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#LegalNow: Seen and heard at the Delhi Queer Pride

The first Pride march in Delhi after the Supreme Court decriminalised consensual gay sex
The Delhi Queer Pride on November 25 was the first such annual march by the LGBTQ communities after the Supreme Court decriminalised consensual gay sex.

Furquan Ameen   |   New Delhi   |   Published 26.11.18, 01:03 AM

At the Delhi Queer Pride on Sunday, there was joy that a milestone had been reached. But there was also a loud message for right-wing detractors of LGBTQ rights. A man came in saffron robes, just to mock the colour. The poster calling to "Smash Brahmincal Patriarchy", which got Jack Dorsey and Twitter into trouble a few days ago, made a reappearance. Allauddin Khilji too was in the march. Here are some of the voices:



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