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LGBT Rights in India

Amber Tanweer
Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India

Volume II, Issue I, 2019

In this the researcher has tried to discuss about concept, nature of LGBT people, discrimination on the ground of sex in the society it results in violation of their rights including fundamental rights and human rights. The researcher also tried to give focus on legal definition and its scope, lacunas, issues and challenges before LGBT minority people in India. The whole aura and entirety of the conditions and the trials faced by this community. The way it has evolved and treated. By the olden society it is controlled into the minds of those who still believe it to be some sort of mental illness or a crime. Bringing the notion that how India is working on it and how the citizens are dealing with the openness of this. People around the world face violence and inequality on the basis of how they look or who they love. This barriers and socially unwanted stigmas be removed and this place be made a safe haven for all types of people and also rights be equally distributed amongst all here. The constant pressure and eyes upon the activities and the idea of LGBT makes some small minded people to put up more force upon them and make their living a hell out on earth. What else one wants is to be understood and to live freely with head held high and to get the love they deserve. Human beings are human beings they should be treated the same and like.

“I do not consider myself just an ally to the LGBT community. I consider myself your family. And so I am doing what we should all do with our families: I am loving you. I support you, I completely accept who you are.”

– Anne Hathaway

 

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