Jump to navigation. The film is based on the story of Dr. Srinivas Ramchandra Siras, a professor, whose service was terminated weeks before his retirement as he was captured making love to a rickshaw puller on camera.
Yuan speaks at universities, churches, and conferences all around the world about his unlikely journey to Jesus and "holy sexuality. When Yuan came out as gay to his Chinese parents at 23, they gave him an ultimatum: choose us or them. During that time, his mother, Angela, was going to commit suicide, but instead of ending her life, she found new life as a born-again Christian.
An Oxford University professor has defended himself against allegations of homophobia after students signed a petition calling for him to be removed from teaching. The paper in question was a testimony to a referendum on anti-discrimination laws in the US state of Coloradohe said. I have friends and my family have friends.
Article has been repealed, and Manoj Bajpayeewho is currently shooting in Ladakh, is celebrating the fall of the draconian law criminalizing homosexuality. Manoj recalls the struggle he went through while playing the gay professor. All our friends in the LGBT community need our help and support.
Ramchandra Siras — 7 April was an Indian linguist and author. In he got his doctorate in Marathi and a master's in psychology. Siras suffered from fits at a young age and was advised against marriage.
Ashley Tellis, Associate Professor and an LGBT rights activist was sacked by a Bengaluru college citing his involvement in "anti-college activities" and for hurting the "sensitivities of undergraduate students from heterogeneous backgrounds" in his classes. Aligarh, the movie based on the life of gay professor of the AMU University is now facing an opposition from city Mayor Shakuntala Bharti and student bodywho says the movie is an attempt to "defame" the city. The actor plays a gay professor in the Hansal Mehta-directed film.
His lawyer is known for representing accused male students in Title IX proceedings. Sexual history is supposed to be off-limits when interviewing parties in a sexual-assault legal proceeding, unless the questions are relevant to the accusations. The University of Michigan, however, is making sexual history front and center in its fight against a lawsuit by a former student that accused the school of turning a blind eye to sexual misconduct by a gay professor.
I was born in California, but my parents moved to Westford, Mass. While I remember living in California, I call Massachusetts home. Westford is a fairly small town, and from my childhood bedroom I could see dairy cows grazing on the other side of a corn field. One of the advantages of growing up somewhere fairly rural was the dark skies.
From the outset, the blog is explicitly clear that its purpose is to make an argument against gay people being allowed to marry. It says:. It is far better that they should live in a committed exclusive relationship, than that they should live the notoriously promiscuous, reckless, and obscene lifestyle characteristic of the cultural venues of the gay community.
When a gay professor at one of India's most prestigious universities was found dead two months after vigilantes barged into his house with a video camera and caught him in a naked tryst with a bicycle rickshaw driver, police concluded it was suicide. He had been suspended from his teaching duties for "immoral sexual activity" and publicly outed in a society deeply prejudiced against gay people, and there was poison in his blood. But activists and former colleagues of Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras, a professor of Indian literature at Aligarh Muslim University in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, are puzzled by a few odd details of his death—his cellphone was missing, his ATM card was used either just before or just after his death, and while the room where his body was found was locked from the inside, the front door of the house was bolted and padlocked on the outside.