It seems that the LGBT community in India is embracing changes to its laws in July last year
“We declare that Section 377 of IPC in so far as it criminalises consensual sexual acts of adults in private is violative of Articles 14, 21 and 15 of the Constitution,” a bench comprising Chief Justice A P Shah and Justice S Murlidhar said.
Sporting a chirpy Happy to be Gay! headline , The Times of India published an interesting article about how India’s LGBT community is now spending money to celebrate. I am very happy for them
T-shirts with witty one-liners, an e-bookstore and a dedicated gay travel boutique – customised products have become increasingly popular among India’s gay community looking at new ways to assert its identity a year after the Delhi High Court decriminalised homosexuality.
Sanjay Malhotra founded Indjapink, India’s first dedicated online gay travel boutique, nearly two years back and has catered to around 500 high-end foreign and Indian tourists.
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