Pride Month Special

Indian queer activism history isn’t that long. It can be traced back to the year 1992 when in the month of August a small group of people protested in front of a police station in Delhi, against the arbitrary arrest of people on the suspicion of homosexuality. The scrapping of article 377 by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, was the product of long and sustained activism by various activists and institutions. This journey has been particularly harsh and of course, filled with tribulations, and as Indian society becomes more informed and aware, this journey continues.

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