There have been "countless" same-sex marriages between gay and lesbian Muslims, Britain's first Muslim drag queen says.
According to Asifa Lahore, 34, the country has a "thriving" Muslim LGBT community.
Ms Lahore was brought up in west London by a devout Muslim family with a Pakistani background. She was born Asif Quraishi and married another gay man of Pakistani heritage in July 2014, months after same-sex marriages were permitted in March that year.
Ms Lahore appeared on Channel 4's Muslim Drag Queens in 2015, billed as Britain's first Muslim drag performer. She began the process of gender transition to become a woman this year.