Supporters of Delhi Gay Pride at Connaught Place

Delhi Queer Pride members protest against the upholding of section 377 by the supreme court.

Section 377 is a British law introduced in India in 1860. The British people themselves stopped practicing the law since 1960, whereas in India the law still exists.

Delhi Queer Pride Committee, a space for queer and queer-supportive individuals based in Delhi who collectively organise annual Queer Pride celebrations and events in the Indian capital.

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