With Delhi High Court legalising gay sex, India on Thursday become the 127th country in the world to decriminalise homosexuality while 80 nations still consider it as an offence.
The process of legal sanction to homosexual acts began in 1989 when Denmark became the first country to grant a status on a par with married couples to same sex partners which was soon followed by other European countries.
Seven years thereafter, Norway, Sweden and Iceland enacted similar legislation in 1996 and Finland followed suit six years later. More...
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