Coldplay’s Chris Martin Speaks About Being Homophobic And Gay
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Coldplay’s Chris Martin Speaks About Being Homophobic And Gay

Discovering one’s own sexuality is a difficult internal process. The turmoil and the distress of…

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Roast Session Commence: Gems that were born out of Homophobia
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Roast Session Commence: Gems that were born out of Homophobia

Is Lesbian Sex Better than Heterosexual Sex?
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Is Lesbian Sex Better than Heterosexual Sex?

Are You Ready for Some Gay Romance between Firth and Tucci?
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Are You Ready for Some Gay Romance between Firth and Tucci?

Hello hello! Are you ready for some intel that will make you jump with excitement…

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LGBT Rights: National Level and the Global Level
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LGBT Rights: National Level and the Global Level

This article is by FP Global Thinkers. In September 2018, LGBT people in India celebrated…

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Why the Homosexuals and Homosexuality Appreciates Ulrichs
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Why the Homosexuals and Homosexuality Appreciates Ulrichs

Imagine being gay in the 1850s. Now imagine being a pro-homosexual activist in the same…

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Apple iPhone Made Me Gay!
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Apple iPhone Made Me Gay!

Why are you gay? When people ask homosexuals this question, a few brain cells kill…

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Peeking behind curtains of Mr Gay India, with Debendra Nath Sanyal
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Peeking behind curtains of Mr Gay India, with Debendra Nath Sanyal

School Syllabus now includes LGBTQ+ history!
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School Syllabus now includes LGBTQ+ history!

Educating children about the LGBT+ community is important. And several countries across the globe have…

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This expert from Kerala can cure homosexuality
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This expert from Kerala can cure homosexuality

As the LGBTQ community gains traction and support, some have developed the ideology that homosexuality…

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“The ChinkyHomo Project” by North East Queer Indians
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“The ChinkyHomo Project” by North East Queer Indians

Chinkyhomo: Chinkyhomo is a digital media initiative by Kumam Davidson and Pavel Salgolsem from northeastern queers…

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Harnaam Kaur – “The youngest girl with a beard”
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Harnaam Kaur – “The youngest girl with a beard”

Harnaam Kaur, is a pansexual British model, anti-bullying activist, body-positive activist, life coach, and motivational…

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Safety Feature on Tinder for LGBTQ+ Users
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Safety Feature on Tinder for LGBTQ+ Users

Tinder is a location-based social dating app, which allows users to like and dislike and…

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A Guide – To find a Right LGBTQ+ Therapist
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A Guide – To find a Right LGBTQ+ Therapist

Finding a good therapist who fits your needs and makes you comfortable enough to be…

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Cocktail recipes for your next Pride Party
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Cocktail recipes for your next Pride Party

The Indian Pride Month is coming up soon and we are already excited. What better…

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Homosexual Animals Exist?!
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Homosexual Animals Exist?!

Same-sex pairings are not just a human phenomenon. In fact, they aren’t just normal in…

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What Makes People Gay? Genes or Choice?
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What Makes People Gay? Genes or Choice?

Estimates as to the number of gay people in the population range from 1-in-20 to…

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Jewish Orthodox Community Gets First Openly Gay Rabbi
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Jewish Orthodox Community Gets First Openly Gay Rabbi

Daniel Atwood, on Sunday, became the first openly gay rabbi of the Jewish Orthodox community.…

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First Pride Parade After Decriminalization Of Section 377
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First Pride Parade After Decriminalization Of Section 377

On Saturday, thousands of people gathered at August Kranti Maidan for Mumbai’s first pride parade…

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What Is Homophobia Like in India?
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What Is Homophobia Like in India?

