, Women and Other People: Understanding Sexualities #Sundayreading

From left to right  ( Nine members of the research team ) – Hasina Khan , Kranti  ,  Shruti, Shalini Mahajan, Smriti Nevatia , Raj, Sabla , Meenu pandey, and Chayanika shah Kamayani Bali Mahabal, Women Feature Service  The concept… Continue Reading →

Ashis Nandy’s Predicament and Ours #JLF #FOE

January 30, 2013 tags: Ashis Nandy, caste, censorship, corruption, Jaipur Literary Festival by Shuddhabrata Sengupta, kafila.org For the past few days I have been preoccupied in one part of my mind in dealing with two reasons for anguish. The first reason has to do with the… Continue Reading →

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