Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳

India has a long history LGBTQ. It was once the LGBTQ capital of the ancient world and its growing in popularity again with more gay right and openly gay celebrities.

1.Narendra Modi

Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳

He had a brief marriage that didn't work out for obvious reasons and has never been able to father children though like some of the members the old British Raj has "adopted" a young boy. He's been a major supporter of LGBTQ rights in India.

2. Ghandi

Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳
Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳

While in South Africa 1908-10 had a torrid homosexual relationship with a man he boasted about being soulmates for a time with his lover the athletic body builder German-jewish arichtect Hermann Kallenbach. Gandhi told Kallenback, "How completely you have taken possession of my body. This is slavery with a vengeance." According to Gandhi's own wife, Gandhi engaged in heterosexual intercourse, but it repulsed him so much it actually made him physically ill, and he vowed never to attempt it again.

3. Jawaharlal Nehru

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Jawaharlal Nehru was the architect of modern India as well as the first prime minister of India and a practicing bisexual. Nehru had homosexual encounters both as an adolescent in Allahabad, as a schoolboy at Harrow, and later as a young man in Cambridge, and perhaps even later. His lovers include the likes of French-Irish tutor, Ferdinand T. Brooks, lady mountbatton and Lord mountbatton. Some of his critics claim he bribed Lord Mountbatton the last British Raj commonly known as Lord Mount-Bottom by us in America with sex for a greater share of India and to stop the Seiks having their own country.

4. King Porous

Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳

This was a great Indian ruler who opposed Alexander the Great's invasion of India. After being defeated at the Battle of the Hydaspes and being captured by the Greek-Macedonians Alexander was so impressed by this the bravery, beauty and muscular body of this 6.6ft giant that he took him as a lover and gifted his kingdom back to him to rule as concubine and his vassal.

5. Freddie Mercury

The legendary front man of Queen. Like Modi He tried marriage to a woman but it didn't work out because n his words he was gay as a daffodil. Like Modi He was very good to his wife. Never had kids. Very sad when he died of Aids.

6. Babur

He was a Mughal ruler of Afganistan and India. Though he had many wives for the purposes of producing children he indulged greatly in his real passion of love making with young hindu male lovers.

7. Leo Varadkar

Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳

Leo Varadkar is a 44 year old Taoiseach(Irish Prime Minister), becoming the youngest person to hold the office. During the Irish 2015 same-sex marriage referendum, he came out as gay – the first Irish government Minister to do so. He is Ireland's first, and the world's fourth, openly gay head of government in modern times. He is also the first Irish government leader of Indian heritage.

8. Dutee Chand

Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳

A professional sprinter from India, Dutee Chand has numerous rewards to her name but what brings her into the limelight is the fact that she is a lesbian. She publicly declared that she is involved in a same-sex relationship. This incident made her the first and only openly gay athlete in India. Emerging India and other Indian Gays couldn’t be more proud of her.

9.Gautam Raghavan

Gautam Raghavan is an Indian American political advisor who is the director of the White House Presidential Personnel Office. Raghavan previously served as the associate director of the Office of Public Liaison in the Obama administration. He was involved in helping Biden "pound out" the recent Boeing deal with Modi.

10. Kal Penn

Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳

You probably know him best as Kumar in the awesome Harold & Kumar movies.

11. Sunny Leone

Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳

She first made a name for herself in porn with both men & women and was noted for her ability to take very large "parts". She has since moved to India and has a role in bollywood TV show big boss.She had her first kiss at lost her virginity at 16 with a basketball player, and discovered her bisexuality at 18. A very famous Indian woman who could litteraly fill an olympic sized swimming pools with the joy she's brought to men over the years. She now lives in India and is married to a white man who has a massive "portfolio" that's 3 times larger than the average Indian "portfolio".

12. Poonam Pandey

Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳

..is a very famous name of Bollywood and her looks are something god gifted to her. Her beauty can make any person fall for her. But her latest pictures with her hottie had broken many hearts! She was spotted kissing her hottie at the party. I gotta admit I had trouble finding Indian lesbian or bisexual women, I can only assume that there aren't many or that they mostly get married to men refraining from lesbian sex or secretly having lesbian sex behind closed doors.

