'Okay to be gay' after India law change
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Celebrating repeal of India's anti-gay law

In September 2018, homosexuality was made legal in India.

Before that, Section 377 of the Indian penal code was in place, a law imposed on Indian citizens during British occupation.

It penalised intercourse “against the order of nature” with a sentence of life imprisonment.

British Asians tell BBC News how the repeal of the legislation has impacted them.

  • 15 Oct 2018
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