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Psychosocial and Educational Problems of LGBTQ Community in India

  • Author Name : Satish Chandra,
  • ISBN No. : 978-93-88022-14-9
  • Pages : 186
  • Paper Type : Soft Bound
  • Specialty : Sociology/Psychology
  • Publication Year : 2019
  • Book Type : Reference Book
  • Edition : First
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About Book

In a historic judgment, The Supreme Court of India on 6 September 2018 ruled that consensual gay sex in private space is not crime saying that sexual orientation is natural and people have no control over it. This judgment is a new dawn for personal liberty for LGBTQ community because in any inclusive society persons cannot be discriminated on the basis of grounds related to their identity. Judges of Apex court said that social morality cannot violate the rights of even one single individual.

As this decision was flashed in media, mixed reactions were captured among various sections of the society and new debates emerged on sexuality nationwide because larger part of Indian society was not ready to accept this kind of decision but smaller part of our society believes in right based society and welcomed this shift. Philosophy of inclusion emphasizes that no one should left behind and the role of families becomes decisive in increasing acceptance of LGBTQ community members

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About the Editor

Satish Chandra is an Assistant Professor in Department of M.Ed., Rakshpal Bahadur Teachers Training Institute, Bareilly, UP, India. He studied courses related to education in Faculty of Education and Allied Sciences, MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, UP, India. He has 13 years experience of teaching trainee teachers and trainee teacher educators. He had keen interest in understanding the diversity groups and working on collaborative research projects. He has written for many National and International journals and conference proceedings. He has been promoting the case of gender inclusive society and classrooms.

Recently he edited a book entitled “Reengagement of Transgender Persons: Challenges and Opportunities” published in March 2018. He took the responsibility of Associate Editor for Journal of Educational Chronicle from 2010 to 2015 and editorial board member of two reputed journals. He also contributed in self learning material development of Uttarakhand Open University, Haldwani, Nainital, India and delivered lectures as resource person as academic contribution. His research interest areas are Inclusion, ICT and Gender Studies. He can be contacted at satishh26@gmail.com.





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