India Makes Historic Amendment Of Decriminalizing Of Homosexuality; “Gay Sex Is Not Crime”

India Makes Historic Amendment Of Decriminalizing Of Homosexuality; “Gay Sex Is Not Crime”

Bollywood celebs rejoicing the decision of India’s Supreme Court  lifting a ban on gay sex of section 377; making gay and lesbian sex legal. 

Let September 6, 2018 be remembered as the day where all Indians started loving equally without any fear! The Supreme Court of India has delivered a historic and a landmark judgement where it has decriminalized homosexuality. Delivering his verdict on IPC Section 377, Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra said, “I am what I am. So take me as I am. No one can escape from their individuality.” In the country where Indians can finally love freely irrespective of their sex— Bollywood too is celebrating this historic judgement by embracing its individual opinions.

Among the first ones to react to this jubilant news were filmmaker Karan Johar and fashion designer Manish Malhotra.

The news of decriminalizing homosexuality is a relief to all the people of the LGBT community, whether in Bollywood or the masses as now they can live and love equally while feeling safe in their country.

Other Bollywood celebrities who celebrated this historic judgement were:

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Love 🌈 Victory 🌈 Freedom 🌈 #Section377

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Well done India! 🌈

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Legalisation of homosexuality is marked as an historic day in India and twitterati cries with tears of joy

 

Many of the celebrities who are tweeting and posting Instagram posts about the abolishment of section 377 are related to the LGBT community directly or indirectly, in some manner. Hopefully due to this judgement maybe now there will not anymore cringy jokes on gays and lesbians in Bollywood movies?

While Supreme Court’s this judgement is the first step towards ending the mental and physical torture on the LGBT community members— this day is also a new ray of hope for all the Indians who lived in darkness because of their sexuality.

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