Him and I | Love is LOVE
LOVE IS LOVE
Love is love is love. Whether a man loves a woman, a woman loves a woman, or a man loves a man, it really makes no difference. We’ve come a long way in the past few decades, but we certainly have a long way to go when it comes to gay and lesbian rights in Nepal. Everyone deserves to live the life they want to live, and even more importantly, love the person they want to love.
Legalizing same sex marriage has the possibility to make a world of change for so many members of the LGBT community. From tax benefits to the ability to adopt to hospital visitation rights, every couple should have these benefits. You don’t choose who you love — and more than anything else, no one should be able to tell you who you can and cannot love.
Every gay and lesbian person who has been lucky enough to survive the turmoil of growing up is a survivor. Survivors always have an obligation to those who will face the same challenges
There are so many different camps about what being gay means. The danger comes when each one is so rigid that it sees itself as the true picture. As anyone who is gay will confirm, being that way is not something you become, it is a set of emotional and physical responses that just are.
The danger comes when each one is so rigid that it sees itself as the true picture.
Young people are particularly vulnerable and are more likely to hide their sexuality or gender identity, largely out of fear of violence and abuse. In a 2020 study, 61% of same-sex attracted young people reported suffering verbal homophobic abuse, almost one in five reported physical abuse and one in four reported ‘other’ forms of homophobia.
No one should be victimised because of their sexual orientation, sex or gender identity. Homophobia can be stopped.