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Same-sex relations legal in India now! Celebrations across the nation

For more than 60 years after India gained independence, today, the Supreme Court has decriminalised gay sex. The LGBT community celebrate their victory with great zeal for attaining equal rights in India.

India TV Lifestyle Desk [ Updated: September 06, 2018 18:51 IST ]
  • LGBT community celebrates across the nation as gay sex in India becomes legal.
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    LGBT community celebrates across the nation as gay sex in India becomes legal.

  • From now on, LGBT Community has same rights as of any ordinary citizen in India.
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    From now on, LGBT Community has same rights as of any ordinary citizen in India.

  • As gay sex is legal in India now, celebration breaks out across the nation.
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    As gay sex is legal in India now, celebration breaks out across the nation.

  • Yes, Section 377 is out! Look at these girls who are so thrilled to hear Supreme Court's historic verdict which marks a new beginning for LGBTQ India.
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    Yes, Section 377 is out! Look at these girls who are so thrilled to hear Supreme Court's historic verdict which marks a new beginning for LGBTQ India.

  • You can now legally marry a person who belongs to the same sex. Look at this happy gay couple for whom love prevails amidst chaos.
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    You can now legally marry a person who belongs to the same sex. Look at this happy gay couple for whom love prevails amidst chaos.

  • A proud LGBTQ community member looks all happy with Supreme Court of India allowing citizens to love whoever they want without being imprisoned for it.
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    A proud LGBTQ community member looks all happy with Supreme Court of India allowing citizens to love whoever they want without being imprisoned for it.

  • We congratulate to LGBT Community which finally won its rights after a long fight.
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    We congratulate to LGBT Community which finally won its rights after a long fight.

  • For more than 60 years after India gained independence, the Supreme Court today announced that citizens can now love whoever they want without being harassed.
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    For more than 60 years after India gained independence, the Supreme Court today announced that citizens can now love whoever they want without being harassed.

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    "Our heart is beaming with happiness and pride as Supreme Court abolishes Section 377, making gay sex legal in India", said one of the LGBTQ community member.

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