Google has honored America’s great revolutionary Marsha P. Johnson by creating Google Doodle. Lets the question comes, who was Marsha P. Johnson and that is the question what did Marsh P Henson does that Google has also presented her the honor. We want to know about the revolutionary Marsha P. Johnson.

Google has honored America’s great revolutionary Marsha P. Johnson by creating Google Doodle. Let’s come on the question, who was Marsha P. Johnson and what did she do that Google has also offered her the honor. Only Marsha P. Johnson, who left the world quarreling for the rights of homosexuals (LGBTQ +), was able to go ahead and live as a common citizen.

In fact, on 24 August 1945, Marsha P. Johnson, born in the US city of Elizabeth, fought the rights of gays from the late 1960s to the mid-1980s. For this, he created a movement in America and played the main role in this fight by staying on the front. His movement was named ‘Gay Mukti’.

Marsha P. Johnson was born to Malcolm Michaels Jr. His mother’s name was Alberta Claiborne. Marsha P. Johnson belonged to a middle family. Marsha P johnson’s father used to work in a factory. After passing Marsha P. Johnson High School in 1963, he moved to the New York Greenwives Village Shift, a cultural center for LGBTD + people.

Marsha P. Johnson is a lawyer by profession and he was against the male-dominated society. She wanted to authorize homosexuals like the common people through the movement. She wanted those gay people should not be perceived by society from a different point of view. They also laid up the claim that legal action should be allowed against those who discriminated against gays. As per her wish that the lesbian could live by her own will.

 His movement lasted for a long time and today due to the right leadership of this movement and Marsha P Johnson, only gay people could get special rights. As per the information, she was also an AIDS worker. Actually, at that time, the AIDS patient was seen with low feelings, so he also fought against it and spread awareness among the people.

Throughout an interview, she told me that she was a victim of sexual harassment as a child. This accident shook him to the inside. In 1966 as per information she reached a village where she met some lesbians. He saw their way of life and differentiation with them.

After this, he started the movement from here. As per the result of their movement is that today, homosexuals can live life freely. They can get married. Johnson died at the age of 46 on 6 July 1992 in New York City, USA.

In September 2018, the Supreme Court in India, as long as promulgating the historic decision, repealed Section 377, calling homosexual relations a crime. Many films in Bollywood have also been made on gay communities, including Ayushmann Khurrana’s film Shubh Mangal more careful and seen a girl from Sonam Kapoor.

1.Ek ladki ko dekha to aisa Laga

Anil Kapoor, Juhi Chawla, Rajkumar Rao and Sonam Kapoor played the lead roles in this film. That Sonam Kapoor played the character of a gay girl, who falls in love with Kuhu. But Sonam Kapoor’s family does not have any news about this.

2. Shubh mangal jyada savdhaan

Ayushmann Khurrana and Jitendra Kumar play the main roles in this film, which is based on homosexuality. The film delineates the attitude of the people towards the LGBT community.

3. Kapoor & Sons

This film through Alia Bhatt, Fawad Khan, Siddharth Malhotra and Rishi Kapoor is a family drama. Fawad Khan has played the role of Gay in the film. The special thing about the film is that it does not show orthodoxy and shows the truth of life.

4. Bombay Talkies

Bombay Talkies movie is directed by Karan Johar, Anurag Kashyap, Zoya Akhtar, and Dibakar Banerjee, the film is based on the story of a gay couple. Randeep Hooda and Saqib Saleem play the main roles in this film.

5. Fire In the fire made in 1996, homosexuality was shown for the first time through Bollywood films. The film is based on a lesbian relationship, in which Shabana Azmi and Nandita Das play the lead roles.

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