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Scholarly Article

Suman Pramanik

LGBTQ: India and a Global Perspective


lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer


The present-day research on LGBTQ in academics is important to show a major breakthrough from the earlier silence on homosexuality. The researchers literally play the role of vanguards championing the equal rights of the sexual minorities in India. Although, all of them are fervent about creating an apparently egalitarian society, a legion of researchers is denounced by the others for their excessive dependence on western materials. On the other side, those who primarily focus on indigenous alternative sexual people and rivet all attention on native sources fan the hope of an independent alternative sexual space. But this writing is certainly a bilateral collaboration; the title offers a glimpse of it. In this writing, the position of LGBTQ people in India have been analysed in connection with other countries.

About the Author

Suman Pramanik is an Assistant Professor in the department of English in Shirakole Mahavidyalaya, South 24 Parganas. He pursuing Ph. D under the University of Calcutta.

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