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Conflict of Interest in KPMG's Drafting Of Karnataka’s Forest Plan And Coal India’s Vision Plan, Activists Say 
November 04, 2018

The Karnataka Forest department has asked KPMG, the global financial consultanc

Tourism and Digital Dystopias this World Tourism Day 
September 27, 2018

World Tourism Day arrives annually on September 27th. The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) seizes the moment to tout tourism as..

Is India Trying to Subdue Kashmir Through Religious Tourism? 
July 17, 2018
The Indian state under the increasing influence of Hindu nationalism is using Hindu pilgrimage sites..
“Aswachh Bharat” marks Amarnath yatra 
July 15, 2018

Tourism and Plastic: Exploring the Contours 

June 04, 2018
The threat that plastic poses to the health of the planet has been raising alarm bells for some time..
Study on LGBT And Tourism
October 10, 2016

Study on LGBT and Tourism

Visible Choices, invisible Voices

Study on LGBT and Tourism
Social construction of gender recognises only two sexes – male and female which is based mainly on the reproductive paradigm where two people from the opposite sex come together to produce a new citizen. Belief in this paradigm sets the very basis for heterosexual norms for the society which determines behaviour of people in society. This binary concept of gender leaves no space for people to understand that the linkage between sex and gender is socially constructed and not the natural one.

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Keywords: Equitable Tourisam Options, Tourism, Tourism Impacts, India, LGBT - Lesbian, Gay, Bioisexual, transgender, Sexuality minorities, discrimination  LGBT movements, violence against LGBT communities.  EQUATIONS