Legal Blogs


"Pranshu Yadav's Tragic Tale: Combating Cyberbullying and LGBTQ+ Discrimination in India"

One optimistic social media influencer from Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, 16-year-old Pranshu Yadav's heartbreaking experience has highlighted the adverse effects of homophobia and online harassment. His untimely death from suicide following ongoing pain he had experienced on social media serves as a stark reminder of the severe repercussions of discrimination and cyberbullying against the LGBTQIA+ community.In memory of Pranshu Yadav, this is a wake-up call to confront the harsh realities of cyberbullying and stands as a plea for a world where every individual's uniqueness is celebrated and respected.


Love Knows No Gender: Freedom of Same Sex Marriage-A paradigm shift

Love knows no boundaries, the road to true equality is still being paved. Same-sex marriage is not just about legality, but it is also about love and respect.


Legal Recognition of Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation

Progressive social changes in society represent the development of any nation. These changes are measured through various mediums like legislative frameworks, judicial attitude, attitudinal changes in the implementing machinery and mindsets of people. Indian Constitution, in its inception, included the fundamental rights under Part III. These fundamental rights form the basic structure and lifeline for the people. For any violation of the fundamental rights, there are remedial measures under Article 32, i.e. the Right to Constitutional Remedies by the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. In Dr B.R. Ambedkar’s view, Article 32 is the very heart and soul of the Constitution.


Conversion Therapy: Violation of Ethics And The Way Out

Although the responses are new, the concept of conversion therapy dates to 1920s when homosexuality was considered pathological and attempts to cure gender identity using physical punishment, surgical intervention and counselling were ceaseless. The World Health Organization has not only declassified ‘homosexuality’ and ‘gender identity disorders’ as being mental health disorders but has also endeavoured to disregard conversion therapy as ineffective and detrimental. Since then, a wave of change has emerged for the LGBT+ community, in recognition of their gender identities as regular human developments, globally.