'You may disagree with gay sex but you know I exist'
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A year of being gay and legal in India

India's Supreme Court struck down a colonial-era law that criminalised homosexuality on 6 September last year.

One year later, a member of the LGBT community talks to the BBC about whether anything has changed.

Video by Vikas Pandey and Anshul Verma

  • 09 Sep 2019
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