LGBTQ still battling for equality after the 2 years of Article 377

LGBTQ still battling for equality after the 2 years of Article 377

The Supreme Court of India legitimized homosexuality by construing of Article 377 on 6 September 2018. Two years have passed since this historic verdict.

Queer community has come for their struggle for equality nation-wide.

There’s so much work still to be done:

  • Anti-discrimination law and greater acceptance of queer individuals who live outside of cities.
  • Marriage equality may be a progressive step for the community.

The LGBTQ movement in India is currently city-centric. The community of LGBT which is living in small-town and villages have been facing several issues related to their identity.

  • Isolation
  • Suicide
  • Damaging Images
  • Low Self-esteem
  • Unemployment
  • Mental distress

They are stared by other community awkwardly and felt a sense of guilt which is very harmful to their mental health.

The group of LGBTQ who is living in the city getting several advantages and support system.

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Organizing seminars and another social gathering platform can play a significant role to help each other and resolve all issues.

These platforms can serve a crucial role to allow individuals to flourish, grow and explore and empowered.

Who accept their identity they face numerous opposition from:

  • Society
  • Community
  • Religion

For fighting these glitches the community must come together so that they can empower each other and create safe spaces. Safe spaces are a requirement for those who are facing rejection or violence from families and the community as well.

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