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I am from a typically conservative Punjabi family in Delhi. And hence, growing up queer was a challenge for me in such a family set up. Though, I would sometimes join them to somehow fit in. Visibly or invisibly, there was always discrimination. For instance, few of my male cousins would very subtly try to avoid hanging out with me, except on family occasions or weddings.
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A gay man’s struggle for acceptance in the Sikh community
I Am A Gay Man From A Conservative Punjabi Family In Delhi, And This Is My Story | Youth Ki Awaaz
Each title is ranked according to its share of pageviews among the items displayed. Pageviews for each item are divided by the aggregate number of pageviews generated by the items displayed. Watch the video. Based on the gay poetry of R. Part Genet, part Bollywood this film combines acidic verse and insightful imagery to reveal the emerging gay community in post-liberalized India of the 's.
Gay Pakistan: Where sex is available and relationships are difficult
Sikhism has no specific teachings about homosexuality and the Sikh holy scripture, the Guru Granth Sahib , does not explicitly mention heterosexuality , homosexuality or bisexuality. The universal goal of a Sikh is to have no hate or animosity to any person, regardless of factors like race, caste, color, creed or gender. Within the last few years, the topic of homosexuality has become much more discussed in religions all over the world , making the once-taboo topic of homosexuality now a subject for open discussion among adherents. In March , he told visiting Sikh-Canadian Members of Parliament MPs that they had a religious duty to oppose same-sex marriage : "The basic duty of Sikh MPs in Canada should be to support laws that stop this kind of practice [homosexuality], because there are thousands of Sikhs living in Canada, to ensure that Sikhs do not fall prey to this practice".
By Sophie Law For Mailonline. A gay Sikh man was forced to dress up as a woman on his wedding day because his in-laws didn't want anyone to know he was male. The year-old met his future husband when he was 18 and ended up moving to London to live in his family home. But Mr Singh says he tried to kill himself after being subjected to nine months of abuse at the hands of his British Sikh in-laws, The Mirror reports.
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