Section 377 makes criminals out of Pandian, Kokila and 2.5 mn LGBTs for their very existence, that’s why SC must revisit it
Section 377 has real repercussions on real people. People like you and I. People who have friends and families
What must be borne in mind about IPC's Section 377: Rapists, not homosexuals, are real threat to society
The argument in defence of Section 377 is crude and a load of nonsense. It has no legs to stand on. The passionate position that it must continue because otherwise India will turn into a playground of sexual perverts is just overstretched imagination.
Rainbow at end of the tunnel? Curative petition on Section 377, a last legal remedy to toss draconian law out
In their bid to decriminalise Section 377, The LGBTQI groups have mobilised themselves, hundreds of gay men and women came out to their families, friends and to the world — because the personal is political.
Trans-formative announcement: Kerala flags off 'first-of-its-kind' justice board for transgender community
Kerala on Wednesday, announced that there would be a justice board set up to exclusively for the transgender community
Alleging that the Rights of Transgender Persons Bill that was passed by Rajya Sabha earlier this year has anomalies and lacks clarity, activists have demanded that the government works on a national policy for the community
The Law Minister today tweeted that the Centre had filed a review petition in the Supreme Court over the contentious law.
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While Vatsyayana, Manu and Kautilya provide rich references to both sides of this debate, we mustn't be trapped in the past.
The Centre may be readying a review petition against the Supreme Court verdict against homosexuality.
Hundreds participated in protest rallies held around the country to protest against the Supreme Court's decision to make homosexuality illegal again.
Sexuality has been woven into the fabric of our mythology as much as the clichéd but ever-alluring eternal battle of good and evil.
The Congress president has said she hopes Parliament would take up the matter and pass legislation to strike down section 377 of the Indian Penal Code.
The Supreme Court's verdict on Section 377 is twisted logic at best.
As our courts failed to deliver the promise of legality, which would go some way towards mainstream acceptance of an identity, should we reevaluate our need for this acceptance.
Rights activists protested the Supreme Court's verdict on Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code at Jantar Mantar and promised it was the start of a long struggle.
We track the latest developments on the Supreme Court's verdict on whether the Delhi High Court verdict decriminalising homosexuality should be upheld.
Activists in the queer community are keeping their fingers crossed as they await a judgement that could immensely change the tide of gender rights movement in India.