Sikhism and Sexual Orientation

Sikhism And Sexual Orientation

Sikhism has no specific teachings about homosexuality. The Sikh holy book, the Guru Granth Sahib, does not explicitly mention homosexuality.

Read more about Sikhism And Sexual Orientation:  Conflicting Views in Modern Sikhism, Homosexuality in Scripture, See Also

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