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Same-sex marriage : LGBTQ+ Indians vow to fight on after setback

Indian same sex marriage

Indian same sex marriage

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI, October 17 (Openly) – LGBTQ+ Indians vowed on Tuesday to persevere in their quest for marriage equality, even after the Supreme Court ruled against legalizing same-sex marriages. However, they fear a long delay due to government resistance to same-sex unions. A five-judge panel sent the hot topic back to parliament to decide, shattering the aspirations of millions of LGBTQ+ individuals in the world’s most densely populated country. This comes five years after the jurisdiction abolished a colonial-era prohibition on same-sex relations. The court also ruled that same-sex couples do not have the privilege of adopting. “We may falter in our march towards equality, but our resolve remains unwavering,” said Saattvic, a gay Indian residing with his partner in Vancouver, Canada, introducing himself only by his first name. Calling the judicial resolution “disconcerting”, Saattvic believes it justified his relocation to a nation where same-sex marriage is recognized. Read full article

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