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Hilarious Memes on Decriminalization of Gay Sex In India

September 6, 2018, is the historic day for Indian LGBTI community as India’s Supreme Court has decriminalized the sections 377 of IPC. Now, the gay sex in India is no more taboo or punishable offense in Indian law, and LGBT people and their supporters are celebrating the moment.

Now, when the Indians are celebrating the freedom of getting human rights, if not all but at least in one faction, the social media brigade is coming up with hilarious memes. Twitterati is using its creativity to depict the post-verdict scenario and how it will impact different segments of the society but in a funny way.

Twitterati on Legalization of Gay Sex In India

Karan Johar was one of the first Bollywood celebrities who acknowledged the decriminalization of Gay sex in India. And, there was no reason for his fans to not anticipate him among those who are going to be the happiest one.

First of all, this accurate representation of today’s verdict and the role of Supreme Court of India’s legalization of homosexuality through the following graphic was on point.

https://twitter.com/EastIndiaComedy/status/1037590289312047104

And, this meme says it all.

Teachers have got more reasons to doubt what might be going on between the students of the same gender, other than studies.

There Will Be Need to Keep An Eye on Everyone Irrespective of Gender

There might be a shift in the direction of insecurities, especially for those who doubt the inclinations of their partners.

Those who couldn’t do it in public, before.

Now, this is going to be the scenario as Indians now don’t have legal issues in confessing about their sexual orientation. And, different genders are more open to discover the common grounds between them.

And, boys have got more things to pretend more lies to tell, and more ways to what might be an attempt to impress the opposite gender.

This guy now fears rejection from more people now.

India Needs to Free Its Society In Several Other Ways As Well

India seems to have taken a progressive step by allowing people to behave the way they are. But, the country indeed needs to go along away for achieving true freedom and detach itself from the biasedness and prejudice. The state also needs to pass laws to end discrimination by caste and creed. And, for this purpose country’s legislature needs to take a step. The legalization of gay sex in India is one thing, there is much more to be done.

This Twitter user is particularly right on elaborately point out what else needs to be changed in India.

Bilal
Bilal is a graduate in Economics and Political Science. He has a keen interest in political and economic issues. He conducts in-depth analysis on policy matters and produces research-based reports to keep the readers equipped with latest facts.
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