The Wedding Makers Who Can't Themselves Wed

They make weddings happen but they themselves cannot legally marry in India. This is what it’s like to be a member of the LGBTQI community working in India’s big, fat wedding industry.

30/01/2021 5:27 AM
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  • Devika K.
    04/02/2021 20:12

    Sad. They should be allowed to be happy. We're all human after all.

  • Anjali S.
    03/02/2021 12:15

    Respect for them

  • Leonard M.
    02/02/2021 16:27

    India mein everything is taboo. That's the reason we say something and we do something else.

  • Shejal R.
    02/02/2021 02:03

    Bhagwan ne jo banaya he wo accept karo.. Ye cruel society tumko jine nae degi... Achha ladka dhund lo

  • A S.
    01/02/2021 17:18

    More power to people from LGBT. People have their own sexual orientation and they must be respected.

  • Marja-Liisa S.
    01/02/2021 11:26

  • Waqar T.
    01/02/2021 11:11

    Woman, get a life and stop mumbling abt ur pathetic choice which isn't natural or good for the organized society anyway 😏

  • Silvia E.
    01/02/2021 10:59

    So complicate 😳 and more in india but first need to find with who. After check if get marry etc etc

  • Jay P.
    01/02/2021 10:49

    Your parents must be crying for the defective gift they have received from almighty

  • Marja-Liisa S.
    01/02/2021 10:29

    Really sad. Most of the European countries has legalised gay marriage. Welcome here.

  • Delvin G.
    01/02/2021 08:55

    Youth is limited, and u're not young anymore

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