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Chaaipani.com
4 days ago

Wings To Fly: Transgender Crowned As 'Rose Queen' In Mumbai's Ruia College

In a heart-warming incident, Anjali, who identifies herself as a transgender, was crowned the title of Rose Queen in Mumbai's Ruia College.

Chaaipani.com
1 week ago

Gautam Gambhir Won Hearts By Being A 'Human' With His Heart Warming Gesture For The LGBTQ Community

The seventh edition of Hijra Habba was inaugurated by veteran cricketer Gautam Gambhir. However, his unique gesture for the LGBTQ community stole the show and won hearts of so many people.

Arvind Passey
1 week ago

The LGBTQ war isn’t over

Politicians have never been kind to homosexuality. Not that the society in general and our religious and cultural leaders have been kinder. Known and active politicians like Subramanium Swamy, Yogi…

Pri
2 weeks ago

One people, one love

I recall a conversation I had with a friend a few years ago. It was somewhere in 2013, when the repeal about Section 377 was brutally rejec...

Roy S
2 weeks ago

# 2.​ Did I Impact Lives?​ A​​ Little Maybe.

Recap: # 1.​ Conventionally Unsuccessful So Far Let me answer questions that weren’t asked. So you are already aware, that my professional life hasn’t been anything exciting yet. It’s stereotypical…

saravanan
2 weeks ago

மலை முகட்டில் இருந்து வழியும் அருவி

ஹைக்கூ கவிதைகள் சில .    .    . மலை முகட்டில் இருந்து வழியும் அருவியின் சலசலப்பை ஒட்டு கேட்பவை அடிவாரத்தில் மற...

Nita
2 weeks ago

Gay and legal but right-wingers seethe

The Indian Supreme Court has made homosexual relationships legal, but right-wing groups are unhappy. Some are grudgingly accepting it, saying that even if gay relationships are not criminal, they a…

WomenYeah
2 weeks ago

India's Supreme Court Legalizes Gay Sex In The Historic Verdict

The world's largest democracy just punched down a ban on gay sex. Section 377 of the penal code criminalises consensual sexual acts between adults of the same sex, as it was unconstitutional. A historic verdict was given on Thursday when India's Supreme Court declared parts of Section 377 unconstitutional, the decision that finally brings an end to a colonial-era ban, for which many have long fought to undo and that may declare a change in countries across the world.

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