As if anyone could ever understand the mental struggle of a gay person if not experiencing it for themselves but add on your own family that is supposed to love you unconditionally that is just another layer of betrayal. Then you think about the doubt that then build in yourself, enough to make you seek a treatment to try and make you change your innermost workings is probably more than anyone person could bear. Meet Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, he knew he was gay at the age of 12 but couldn't live as his true self for three decades.
Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil, the 39th direct descendant of India's Gohil Rajput dynasty, knew he was gay at age 12. But he could only live his truth three decades later.
Gohil publicly came out in an interview to