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With the Supreme Court of India finally decriminalising homosexuality in the country, the LGBTQ community's long battle for simply seeking legal standing in the Indian constitution has drawn to a close. It also marks the beginning of a long journey for the LGBTQ people as they seek more rights -- the right to marry for instance, among others -- and negotiate a space for themselves in the mainstream. As we turn the page on one of the most draconian laws and celebrate love, it seems apt to seek it too.
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