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Father Claims Daughter Was Forced Into Gay 'Marriage' With Black Magic

Father Claims Daughter Was Forced Into Gay 'Marriage' With Black Magic

Father Claims Daughter Was Forced Into Gay 'Marriage' With Black Magic

He has gone to police with his allegations.

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The father of a woman in India has gone to police with claims that another woman has used black magic to coerce her into a lesbian relationship.

Same-sex marriage still isn’t legal in the country, but India’s ban on gay sex was deemed unconstitutional last year, opening the door for same-sex couples to register their relationship with local authorities.

Sabitri Parida and Monalisa Nayak, both adult women in their late 20s, went through this registration process on Saturday. They also held a ceremony sharing their vows, essentially committing to live their lives as a married couple.

But now Nayak’s father is claiming Parida forced the union.

“The other girl has done black magic on my daughter when she was at her uncle’s house,” he apparently complained to the police.

And police are actually investigating the claims.

“[Nayak] will be interrogated to ascertain whether she has been forced to maintain the relationship with the other girl or it was her own choice,” said Pattamundai Police Station officer Pramod Mallick.

The New Indian Express, which reported on the filing, says the women claim to have been in a relationship for over four years.

The couple also says their parents previously asked them to break up, but they ignored the request.

“We wanted to prove to the society that there was nothing wrong in living with a partner of the same sex," they said of their union. "Our marriage will be a victory against the stigma and humiliation that our community has been facing across the country."

Maybe someone could try some black magic to make homophobes more accepting.

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Rachel Kiley

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.