Criminalising the personal behaviour of consenting adults on the basis of their sexual preference is totally contrary to their Human Rights. In our practice we have to help couples with different sexual orientation build their families. Our experience says all these parents also make very successful and strong families.
The world is changing its attitude towards sexual orientation of people either in the form of leniency towards their orientation or legalizing their marriage. We all know that this different sexual orientation has been in India since ancient times as documented in our Epics.
The society has also developed a broader outlook towards this issue. We believe that everybody involved directly or indirectly in empowering basic Human Rights should acknowledge individual sexual orientation as their personal issue and not as a criminal act.