Buddhist women, including nuns, have faced harsh discrimination by Buddhist institutions in Asia for centuries. There is gender inequality in most of the world's religions, of course, but that's no excuse. Is sexism intrinsic to Buddhism.

-The Tibetan Buddhist leader, Dalia Lama has been threaten to be  exiled from his country, I am in a semi-retirement position. I changed a tradition which has been there for four centuries. What was started by the fifth Dalai Lama was ended by 14th Dalai Lama i.e. me. I am happy and proud," he had said.
-Tibet also cannot gain complete political freedom from China,
"During his one-hour meeting with Dr Sabathil, Mr Penpa Tsering briefed him on the current human rights situation inside Tibet, particularly on the spate of self-immolations taking place in Tibet. He also apprised him about repercussions of the repressive and discriminatory Chinese government‘s policies on political, social, economic and environmental rights of the Tibetans in Tibet."
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