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India’s Human Rights Commission calls on government to remove gay sex ban

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  1. I wonder if a sudden halt to the billions given in aid to them every year would change their minds? As a tax payer, part of my tax (as I assume is the same for many other GLBT folk too) goes towards foreign aid. Millions every year out of that are given to India. A nation with nuclear weapons, and thinking of going into space – still receiving foreign aid btw. I certainly don’t feel comfortable giving part of my hard earned money to a bigoted gov’t overseas.

  2. “Bans sex against nature” Phew! for a moment there I was concerned, but given that homosexual sex occurs all the time in nature, and in many different species besides humans, thus being natural, there’s nothing to be concerned about. It’s not ‘sex against nature’

    1. Frank Boulton 16 Dec 2013, 12:40pm

      When the heterosexual majority realizes that all of their sexual acts apart from the “missionary position” may also be deemed “against the order of nature”, then politicians may think that this matter needs to be resolved with greater urgency.

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