India’s First Gay Wedding
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India’s First Gay Wedding

India’s first gay marriage took place between, 40-year-old Hrishi Sathawane, an NRI techie, and his Vietnamese…

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Supreme Court To Re-think The Constitutional Validity Of Section 377
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Supreme Court To Re-think The Constitutional Validity Of Section 377

It’s surprising to see that it’s 2018 and we are STILL fighting for equal rights.…

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Here’s An Alternate World To Make You Realize How Rampant Sexism Is!
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Here’s An Alternate World To Make You Realize How Rampant Sexism Is!

Sexism has been engrained into our lives so much so that we fail to realize…

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LGBT Inclusion In Sports
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LGBT Inclusion In Sports

2018 is off to a great start, inclusion is of utmost importance no matter what…

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America’s First LGBT Government In Palm Springs!
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America’s First LGBT Government In Palm Springs!

Under Trump, LGBT rights are under fire – but in this progressive desert haven, a…

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Inclusive Toys, Make For A Better Society!
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Inclusive Toys, Make For A Better Society!

Ever since the first-ever Barbie was created in 1959, the doll has stuck to a…

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Gender Classes! Yes, they exist now!
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Gender Classes! Yes, they exist now!

    “To be in an inclusive space like this is very powerful and important.”…

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The Best Parliamentary Proposal Ever!
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The Best Parliamentary Proposal Ever!

In a world where we are still debating about same-sex marriage and fighting for our…

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Justin Trudeau apologizes for Canada’s discrimination against the LGBTQ2 people
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Justin Trudeau apologizes for Canada’s discrimination against the LGBTQ2 people

“This is the devastating story of people who were branded criminals by the government –…

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One Million Against Abuse
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One Million Against Abuse

In 2007, the Ministry of Women and Child Development carried out a nationwide study which…

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