The Indians Without Laws

Forget willing your property to a long-time partner, the law doesn’t recognise her; Don’t dance too hard in a gay party, you could be booked for indecent behaviour; Facing domestic violence? If you are a gay man, the law doesn’t protect you. While the country awaits the Supreme Court’s judgement on Section 377, lawyers and activists turn their attention to other laws and attitudes that fail to recognise the rights of LGBT persons.

A very nice article on the absence of laws and the need for human dignity and equality.¬†Read more here: ”¬†The Indians without laws“.

 

 

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Rashmi

Rashmi grew up in India and now she enjoys her time living in one of the queerest places in the world. She started transitioning a while back and is gradually coming out to people she thinks are cool enough for her. She enjoys discussing any topic under the sun and has an opinion about anything and everything. She thinks of herself as someone who can only hold intelligent conversations with people, when in reality she is totally insane and crazy, not to mention she has been highly hormonal recently. *GRIN*