Colour & confidence: Marching with queer pride

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02/25/2019

Even as the Supreme Court struck down section 377 of the Indian Penal Code in a landmark judgement in September last year, the queer community’s fight for acceptance and various rights continues. Some fight their battles within themselves, some with families, and some with society at large. Making themselves visible as unapologetically queer, scores of young people gathered at the municipal parking plot near Ankur Crossroads in Ahmedabad on Sunday morning to participate in the Ahmedabad Queer Pride Parade (AQPP), which culminated at Darpana Academy in Usmanpura.

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