Kerala LGBT Couple Move Court To Get Their Marriage Registered Under Transgender Identities


On February 14 when the world marks Valentine’s Day, Manu Karthika and Syama S Prabha will start their new journey in life as a couple. The duo is set to tie the knot on Monday, in a traditional Hindu ceremony with the blessings of their family. Manu is a transman from Thrissur and Syama is a trans woman from Thiruvananthapuram. The couple also wants to make their wedding the first in the state to be registered under the special marriage act as a marriage between two transgenders.

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