Same Sex Marriage/ Trans Rights, Still A No?

Same Sex Marriage/ Trans Rights, Still A No?

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2021MMFY-92 SRUSHTI SONKUSARE started this petition to Dipak Misra and

Straight marriages have become such a norm regardless of the fact that homosexuality existed in India before the colonizers decided to force their standards and opinions on us. Live-in relationships and homosexual relationships were widely observed in many tribal practices. Some of the major examples stand in front of us in the form of ancient shrines and temples. These constructions can be seen remarking homosexual statues performing the act of making love.

Recently the nationalist right winged party, BJP openly showed opposition to LGBT+ marriage. "no fundamental rights to same sex marriage", says The Centre on 26th of February. The Centre on Thursday told the Delhi high court that there is no fundamental right to seek recognition for LGBT+ marriage, claiming that marriage in India is not just a union of two individuals, but an institution between a CIS* man and woman as a family unit.

"Family issues are far beyond mere recognition and registration of marriage between people of LGBT+ individually living together as partner and having a sexual relationship which is discriminated now is not comparable with the Indian family unit concept of a husband or a wife and children which necessarily presuppose a biological Man as the husband and biological woman as the wife and children borne out of the union between the two" the government state and and if the affidavit while opposing such a clutch of petitions filed by LGBT+ couples seeking legal recognition for the choice of partner.

we hope to see a future where biased opinions and stereotypical behavior isn't seen. Everyone has the right to love and be married to their loved one regardless of their sex and gender. Lets take a small step forward by signing this petition, we LGBT+ and allies appreciate it <3

 

 

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