13. Alexander The Great

Most Famous LGBTQ Indians 🇮🇳

Alexander the Great though technically not an ethnic Indian due to his conquests of Egypt, Asia minor, Central Asia, Persia, and India can be considered as part of the furniture of modern India due to the legacy he left behind. Macedonian-Greeks ruled a kingdom in India for 350 years and became part of India, those Macedonian Greeks became part of India. He was famous for in India for his love of Indian men who he made love to as though they were women , even Indian Kings and nobility. Greek architecture, cultural contributions and art are to be found everywhere in India. Several references in Indian literature praise the knowledge of the Yavanas or the Greeks. The Mahabharata compliments them as "the all-knowing Yavanas" (sarvajñā yavanā); e.g., "The Yavanas, O king, are all-knowing; the Suras are particularly so. The mlecchas are wedded to the creations of their own fancy", such as flying machines that are generally called vimanas. The "Brihat-Samhita" of the mathematician Varahamihirasays: "The Greeks, though impure, must be honored since they were trained in sciences and therein, excelled others....." . The last independent Greek kingdom in the world was in India with the rest having been conquered by Romans, partisans and Turks. It fell in 10AD.

Until 2018, homosexuality was illegal and punishable in India. Although the draconian law, which demanded up to life imprisonment for anyone committing sexual acts “against the order of nature”, was scrapped four years ago, a truly inclusive society remains a distant dream. The LGBTQ+ community still faces stigma, violence and legal difficulties. However, some of the country’s most famous personalities, from sports to the film industry and media to business, are trying to change the status quo and make India less of a backward third world country.

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Most Helpful Guys

  • The only person I am familiar with among the people above is Gandhi. I read some of the books about him and watched the movie. He was a very inspiring individual in spite of the very difficult life he had.

    • Did it mention beating his wife, abandoning his first wife and kids as well as sleeping naked with underage girls in his bed?

    • It did not, but you only ever get the side/view of the person making the movie or writing the book. It's like the news, they can bend it however they want.

  • I had no idea that Kal Penn was gay. Thank you for that.

    Also I didn't know Freddie Mercury's ethnicity.

    • Apparently nobody does. Ben Kingsley is Indian too, I just thought he was bald and British

Most Helpful Girls

  • This just amazed me like all the great human beings and big celebrities being supporting LBGTQ and being lesbian proud of them

  • I see that you're totally obsessed with Indians 🙂

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  • i didn't know kal penn was gay? is that true?

    • Loves a cock meat sandwich from big Bob.

    • that's crazy! i never would've guessed. he sure doesn't act gay

    • Could be just pretending like NPR is

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  • The only one I have any respect for in this entire list is Alexander the Great.


    Didn’t know Ghandi was queer. Makes sense. If he had any balls he would have fought the British. Now I think he’s a fraud. He didn’t want non violence because he was some pious fellow. It’s because his queer self has no balls for that kind of thing. No wonder he was held up as a model in HS history class. He was a peace loving hippie and gay. 2 things American schools are driven to turn all students into. Smh.

    • ROFL. Obviously you know little to nothing about Ghandi. Ignorant high-school failure American.

    • “Ignorant HS failure American” You are beyond a doubt one of the stupidest people I’ve come across. The first time you tried insulting me and calling me stupid you couldn’t even spell correctly. Apparently you’ve gotten worse because this time you can’t get sentence structure correct. Let me help you correct your sentence, you meant: “Ignorant American high school failure.” Once again, if you insist on being arrogant and attempting to debase others, most especially by attempting to insult their intelligence, be sure to be able to spell and write sentences properly in English. This way you won’t look twice as dumb as the people who you say are stupid. Let’s try Latin, since I’m so uneducated and since English obviously isn’t your thing. Stultus es, tace, et disce stultus. You call yourself “big white wolf.” You are nothing but a barking puppy. Ego sum verus lupus quoque Exterminatore. Lupus non timet canem latrantem.

    • ROFL. Google translate is an amazing invention isn't it? Quite obvious you used it. What when the proper word for Exterminator in Latin is Exterminatoris NOT Exterminatore. Crassiore cute redi, non tam facile contumelia. Hic lupus hic est, quod te disrumpet.

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  • I like tits of Sunny Leone 😊😉

    • She says you too small

  • Freddie wasn’t an Indian! He was born in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Only people born in India can be called Indians, or nationalised.

    • There are many indians who live in Africa and have for hundreds of years. The British prime minister is Indian and gad never lived in India

    • @hippie That’s not very all inclusive and multicultural of you.

    • @hippieveganjewslim - ROFL. If you want to get your facts right he was Persian. His parents were Persians who lived in India and he by chance happened to be born in Tanzania. Freddie had no real connection with Tanzania or India but his PERSIAN hertigage. As for the rest of your blubbering no people born in other countries can certainly be called Indian because they keep their Indian hertiage, culture, cuisine, etc. very intact for a few generations. So only real difference is they aren't born in India but that doesn't necessaily make them less Indian.

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