By Kris Jupiter Homophobia in India is difficult to describe. It is not the type…

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Netflix Finds An ‘ELITE’ Way To Keep Homophobes Away
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Netflix Finds An ‘ELITE’ Way To Keep Homophobes Away

Netflix has proven that it isn’t going to tolerate bigoted comments on its Instagram page in…

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11 October: National Coming Out Day
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11 October: National Coming Out Day

 Thirty years ago, on the anniversary of the National March on Washington for Lesbian and…

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Uganda: Plan For LGBT Centre Declared Criminal Act
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Uganda: Plan For LGBT Centre Declared Criminal Act

Activists trying to open Uganda’s first centre for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people received…

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UK Supreme Court Rules In Favour Of Evangelical Baker
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UK Supreme Court Rules In Favour Of Evangelical Baker

The U.K. Supreme Court has ruled for a bakery run by evangelical Christians in a…

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Lipscomb University Hires A LGBT+ Liaison Official
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Lipscomb University Hires A LGBT+ Liaison Official

In a step toward further acknowledgment of the LGBTQ+ student population, Lipscomb University has hired…

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FSoG On Danish Radio Speaking On Maaya 2
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FSoG On Danish Radio Speaking On Maaya 2

Sec 377 has been abolished and while the LGBT+ community celebrates its heart out the…

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Facebook Bans LGBT Content
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Facebook Bans LGBT Content

The advertisements all seemed innocuous at a glance. But they were all blocked by Facebook. A…

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Romanians To Vote On Same-Sex Marriage Rights
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Romanians To Vote On Same-Sex Marriage Rights

Romanians will be asked this weekend whether they want to redefine marriage as only being…

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UK Announces Vital Funding For LGBTI Inclusion
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UK Announces Vital Funding For LGBTI Inclusion

Last year, the UK government carried out a survey of LGBTI people in the UK,…

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Singaporeans Torn On LGBT Acceptance
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Singaporeans Torn On LGBT Acceptance

An article by Singaporean Professor Tommy Koh was disturbing not just for its conclusions but,…

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Gay Love In The Land Of The ‘Happiness Quotient’: Bhutan
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Gay Love In The Land Of The ‘Happiness Quotient’: Bhutan

In Bhutan the Penal Code’s Sections 213 and 214 state that homosexuality is against nature…

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Why Bisexual Visibility Week Is Important
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Why Bisexual Visibility Week Is Important

When I was 15, I confided in my psychiatrist that I was questioning my sexuality.…

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A Safe Sex Guide For The LGBT Community
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A Safe Sex Guide For The LGBT Community

 Historically when sex education was introduced to the general public, content was focused on puberty…

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The Miseducation Of Cameron Post & Gay Conversion Therapy
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The Miseducation Of Cameron Post & Gay Conversion Therapy

The Miseducation of Cameron Post, a moving new film based on the story of a…

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How To Come Out To Your Indian Parents
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How To Come Out To Your Indian Parents

Coming out to your Indian parents, you need to make sure you are confident enough to…

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Parents Turn Into Bullies: Transgender Kid Harassed
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Parents Turn Into Bullies: Transgender Kid Harassed

A couple of weeks ago, news trickled out of a small town in Oklahoma about…

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Amazon Falters In LGBT Inclusivity
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Amazon Falters In LGBT Inclusivity

Many Amazon employees felt uncomfortable following a series of recent defacements on LGBT “Pride” posters hanging in…

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The Life Of Alizeh Khan: Girl With A Beard
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The Life Of Alizeh Khan: Girl With A Beard

Freedom To Come Out At The Workplace
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Freedom To Come Out At The Workplace

The Right to Privacy judgement attributed sexual orientation as an essential attribute of privacy, but…

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10 LGBT Magazines: Dead But Impactful
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10 LGBT Magazines: Dead But Impactful

Magazines now long dead and gone, that helped make the world a much better place.…

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Queen Honours LGBT+ Activists
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Queen Honours LGBT+ Activists

 A Jewish lesbian who is working to welcome members of the LGBT community into the…

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Yogendra + Nishant. Gay Twins By Birth; Proud By Choice
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Yogendra + Nishant. Gay Twins By Birth; Proud By Choice

This is the story of twin brothers, Yogendra and Nishant Mule. Both gay and loving…

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Death Of A Nation: Dinesh D’souza Decried
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Death Of A Nation: Dinesh D’souza Decried

Trump’s new best friend in Hollywood and ultra right wing documentary filmmaker Dinesh D’souza has…

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LGBT And The Winds Of (Legal) Change
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LGBT And The Winds Of (Legal) Change

