Culture > “Yes, our son is gay”: A Nepali father’s awakening

Adheep and Tobi on the day of their marriage in Malsch, Germany. There was no option for them to get married in Nepal because the country’s legal system has only imagined marriage between opposite sexes. Photo courtesy: Bhojraj Pokharel

  • Anonymous

    thanks for writing this article for us . hope this will go to every people mind

  • Anonymous

    What a great personality he is! It takes gut to open up about one’s personal matter in the country like Nepal where more than 95% of population can never dare to do so. He is a rae one. His son is lucky to have a family like that. Huge respect sir

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