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Wrapped in a Cocoon

There is a vast gap between being a minority and becoming a minority. It is minoritisation and marginalisation that the sexual minority groups in West Bengal protest against. There has to be an effort on the part of all participants of the movement to relentlessly uphold the democratic credentials of the movement and not to compromise on the issue of linking democracy with the end of marginalisation.

Sexual Minorities in West Bengal

Margins in a democracy are

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