Swami Balendu tells of an incident when his daughter very clearly showed that for her, marriage is independent of gender. Read how she comes to this thinking.
Swami Balendu tells of a gay friend who was told by a charity which he supported that he was immoral. Quite obviously, they lost his support!
Swami Balendu describes how a friend had a guru that did not like the fact that he was gay. He asks how one can follow such a guru.
Swami Balendu tells of a homosexual friend who followed a Hindu guru. Read about the inner conflicts he had because his guru did not approve of his homosexuality.
Swami Balendu elaborates on his insights in the year 2006 when he worked a lot with gays and lesbians who told him their stories.
Swami Balendu discusses the reasons for many women in their forties to turn away from husbands and boyfriends in order to get involved with women.
Swami Balendu describes his experience with homosexuals on his journeys to the west in 2006 and before.
Swami Balendu tells how the story continued when he found out his organizer, a former pole dancer, didn't only sell Tantra but also spread the rumour that he was gay!
Swami Balendu describes another form of violence: mental violence which is very common in all religions and which can be crueler than physical violence.
Swami Balendu explains why you should have tolerance if you would like to have your own freedom to express yourself and to be who you are.