The year-old software programmer from the southern state of Kerala, who spoke to Al Jazeera under a pseudonym, said she had never suspected her partner was gay during several months of courting. It was an arranged marriage but she had happily approved the match. But on their honeymoon last November, she said he avoided physical contact with her, and she refused his demands for anal sex during the few months that they lived together. Family pressures and financial dependency are among the most frequently cited reasons for Indian women staying married to gay men, experts say, in a country where gay sex is not only stigmatised but outright illegal. Many gay men in India marry under intense pressure from their families. While there is no data on forced marriages, Anjali Gopalan — executive director of the Naz Foundation, which has led a legal battle to decriminalise gay sex in India — said she has counseled thousands of gay men over the past two decades.
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Ishan photographed at his parents home in Bombay. Among the things he gave me was a tattered copy of a weekly newspaper titled: Marwari Samachar. It was published in my hometown, Jodhpur and this particularly copy is dated Wednesday, 5th February Yesterday, I sat down to have a read of the paper and one of the first things I read was the story in the pictures above. The story is titled Jodhpur - Stabbed in the back - Murder in Udaimandir.
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Homosexuality in India has been a subject of discussion from ancient times to modern times. Hindu texts have taken positions regarding the homosexual characters and themes. Historical literary evidence indicates that homosexuality has been prevalent across the Indian subcontinent throughout history, and that homosexuals were not necessarily considered inferior in any way until about 18th century during British colonial rule.