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Wonderful things happen

Culture

India’s first gay and bisexual dating website for women

India’s first dating website exclusively for lesbian and bisexual women, Wonderful Things Happen, was created in February 2014, targeting women of Indian origin across the world.

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Culture

New ad has hijiras reminding you to buckle up for safety

Remember, wear your seat belt, or hijiras will not bless you.

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Travel

Thailand becoming a popular destination for LGBT hopeful parents

Thailand is becoming the go-to nation for LGBT people seeking surrogates or fertility treatment to expand their families.

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Politics

United Nations launch LGBT Free & Equal campaign

The United Nations have begun a Free & Equal campaign with the intention of challenging homophobia and transphobia on a global scale, and they started with the release of a Bollywood-themed video on Wednesday, April 30.

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Politics

Indian Supreme Court to hear appeal regarding sodomy law

The Supreme Court of India announced on Tuesday, April 22 that it plans to hear an appeal of its December 2013 decision to reinstate its sodomy law.

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Politics

LGBT rights beginning to impact Indian politics

For the first time, LGBT rights are having an impact on politics in India.

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Culture

Indian Supreme Court orders legal introduction of third gender category

The Indian Supreme Court ordered the introduction and legal recognition of a third gender category on Tuesday, April 15.

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ILGA reveals worst places in the world to be gay

The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) has released a map signifying the worst places to be gay in the world. Based on governmental laws, the map highlights places where homosexuality is illegal and in some cases punishable by the death penalty.

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Business

Corporations meet to tackle effects of India’s gay sex ban on employees

IBM intends to host talks with other international corporations such as Google, Dell, and Citigroup in coming months in order to discuss strategies to protect their LGBT employees in India, following the country’s recent re-criminalization of gay sex.

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