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Saisha Shinde denied donating her blood and the reason will shock you

Lock Upp contestant Saisha Shinde is a person who doesn’t hold back when it comes to speaking her mind. She has recently gained attention for her open confessions and shocking discoveries during media appearances. Saisha said in a recent interview that she had previously been denied blood donation because, by some medical standards, she was thought to be carrying STDs. In addition, the designer stated that lesbians, homosexual males, and transgender persons cannot donate blood because they all fall into the same group.

Speaking with HT City, Saisha recounted that when she was en route to give blood, the relevant officials called to let her know that certain medical regulations would prevent her from doing so. She referred to the incident as “beyond discriminatory.” The fashion designer continued by saying that after being stunned, she “researched and discovered about the blood referral.” Some people are prohibited from donating blood under those rules.

 

 

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“People who are in the high-risk category of illnesses. This is why transgender, gay men, and lesbians cannot donate blood Apparently we come in those categories of carrying STDs. The irony is two years ago I donated my blood but now because my identity has changed I cannot donate blood. As if my blood has changed. But it’s not. I could be carrying those diseases as a gay man. It is beyond discriminatory,” Saisha was quoted saying. During Pride Month, Shinde was involved in this startling occurrence.

Saisha Shinde was last seen in the contentious reality program “Lock Upp,” which Kangana Ranaut hosted and where she admitted to admiring the comedian Munawar Faruqui.

 

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