Twitter divided over Ravi Shankar's comment that homosexuality is 'tendency'

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Reigniting LGBT debate, Art of Living (AOL) founder and spiritual guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar sparked a controversy after replying to a query of a student in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) on homosexuality saying that being a gay s is a temporary tendency and it's nothing that can not be fixed.

The minister said representatives from the BJP or the government have not been "invited" for the meeting Ravi Shankar has called on November 16.

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S. Prakash further said Owaisi had no role to play in the Ayodhya dispute, which he should understand. "Sri Sri has no concrete formula for resolving the issue and Muslim community will not back down on the dispute", sources said, adding that the AIMPLB wanted the spiritual guru to first convince Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) on the issue and then get back to the Board in writing. "He (Sri Sri Ravi Shankar) should not indulge in any kite flying". Speaking at JNU on Monday, the well known spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar said that being homosexual is a "tendency" that "may change" later.

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