The chai tapri uncle we visited every day during my girlfriend’s 10-day trip to Delhi saw her kiss me goodbye. Here's what came next.
"Society should know that everyone just wants to live happily."
Let the record show that masses of womxn protested.
The Times of India group has invited entries from the LGBTQIA+ community and their allies for the newspaper's classified section.
People shared stories about coming out at work and what they said will make you laugh, make you sad, frustrate you and warm your heart.
Section 377 doesn't just criminalise certain sexual acts, it also makes it harder for people with HIV/AIDS to access healthcare.
There's a long way to go even if Section 377 is struck down, but I'm confident that the rainbow will shine on.