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Tamils are a minority in Sri Lanka, as is being gay, so not an easy life for Arjy.Growing up in Colombo in the 1980s, my family lived with continuous fear of bomb attacks.Despite attempts by the UN and various Sri Lankan LGBT protest groups to question and repeal these laws, the government has not historically been the most obliging: Former President Rajapaksa, stated gay marriage would ruin the Buddhist heritage of the nation.He also opposed Norway’s ambassador to Sri Lanka (Grete Lochen) bringing her wife into Sri Lanka arguing that lesbian marriages are not legal in Sri Lanka, so allowing *them* in would encourage Sri Lankan women to want to behave in The recent government of Maithripala Sirisena is sadly no better.My friends have faced such bitter experience for being “out”, particularly in rural areas.Another friend came out to his family and his father had a heart attack when he found out.
When travelling on public transport there was an intense paranoia and everyone suspected everyone of being a suicide bomber.
I’ve not heard of anyone ever being convicted under sections 365 or 365A. For example they target places gays use to meet like parks, beaches and public toilets and frighten them into paying a bribe, sometimes physically assaulting them. Many of my gay friends have married women to relieve them from family pressure, but in doing so they create more problems resulting in divorce, fleeing the country and in more extreme cases, suicides.
Once I witnessed an assault by a group of three tuk tuk drivers in Colombo victimising a transgender. Even in the UK this is a common problem amongst some Asian communities.
They recently announced they would do everything to prevent LGBT rights from being introduced in Sri Lanka.
Tourism and Christian Affairs Minister John Amaratunga said that both he and Prime Minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, would ensure such rights would not be introduced in the new constitution.