- Google made doodles
- Remember marsha
- Fought for gay rights
Google Doodle Marsha P Johnson: Google (Google) today honored Marsha P Johnson (Marsha P Johnson), a revolutionary fighting for gay rights in America, by making a doodle (Doodle). Marsha Johnson said goodbye to the world while fighting for gay rights. This same year last year, Google Doodle Celebrating Marsha P. Johnson was posthumously honored as the grand marshal of the New York City Pride March. New York City had announced the erecting of statues of Marsha and her fellow transgender activist Sylvia Rivera in Greenwich Village, one of the first monuments in the world to honor transgender people.
Born on August 24, 1945 in Elizabeth City, US, Marsha P. Johnson (Google Doodle Marsha P Johnson) came to Greenwich Village in New York City after graduating high school in 1963, a cultural center for LGBTQ + people used to go. Here he legally changed his name to Marsha P. Johnson. The word P (Pay It No Mind) in his name allegedly stood for the reaction of those who wanted to question his gender. Marsha P. Johnson, the Google Doodle Honors, is considered one of the key leaders of the 1969 rebellion at Stonewall, which was also a turning point for the wider international LGBTQ + rights movement. He wanted to empower the gays like the general public through the movement.
In September 2018, the Supreme Court in India, while announcing the historic decision, repealed Section 377, calling homosexual relations a crime. In Bollywood too, many films have been made on gay communities, including Ayushman Khurana's film Shubh Mangal more careful and seen a girl from Sonam Kapoor.
1. It looked like when I saw a girl
Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla, Rajkumar Rao and Sonam Kapoor played the lead roles in this film. In this film, Sonam Kapoor played the character of a gay girl, who falls in love with Kuhu. But his family does not have any news about this.
2. Auspicious Mars more careful
Ayushmann Khurrana and Jitendra Kumar play the lead roles in this film, which is based on homosexuality. The film depicts the attitude of the people towards the LGBT community.
3. Kapoor & Sons
This film by Alia Bhatt, Fawad Khan, Siddharth Malhotra and Rishi Kapoor is a family drama. Fawad Khan has played the character of Gay in the film. The special thing of the film is that it does not show orthodoxy, showing the truth of life.
4. Bombay Talkies
Directed by Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar and Dibakar Banerjee, the film is based on the story of a gay couple. Randeep Hooda and Saqib Saleem play the lead roles in this film.
In the fire made in 1996, homosexuality was shown for the first time through Bollywood films. The film is based on a lesbian relationship, in which Shabana Azmi and Nandita Das play the lead roles.