Indian Gay rights protestors

Indian Gay rights protestors pose for a photograph during the Queer Azadi March in Mumbai. A demonstration was held in India's financial capital calling for the removal of article 377 of the Indian Penal Code, a British colonial-era provision in Indian law which prohibits "carnal intercourse against the order of nature," which activists say criminalises homosexuality, and the penalty for which is 10 years custodial sentence.
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( SAJJAD HUSSAIN, AFP/GETTY IMAGES / August 16, 2008 )

Indian Gay rights protestors pose for a photograph during the Queer Azadi March in Mumbai. A demonstration was held in India's financial capital calling for the removal of article 377 of the Indian Penal Code, a British colonial-era provision in Indian law which prohibits "carnal intercourse against the order of nature," which activists say criminalises homosexuality, and the penalty for which is 10 years custodial sentence.

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