Legal Family structure: Oppressive and heteronormative

In Indian society, the institution of the family is ingrained in sociocultural sexism having heteronormative parochial views where monogamy takes supersedence. There is no single definition of what constitutes a family. However, it is recognized that a family is an integral unit of society formed by interpersonal relationships. The broader and widely accepted definition in... Continue Reading →

LGBTQ- A part of our society

LGBTQ- A part of our societyLesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender. Over the past decade, LGBT people have gained more and more tolerance and acceptance in India, especially in large cities.Nonetheless, most LGBT people in India remain closeted, fearing discrimination from their families, who might see homosexuality as shameful. Discrimination is still present in rural areas,... Continue Reading →


On September sixth 2018, a anciental judgment changed into exceeded with inside the excellent courtroom docket of India. Section 377 changed into revoked, i.e. gay dating changed into decriminalised, after years of protests and injustice to the LGBTQ+ network. This landmark judgment changed into only feasible due to one lesbian couple, Lawyer “Menaka Guruswamy” and... Continue Reading →

LGBTQ + A Practical OverView

“Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex community”- a heavy statement in India, screaming for importance, recognition, protection and acceptance. LGBTQ or pride just has been focused in recent years demanding for equality, as for other heterosexual relationships or preferences in general. It basically means accepting one’s sexuality, be it in any form same or different... Continue Reading →

Issues Faced by Transgenders in India

Issues Faced by Transgenders’ in India It is assessed that there are between 2-3 million transgender people living in India, with certain estimations much higher. Transgenders’ have been prohibited and criticized since the time of the British Raj. Before this, they assumed an unmistakable function in the Delhi Sultanate and Mughal imperial courts, specifically under... Continue Reading →

Absurd Notions About Homosexuality – Are We A Progressive Or Regressive Society

Homosexuality is one topic that we do not wish to talk about or discuss about. In a country, where still love marriages and arranged marriages are looked down upon, in a society, wherein you can get married only if you belong to the same caste, religion, locality, Economic background, sub-caste, skin color, race. Given the... Continue Reading →

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