Health & Fitness

Homosexuality in India

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Let’s talk about something that everybody wants to speak about but is unable to find the right people to talk to. I think the whole of humanity today, has somehow fucked up in accepting the sexual preferences of other people around them, which doesn’t affect any other human in any way. There is literally death by sharia law for being homosexual in Iran, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Somalia and Nigeria. Russia has a gay propaganda law, which prohibits people from making any protest, as it would severely affect the children. Even Australia in 2018 only allowed same-sex couples to marry.

Bachura mata ; The goddess of transgenders

India decriminalised homosexuality in 2018 as well. India also has the largest transgender population in the world. India has officially recognised transgender as separate sex. The most dominant religion, Hinduism, in India, has traditionally portrayed homosexuality as natural and joyful. Shikhandi in Mahabharta (old relic) was also a homosexual. And in our traditional Hindu book Naradsmiti, homosexuality has been identified as an unchangeable part of life. Nothing to be afraid of. Even in modern India, yes, it is a shock for people, but they also want to understand the person. Usually, Indian people are comfortable. Indian parents will take a little time to understand, but they will. The generation they come from used to think of homosexuality as taboo. So the situation was fucked up for some two ages. Today it is all good, not progressive but rather a make-do sort of situation. Honestly, the people you are going to meet on your India trip, won’t give a fuck generally, but sometimes if you are having a good time with someone, he or she might.

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