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Even non-binary persons and transgender men can be pregnant, says Supreme Court of India
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Even non-binary persons and transgender men can be pregnant, says Supreme Court of India

Supreme Court of India observes that it ‘recognizes that pregnancy can also be experienced by some non-binary people and transgender men’.

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Overreaching Jurisdiction: A critique of the Supreme Court's adventurism for LGBTQIA rights Legal Insiders
Overreaching Jurisdiction: A critique of the Supreme Court's adventurism for LGBTQIA rights

In its over-enthusiasm to protect LGBTQIA+ rights, has the Supreme Court exceeded its constitutional mandate under Article 142? A Delhi University research scholar evaluates the theme.

“State's purported commitment to inclusivity and empowerment”: Madras HC lauds TN Govt For New LGBTQIA+ Draft Policy [Read Order] Judiciary
“State's purported commitment to inclusivity and empowerment”: Madras HC lauds TN Govt For New LGBTQIA+ Draft Policy [Read Order]

The Madras High Court lauded that State government for drafting and introducing the Tamil Nadu Gender and Sexual Minority Policy (Draft).

Punjab and Haryana HC flooded with runaway couples’ protection pleas, states contemplate new Appellate Authority Judiciary
Punjab and Haryana HC flooded with runaway couples’ protection pleas, states contemplate new Appellate Authority

The states of Punjab and Haryana may soon have a new Appellate Authority to adjudicate on grievances of runaway couples seeking protection from the state. Read more.

Consider providing 1% reservation to Transgender persons: Madras HC Judiciary
Consider providing 1% reservation to Transgender persons: Madras HC

The Madras HC has asked the State government to consider providing 1% horizontal reservation to transgender persons in the field of education and Public employment. State is expected to respond by March 6.

Supreme Court Rejects Expansion of Workplace Harassment Laws to Include LGBTQIA+ Community [Read Order]

The Supreme Court upholds the gender-specific nature of anti-sexual harassment regulations, declining to extend protections to LGBTQIA+ individuals through judicial orders, emphasizing the original ai...

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