The Constitution of India provided us with the fundamental rights under Article 15 which states that “Prohibition of discrimination on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth.” Howsoever, we all violate this as, irrespective of the modern times, we are failing to give lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (#LGBT) their rights to live in freedom. When we hear that someone belon . . .
Desire to love and be loved is intricate in homo sapiens. Feeling of love is as old as human existence on this planet. However, love changes its shapes and forms but its true essence remains intact. Modern man adapted different facades and forms to seek love satisfactions, gone are days when feelings of sexual or love relationships were limited to opposite genders and conservative values to expres . . .
When we hear that someone is LGBT — many terms come in our minds like, “Kinnar,” “Chakkas,” “Meetha,” “Lunj,” “Khasuya.” In many regional languages, these are the terms that we used to say when we address lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) in India. Sometimes belonging to the LGBT community means losing your loved ones, treated as a joke in the friend's circle, treated as a black sheep . . .