Is LGBTQ Community Unethical in India: In the Context of Legal Framework

  • Anushka and Dr. Sunita Chauhan
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  • Anushka

    Student at BRCM Law College Behal, Haryana, India

  • Dr. Sunita Chauhan

    Associate Professor at M.N.S Government College, Bhiwani, India

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Homosexuality is not crime in Hindu culture, yet it is considered unethical or anti- religious by conservatives. The term LGBTQ community is not considered compatible with societal norms. But human right activists always fought for this community which is necessary step for preventing discrimination against them. Sexual orientation and gender identity based discrimination has resulted into changes in existing laws for recognition of rights of this community. For example - Decriminalization of section 377 of IPC in India .


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 2, Page 148 - 153


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