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As you may know by now, the Supreme Court has seen it fit to reject all of the review petitions against the 11th Dec verdict. We will continue the fight and explore all legal and political options. Come join us TODAY for a silent peaceful candle light vigil ! When : 7.30 pm to 8.30 pm, today (Jan […]
SC refuses to review its verdict criminalizing gay sex – The Times of India A SC bench dismissed review petitions filed by the Centre and gay rights activists against its December 2013 verdict, saying there is no merit in them.
Understand what this protest today is. It is the collective rage and frustration of a community disbarred from every semblance of normality for like, well, ever. In more than 35 cities across the globe today, LGBT people, their straight friends and allies, are protesting. Will you be there to stand with me? Will you be […]
This one has been doing the rounds, but I’m stealing it right now from Varta: Six things you should know after the Supreme Court verdict on Section 377, Indian Penal Code: a) On December 11, 2013, the Supreme Court reversed the Delhi High Court ruling on Section 377, which means this law is back in […]
After Wednesday’s ruling, I think it’s important to note how Section 377 affects us, as queer women: the law has been interpreted by the judiciary as applying to anal intercourse between two men, and that too requiring proof for any conviction to occur. In a case from around 2003 (I’ve forgotten the exact details of […]