Mumbai Hosts First Same Sex Wedding Party After SC Verdict

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02/05/2019

For Vinodh Philip, there couldn’t be a better tribute than his wedding reception to the city that embraced him and saw him through his toughest turmoil. Nearly five months after the Supreme Court decriminalized Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, the 43-year-old founder of Rainbow Voices Mumbai, India’s first LGBTI choir, and his husband French resident, Vincent Illaire, 47, held their reception at a Kanjurmarg hotel on February 1 – and received nothing but love in return.

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