2018 was predicted to be the ‘year of the courts’ as far as LGBT rights…

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LGBT Hangouts In Delhi: SafeHavens
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LGBT Hangouts In Delhi: SafeHavens

Until the Sec 377 is decriminalised by the Supreme Court Homosexuality will continue to be…

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Social Media Helps LGBT+ Come Out With Pride
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Social Media Helps LGBT+ Come Out With Pride

“We want to leave the world better than we found it,” said Tim Cook when…

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India’s First Transwoman Advocate
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India’s First Transwoman Advocate

Businesses That Grow With Pride
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Businesses That Grow With Pride

Being LGBT friendly is not just good for a company’s image but it grows their…

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10 Jews Who Inspire
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10 Jews Who Inspire

Shaan Surat Knan One of the most vocal and visible campaigners within and beyond the…

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LGBT STEM Day: Lets Celebrate Inclusion In Every Field
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LGBT STEM Day: Lets Celebrate Inclusion In Every Field

For the very first time yesterday, 05 Jul 18 was celebrated as LGBT STEM Day;…

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LGBT Ghettoisation: Inclusion Or Discrimination?
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LGBT Ghettoisation: Inclusion Or Discrimination?

University of Sheffield is giving LGBT students a place in which they can be themselves…

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PRIDE Debuts At Vadodra
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PRIDE Debuts At Vadodra

Otherwise known for its splendid, joyous and equally colourful Navratri celebrations, another colourful spectacle unfolded…

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“And That’s How You Grow” : Anwesh Sahoo
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“And That’s How You Grow” : Anwesh Sahoo

From a shy, scared and bullied boy confused about his sexuality in school to a…

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Frogs May Wed; Same Sex Humans May Not
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Frogs May Wed; Same Sex Humans May Not

Same-Sex Wedding: A First For The British Monarchy
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Same-Sex Wedding: A First For The British Monarchy

History will be made this summer when the British royalty will have its first same-sex…

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Historic LGBT Landmarks In New York City
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Historic LGBT Landmarks In New York City

It’s impossible to consider the history of the LGBTQ movement without thinking about New York…

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Belize: Leading The Way For LGBT
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Belize: Leading The Way For LGBT

    A tiny little nation on the Central American coastline, Belize, is a shining…

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Corporates: In Solidarity With LGBT+
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Corporates: In Solidarity With LGBT+

Last Sunday, Jack Dorsey the CEO of Twitter came under fire for posting a tweet…

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Country with the Most LGBT Murders: Brazil
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Country with the Most LGBT Murders: Brazil

On Tuesday May 15, Brazil’s Ministry of Human Resources established a national LGBT-PoV (violence against…

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MILK: The Spirit of Pride
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MILK: The Spirit of Pride

May 22 every year, is celebrated by the LGBTQIA community, the world over, as ‘Milk…

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“God Made You Like This”: Pope Francis  | FSOG
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“God Made You Like This”: Pope Francis | FSOG

In a surprising and unprecedented development today, Pope Francis, the head of the Catholic Church…

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Myths and Stereotypes About Gay Men In India
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Myths and Stereotypes About Gay Men In India

Thanks to Bollywood and pop culture, gay men are stereotyped into these over the top…

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The Difficulty Of Finding A Queer Community In China | FSOG Exclusive
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The Difficulty Of Finding A Queer Community In China | FSOG Exclusive

You are not alone! When studying in cold and windy Finland, it was quite easy…

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The City Came To Life At The Hyderabad Pride Parade 2018
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The City Came To Life At The Hyderabad Pride Parade 2018

The city of Hyderabad celebrated Pride on Sunday afternoon. The 2018 Hyderabad pride parade rally or…

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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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Play Your Part | FSOG #YourVoiceMatters
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Play Your Part | FSOG #YourVoiceMatters

Dear FSOG readers, We invite you to participate in a body of research studying the impact…

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Coming Out As Gay: When My Parents Tried To Cure Me
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Coming Out As Gay: When My Parents Tried To Cure Me

By Niharika Gaur I had the opportunity to share an extensive conversation with Abhiram Sridhar,…

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What’s So Bad About a Boy Who Wants to Wear His Grandma’s Blouse?
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What’s So Bad About a Boy Who Wants to Wear His Grandma’s Blouse?

