Welcome to

Lgbt India

What We Cover

by | Oct 14, 2020

  1. Lesbian

Lesbianism is the tendency of a human female to be sexually attracted to other females. Some young people may prefer terms like queer. Lesbianism emerged as a visible social phenomenon in the mid‐twentieth century.

Estimates of the size of the LGBT community vary for a variety of reasons. About 6 in 100 women identify as bisexual, and about 2 in 100 identify as lesbian.

Only time can help you in determining which one of these you are. We can help you understand your sexuality and how to deal with other people’s reactions to it. It’s also important to understand common health issues for lesbian.

  1. Gay

The word gay had various meanings for the last three centuries. Gay, in its modern sense, typically refers to men (lesbian being the standard term for homosexual women). Today, gay and bisexual men are part of a very diverse community in India.

Unfortunately, some Indian laws create a misguided perception in society that gay persons are criminals. At the same time, some religious groups continue to emphasize reparative therapy. Our mission is to fight that misguided notion.

Gay feelings can be intense, confusing, and sometimes even overwhelming. If you’re struggling with your sexuality, find out what you can do about it and how to deal with bullying if it happens to you. We believe that sharing your feelings might be the first step toward getting treatment.

  1. Bisexual

The meaning of bisexuality is clear: someone who is sexually attracted to all genders. A bisexual is thus a person with both heterosexual and homosexual desires. In India, individuals who identify as bisexual are treated with confusion — or outright scorn — by majority of the people. As a result, most bisexuals are in convenient opposite-sex relationships and aren’t open about their sexual orientation.

There are still so many misconceptions about bisexuality in India, and that’s incredibly frustrating. This includes making jokes or comments based on myths and stereotypes. Skeptics have also claimed that men who self-identify as bisexual are homosexual or heterosexual.

We understand that bisexual persons are at heightened risk of violence, abuse, discrimination, and exploitation. That is why we aim to illustrate how bisexual people experience alarming rates of invisibility and societal rejection. Another primary goal of our website is to highlight the intricacy of bisexual relationships.

  1. Transgender

The word “transgender” is a term for people who believes their gender is not the same as the one they were given at birth. Gender identity refers to a person’s internal sense of being male or female. However, being transgender means different things to different people. For example, someone whose sex is female might identify as male or vice versa. People can realize that they’re transgender at any age. For instance, many people confuse transgender and transsexual people with intersex conditions. But being transgender isn’t the same thing as being lesbian, gay, or bisexual.


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