On 11 Decemberon responding an appeal filed by an astrologer Suresh Kumar Koushal and others,  the Supreme Court of India upheld the constitutionality of Section of the IPC, and stated that the Court was instead deferring to Indian legislators to provide the sought-after clarity. It validates us as humans. Retrieved 15 November India did not maintain a separate database of prosecution under section until Govt to legislate against criminalising homosexuality?
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Indian LGBT community holds its first Pride March in Gujarat
On 11 Decemberthe Supreme Court set aside the Delhi High Court order decriminalising consensual homosexual activity within its jurisdiction. Others gathered said that, while they had anticipated a positive outcome, the result still came as a shock. Madurai celebrated city's first LGBTQ Rainbow festival on 29 JulyAnjali Gopalan inaugurated Alan Turing Rainbow festival and flagged off the Asia's first Gender queer pride parade as a part of Turing Rainbow festival organised by Srishti Madurai, a literary and resource circle for alternative gender and sexualities. Inthe Delhi High Court ruled that the ban on consensual gay sex violated fundamental rights. Should same-sex marriage be legal?
In doing so he alleged that the law even penalises health workers who treat homosexuals, while making this a cognizable and non-bailable offence. The group, named "Trust," provides counseling, support and sexual health services to gay and transgender persons. There are currently several same-sex marriage petitions pending with the courts. It's a mix of feelings, it's been a long fight," said rights campaigner Rituparna Borah. LGBT history of India. The Sushruta Samhita and the Charaka Samhita delve further into the issue of homosexuality, stating that homosexuals are conceived when the father's semen is scanty and transgender people are conceived when the father and mother reverse roles during intercourse purushayita"woman on top". There are many avenues for the LGBT community in metro cities for meeting and socialising, although not very openly.