December 11, 2013 | by Lou Chibbaro Jr.
Activists protest sodomy ruling at Indian embassy

Lou Chibbaro Jr. has reported on the LGBT civil rights movement and the LGBT community for more than 30 years, beginning as a freelance writer and later as a staff reporter and currently as Senior News Reporter for the Washington Blade. He has chronicled LGBT-related developments as they have touched on a wide range of social, religious, and governmental institutions, including the White House, Congress, the U.S. Supreme Court, the military, local and national law enforcement agencies and the Catholic Church. Chibbaro has reported on LGBT issues and LGBT participation in local and national elections since 1976. He has covered the AIDS epidemic since it first surfaced in the early 1980s. Follow Lou

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  • Troy Andrew Hendrickson

    Having been to India three times now working to feed orphans, lepers, and others destitute, digging water wells in villages who have no well, and many other efforts, it is a shame that more bondage has come to my brothers and sisters in God who live in India. With the caste system still I place, this further alienates the freedom one deserves. 10 years or life sentencing for being gay, and yet, we let murders and other vile deeds go without punishment or less years in prison. So upsetting. As a gay man, I would not feel safe visiting India and my loved ones again, out of fear that I would be punished under India Law as a visitor.

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