Scrapping Section 377: India Became 126th Country To Strike Down The Anti LGBT Law

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India is celebrating the legalization of the gay $ex after section 377 got canceled after the judgment of the Supreme court. India joined 125 other countries in non-criminalizing the gay sex or gay marriages. This step by the supreme court symbolizes the democracy of India. The striking down of the Anti-LGBT law is celebrated across the country and is very much accepted and loved by the citizens.

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India was introduced with section 377 under the British rule almost 80 years prior to Independence. The Anti-LGBT law was the part of British Government’s civilizing mission. The law which India has finally broken free. The judgment of the supreme court has given the citizens an occasion to celebrate the real independence day of the gay people.

Scrapping Section 377: India Became 126th Country To Strike Down The Anti LGBT Law

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The rejection of section 377 took place on 6th September 2018. This date should go down in history for marking the meaning of true independence for people belonging to the LGBT community. This moment is not an occasion of celebration for just the gay people but it is also a moment of pride for all the Indian people as it symbolizes the democracy of India.

The acceptance of the gay people in India has helped many people to finally come out in front of their family and friends and also to proudly accept that they belong to the LGBT community. Earlier due to section 377, it was a criminal act to accept the homosexuality. Not only the homosexuals were afraid to come out but they also used to give themselves a hard time into accepting that they belong to the LGBT community. But the cancelation of section 377 has given them the strength and courage to finally accept the truth.

Scrapping Section 377: India Became 126th Country To Strike Down The Anti LGBT Law

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“Love conquers all” the motto of the legalization of homosexuality stands firm in delivering the message. The people are celebrating the legalization of homosexuality by spreading the rainbow image that symbolizes the LGBT community.

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