The Supreme Court of India announced on Tuesday, April 22 that it plans to hear an appeal of its December 2013 decision to reinstate its sodomy law.
For the first time, LGBT rights are having an impact on politics in India.
The Indian Supreme Court ordered the introduction and legal recognition of a third gender category on Tuesday, April 15.
The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA) has released a map signifying the worst places to be gay in the world. Based on governmental laws, the map highlights places where homosexuality is illegal and in some cases punishable by the death penalty.
IBM intends to host talks with other international corporations such as Google, Dell, and Citigroup in coming months in order to discuss strategies to protect their LGBT employees in India, following the country’s recent re-criminalization of gay sex.
The ruling to reinstate the colonial-era law, Section 377, which criminalizes consensual sex between two men, went under review by the Supreme Court on Friday, December 20.
The Supreme Court of India shocked the world on Wednesday, December 11 by reinstating an old law banning sex between two men.
The Indian state of Gujarat held their first ever Pride parade on Sunday, October 6 in Surat, the states' second largest city, and India's eighth most populated urban center. Nearly 200 participants marched and danced through the streets of Surat in celebration, although many wrapped scarves or masks around their faces in order to conceal their identities.
Q radio station is the latest business venture to openly target gay consumers in India, which has been broadcasting around the clock from Bangalore since September. The radio station follows on from other gay-friendly establishments in India, like travel companies, hotels and an online bookstore.
Creative services agency Red Thread Productions was built on the idea that in business today, everything depends on connections. Andre Gutierrez agrees.