November 25, 2019
India has gone anal.
Now that’s what I call progress.
More than 1,000 members of the LGBTQ community and their supporters marched through New Delhi on Sunday to celebrate India’s sexual diversity, which they said is progressing but still has a long way to go to become a more accepting place for them.
Carrying rainbow flags, balloons and placards and dancing to the beat of drums, they demanded self-identification in any gender for legal recognition rather than first registering as a transgender and then providing proof of surgery to authorities, as suggested by a government bill.
They said in a statement that the bill, yet to be approved by India’s Parliament, contradicted a landmark judgment by India’s top court last year striking down a colonial-era law that made gay sex punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
The statement said the bill “directly discriminates against the community and strips them of dignity.” They urged lawmakers to make changes to the bill before it becomes law.
Zara, a 21-year-old participant who uses one name, said “there has been no acceptance. Only the law has changed. But till the time laws in the home change, we will not get acceptance.”
Ali Ahmed Faraz, standing next to his boyfriend, said members of the LGBTQ community get to express themselves at the annual march.
It is so incredibly touching that these men get to express themselves with the beautiful and loving act of ramming their penises into one another’s assholes.
Next, we need to work on getting small Indian boys to cut their dicks off.
We will also need to get adult homosexuals dressed up like women touching children at the Indian library.
It is the only way that India can ever develop true and pure democracy and human rights values.