section 377

The fight against Section 377 continues

A huge section of the Indian society, including advocates and members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer communities have been fighting for the reversal of Section 377 that criminalizes and punishes all sexual acts that are deemed as ‘unnatural’. In 2009, the Delhi High Court issued a verdict making the law inapplicable in […]

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LGBTQI

India’s Supreme Court Considers Decriminalising Gay Sex

The Indian Supreme Court recently started hearing a case against one of the most ancient laws to exist today – Section 377 that criminalises consensual gay sex. The debate against Section 377 references to wider issues concerning the state of equal rights in the country. From United States and Canada to England and Nepal, international […]

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A shade of Pink – Keshav Suri

In light of the recent hearing at the Supreme Court against the law criminalising consensual sex amongst the same sex, it seems as if the LGBTQI community is in it for the long haul. They deserve all assistance they can muster to defeat an archaic law that looms over their freedom. The Executive Director of […]

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