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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.But, however open-minded Sirisena’s government is, change will not happen over night.Exposing my sexual identity could affect my job, embarrass my family and could even be life threatening.My friends have faced such bitter experience for being “out”, particularly in rural areas.There is no guidance as to what exactly “gross indecency” is or isn’t, which leaves it open to abuse by the police to victimise the LGBT community.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.But coming here some 30 years later in late 2014, we wondered if much has changed.
It tells the story of a young Tamil gay boy called Arjy growing up in 1980s Sri Lanka during the civil war era, struggling to come to grips with his homosexuality in a very religious and traditional family and society.
When travelling on public transport there was an intense paranoia and everyone suspected everyone of being a suicide bomber.
If a suspicious bag was found without an owner, people panicked and ran away.
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.
As foreigners in Sri Lanka, we had a lovely time, completely trouble free and found the locals to be very friendly, kind-hearted people.