Participants from all over Manipal had come to attend the peaceful ally march that was conducted by Article 19, the media-fest body of the School of Communication. It was encouraging to find the large crowd supportive of the LGBTQ community and responding enthusiastically to the march.
The Supreme Court reserved its judgement on the issue of the validity of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code on Tuesday. The MIT Post takes a look at the hearing that began last week and reaches out to members of the society for their reactions.
In an opportunity to delve into the thoughts of one of Karnataka’s most well known LGBTQ+ rights activists, we’ve unearthed a trove of thoughtful insight into India’s growing queer rights movement, and what goes into making Bangalore’s Namma Pride tick.