News By/Courtesy: Neha Mishra | 28 Dec 2021 14:45pm IST


  • The court was hearing a case of a lesbian couple seeking refuge from their relatives.
  • In the case the court looked into the manner of addressing the LGBTQIA+ Community.
  • Hence the court asked the Tamil Nadu Government to come up with a list of words to address the LGBTQIA+ community.

Justice Anand Venkatesh asked the Additional Advocate General, showing up for the State of Tamil Nadu to think about a rundown of 24 words and articulations proposed by solicitors to address the LGBTQIA + local area. The Court thought that once the public authority distributes such a rundown, it will have "more power" and be simpler to carry out. Appropriately, the Court additionally asked media and press to think about utilizing the said rundown of words and articulations to address the LGBTQIA + local area. The Court was hearing a situation where it had recently given a few bearings with an end goal to additional the government assistance of LGBTQIA+ people. The case had started with a supplication by a lesbian couple looking for insurance from their family members. Throughout hearing the matter, the Court passed a few bearings. 

It was explained by the applicant that the words and articulations indicated were illustrative and not comprehensive. The case will be heard again on February 18 with the Court communicating trust that an imminent glossary of words would be set under the watchful eye of the Court by the State during the consultation.

Section Editor: Kadam Hans | 28 Dec 2021 19:35pm IST

Tags : #LGBTQ #Madras #High Court #words #expressions #Tamil Nadu #lesbian #sex #gender #order

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