As I was helping my grandmother clean out her basement one Saturday afternoon, she handed…

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How LGBT Friendly Are Bangalore Clubs?
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How LGBT Friendly Are Bangalore Clubs?

Insensitivity is shown either directly or indirectly. People often choose ways of the latter to…

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Why We Need To Accept And Respect LGBTQIA
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Why We Need To Accept And Respect LGBTQIA

Author Lehman Strauss states that “God never created man with a so-called “homosexual need.” No…

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Can homosexuality and bisexuality be cured?
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Can homosexuality and bisexuality be cured?

A sexual orientation is not a disease. Attempting to cure homosexuality and bisexuality is like…

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My Story: Being Gay in the World’s Largest Democracy
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My Story: Being Gay in the World’s Largest Democracy

Darshan Mandhana is an HR professional, hailing from a small village in Maharashtra. Darshan, 30, recounts…

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Pammi Aunty Becomes an Ally: ‘I Am a Straight Punjabi Woman with Gay Pride’
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Pammi Aunty Becomes an Ally: ‘I Am a Straight Punjabi Woman with Gay Pride’

In India, you’d expect a 50-something Punjabi Aunty to sit at home all day gossiping…

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All You Need To Know About HIV/AIDS Situation In India
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All You Need To Know About HIV/AIDS Situation In India

By Niharika Gaur HIV stands as the third most dangerous affliction in India after Tuberculosis…

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Why The Plus in LGBT+| A Radical Call for Recognizing Intersectionality
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Why The Plus in LGBT+| A Radical Call for Recognizing Intersectionality

By Aleksandr Chandra It is time to pivot the plus. The very symbol that has…

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The Invention Of Heterosexuality
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The Invention Of Heterosexuality

By Thomas Rogers If you met Hanne Blank and her partner on the street, you might…

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VIDEO: Actor Ssumier Pasricha Talks Feminism, LGBT Rights And Equality In India
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VIDEO: Actor Ssumier Pasricha Talks Feminism, LGBT Rights And Equality In India

By Snigdha Bansal We cannot possibly stress enough how important it is for celebrities and well-known…

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VIDEO: Sikh Mother Of A Gay Son Explains What Homosexuality Is To Parents
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VIDEO: Sikh Mother Of A Gay Son Explains What Homosexuality Is To Parents

Society is gradually accepting the LGBT community. A greater awareness has led to this change.…

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The Five Stages of Grief for Parents of LGBT Children
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The Five Stages of Grief for Parents of LGBT Children

The following post is by Jason Bilbrey, Director of Pastoral Care at The Marin Foundation.…

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Dear Ma and Pa ( A letter to parents who are trying to understand their daughter’s same sex orientation)
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Caught Between Two Stools: Life Of An Indian-American Gay Man
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Caught Between Two Stools: Life Of An Indian-American Gay Man

A Field of Dreams “It’s an obligation” says my father before we visit my grandparents;…

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17 LGBTQ People Who Changed The World
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17 LGBTQ People Who Changed The World

They’ve been called a thousand names, demeaned, rejected, even shunned by our society, but LGTBQ…

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10 James Bond Moments You Didn’t Know Were Gay
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10 James Bond Moments You Didn’t Know Were Gay

The complete guide to 007’s secret gay life. Will there ever be a gay James…

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MTV Splitsvilla Contestant, Gaurav Arora Spills The Beans About His Sexuality
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MTV Splitsvilla Contestant, Gaurav Arora Spills The Beans About His Sexuality

It usually takes unpleasant experiences to reveal to you the truth about yourself. Having the…

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Myths and Facts about Sexual Orientation
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Myths and Facts about Sexual Orientation

Does being “different” sound like a positive or a negative experience to you? For LGBTQIA…

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Ramdev’s Cure For Homosexuality
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Ramdev’s Cure For Homosexuality

He is known for his simple, saffron coloured attire and his cheerfully done headstands while…

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Genderfluid, Pansexual and Indian
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Genderfluid, Pansexual and Indian

Presenting 23 year old Lavanya Narayan, journalist at one of India's leading business newspapers in…

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