What It Felt Like to Be Queer The Day Section 377 Was Read Down

Sep 05, 2019, 05:15 PM
Around 157 years after Section 377 of the IPC, a law that criminalised homosexual acts between consenting adults, was introduced in British India, its discrimnating parts were finally struck down in the Supreme Court on 6 September 2018.

It’s been a year since that historic judgment was passed and in this episode of Where Were You When, four members of Delhi's queer community share their stories from the day Section 377 was watered down. How much has changed since? And what is the agenda forward? Tune in!