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India’s LGBTQi Community Needs ‘Personal’ Laws – OpEd

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 30 April 2019
So, joining the Parkfield Community School at Birmingham in United Kingdom are four more schools putting an end to lessons on ‘Diversity and LGBT issues’, following complaints by parents. The Leigh Trust suspended the ‘No Outsiders’ project, which teaches tolerance of diverse groups, including those of different races,...
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