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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 →

AAP Silent On Decriminalizing Homosexuality #Sec377 #LGBT

AP takes care of aam aadmi, woos middle class, business Party Silent On Decriminalizing Gay Sex TIMES NEWS NETWORK New Delhi: In what appears to be a bid to reassure the middle classes and business, AAP’s manifesto promises simplification of… Continue Reading →

Why LGBT community will not vote for Modi or BJP #NOMOre_2014

      When I saw Baba Ramdev embracing Narendra Modi I wondered how he ever managed to get his arms around the man! Soon I stopped laughing. I had remembered the paradigm of Attila and the Witch-doctor. For centuries… Continue Reading →

Statement by More than 200 Indians condemning Uganda Anti-Homosexuality Act #LGBTQ

President Yoweri Museveni, Members of Parliament of Uganda,   and the People of Uganda         Through Ms Elizabeth Napeyok, High Commissioner, Ugandan High Commission in New Delhi, India C- 14, ANAND NIKETAN,   New Delhi – 110021… 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 – How does it feel to be criminalised because of one’s sexuality?

By- Queer Feminist, Pramada Menon December 11, 2013, was a day as any other for many people in this country dealing with inflation, poverty, violence, indecisive political parties and other such “commonplace” issues. For another set of people, this was… Continue Reading →

#India – Homosexuality through ages ,The door was always open #Sec377 #LGBTQ

BY SAYANTAN NEOGI   DECEMBER 11, 2013, Kindle Magazine Fact: Homosexuality is considered taboo in modern Indian civic society. Fact: India is home to over 5 million LGBT members, registered and unregistered. Fact: India is one of the earliest cultures to have recognized… 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 →


Legal | 114 | Europe, Majority Americas, Parts of Middle and south Africa, Middle and East Asia, Australia and New Zealand Illegal | 76 | Most of Africa, Middle East and South Asia Status Unclear | 1 | Iraq Punishable with death penalty | 5… Continue Reading →

#India – Gay sex: There’s room for review #Sec377 #LGBT

Manoj Mitta,TNN | Dec 12, 2013, 02.27 AM IST NEW DELHI: The last time the Supreme Court hit global headlines was in the Novartis case in April when it raised the bar for patents and made a life saving drug more accessible to cancer… Continue Reading →

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