There is no question that there are a lot of reasons why people in India are being bullied for being LGBT.
The fact that a large majority of the people being targeted are LGBTI does not help.
However, one thing that seems to be getting overlooked in the debate is the fact that there is a gay porn industry in India, and the industry is thriving.
India is home to more than half of the world’s gay porn content, and there are more than 400 studios, with an estimated 400,000 subscribers to the platform.
While many people are concerned about the issue of bullying, the industry’s success is actually one of the reasons for the country’s increasing acceptance of LGBTI people.
Gay porn is one of those rare industries where the studios can have more freedom of expression.
According to the Association of Gay Film Producers, India has one of only six countries in the world where there is no laws against gay porn.
The government is actively looking to decriminalize the industry, and several other states have made it a priority.
“In India, it’s not the same as in other countries, where they have the laws that make it illegal to make films or films to promote homosexuality,” says Nandi Shankar, a producer for the Indian gay porn network Pornhub.
“We do not have the same kind of pressure as in countries where it’s like the other way around, like in the UK.
It’s a bit more like in Europe where people can make films about gay people.”
Despite the success of the porn industry, there are still a lot questions surrounding its safety and morality.
For example, many of the studios in India don’t have security cameras, and some companies do not allow users to have their photos posted on their sites.
Even when it comes to the business aspect of being in the business, there is still a stigma attached to being LGBTI.
“Even if we get to a certain level of acceptance in India now, we can’t expect that to continue forever,” says Mr. Shankar.
“I think the stigma that we are experiencing today is just the tip of the iceberg.”