There's a long way to go even if Section 377 is struck down, but I'm confident that the rainbow will shine on.
Tag: Section 377
The Fight Doesn’t End With 377, Queer Politics Needs to Move Beyond Privacy
We need to also fight the Anti-Trafficking Bill, because once it becomes law, it will effectively criminalise all non-normative sexuality.
Pride and Prejudice: The Desires of Indian Queer Women
Though queer women are not technically covered under Section 377, IPC, the effect of the law on them has been disastrous, to say the least.
‘Love, Simon’ is the Sweet Story India’s LGBTQ+ Community Deserves but Didn’t Get
Revolutions begin with stories, and underneath the important discussions of representation and queer politics surrounding this film, that is all it is – a story.
The Trials and Tribulations of Millennial Queer Dating
For a queer person, dating can be disastrous – from discrimination both outside and within the community to the lack of safety nets available. If basic civil protections aren't …
Writing with My Body, or Queer Expression as Resistance
When it comes to the queer movement, the body is the primary site of contestation.