ADDED ON: 10/19/2022

Royal Rebels: Amar Singh and Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil

10/18/2022 | Vanity Fair

They say it takes a village. But as the world continues to tilt on its current axis of lunacy, with even basic human rights being scoffed at by those who think they know better, a battalion seems more apt. Let us shine a spotlight on just one of the various pockets of delusional law that exist around our planet in 2022: conversion therapy. Yes, it’s still “a thing”. The aim—to de-gay someone. Or to “cure” someone’s “crisis” of gender identity. If you don’t identify as straight, male or female, you need to be ‘fixed’. You are not adequately human. Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, known as the world’s first openly gay prince, has been a face of India’s LGBTQ movement for years. He has weathered death threats, disownment and the aforementioned conversion therapy. Amar Singh—a 33-year-old arts patron, entrepreneur, and member of India’s Kapurthala Royal Family—has called upon his own vast resources to fight for the rights of women and LGBTQ people around the world. He pledged to give $5 million worth of art by women and LGBTQ artists to museums worldwide by 2025, and has already donated this value of art in under two years.


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