Indian State Minister Says Lesbianism Against Culture, School Threatened To Expel Girls

A school in Kolkata, India, has found a warped way to discipline its students and the state’s Education Minister Partha Chaterjee seemed to endorse it. On Wednesday, the minister said he saw reason in the school’s skewed disciplinary method of getting a few students to sign a written “confession” about their sexual orientation.

The incident that took place on 8 March involved 10 students of the Kamala Girls’ School in south Kolkata, who were apparently “being naughty” in class. The school allegedly received complaints from other students and were compelled to act.

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