Petitioners against decriminalization of homosexuality include Apostolic Alliance of Churches, Utkal Christian Council, Trust God Ministries - all christian orgs and also AIMPLB.Was the verdict against principles of Hinduism only?
Do other Religions endorse LGBT? I think it is not so?
Is the judgement very specific that it relates to only Hindus and it’s a crime if people from other faiths involve in it?Petitioners against decriminalization of homosexuality include Apostolic Alliance of Churches, Utkal Christian Council, Trust God Ministries - all christian orgs and also AIMPLB.
And this decriminalization does not apply to muslim majority J&K state.
But as usual pseudo-liberals and pseudo-seculars are hailing this as a victory against regressive hinduism- ala this thread.
That is the tale of modern india.
A pandora's box has been opened with the judgment.Since LGBT rights are decriminalised, they can breathe free without fearing policemen.
Only hetero sexuals might end up getting proposals from LGBTs which they might find difficult to turn down.
Going out in the capital in rajiv chowk late evenings , one might get a few proposals from free roaming LGBTs.LOL
The above post lacks logic and reflects a personal prejudice towards topics like LGBTQ.A pandora's box has been opened with the judgment.
Now the courts will have to define what is normal and what is abnormal in the relationship between two in dividuals when both are of same sex.
In such cases what is normal sex has to be clearly defined so that when a "rape" takes place law can take notice and act.
What is consent in such cases also has to be clearly stated in law.
I think the judges have overreached.
do you mean to say lgbtq is a natural/normal instinct?The above post lacks logic and reflects a personal prejudice towards topics like LGBTQ.
Rape is when a NO is not listened to by an aggressor in the context of any sexual move. Courts do not have to define what sex is. A NO is a NO in any language in any context when sexual feelings are expressed . What is so hard to understand this?
Thank God (Narayana) that we did not have confused, narrow minded and prejudiced justices in the Supreme Court of India.
We need to be able to see human beings as human beings without regard to their, gender, caste, creed, race, gender orientation, etc etc. That to me is a mark of someone who is learned.