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“Many [LGBTQ] South Asians feel so alienated and isolated from the broader South Asian community, the broader [LGBTQ] community, and U. society in general, that any intervention targeting this population should address changing cultural norms in order to be effective and responsive,” the study, which was published on said.
Religion, Family and Community Pressure Many South Asian-Americans admit that coming out to family is an enormous challenge.
Many fear rejection, worry about disappointing their parents or being viewed as brining a bad reputation to the family.
Although she became aware of her sexuality at an early age, she never really spoke about it.
“As long as you keep the tongue tied and let the blind ignore the obvious, being a lesbian is a piece of cake,” she wrote.
Several Indian-Americans, who belong to the LGBTQA community, told India Abroad that coming out often involves bridging gaps between their sexuality, culture and the community.