Nepal to recognize LGBTIs as others
Kathmandu, May 24 -- Nepal has become the third country in Asia after India and Bangladesh to grant separate recognition to sexual minorities based on their gender identities.On Wednesday, the country's home ministry decided to provide citizenship certificate to LGBTIs (lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender and inter sex) as 'others' and not categorize them as males or females."The LGBTI ...
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