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Thousands of people thronged the streets of New Delhi to celebrate India's lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender community on Sunday. Members of the LGBT community and their supporters marched at the annual Delhi Queer Pride Parade, shouting slogans and holding placards amid growing calls to decriminalize gay sex in the country. Section of the Indian penal code, a colonial-era law that was reinstated by India's top court in bans "carnal intercourse against the order of nature.
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No one in the history of Rajpipla, a municipality in the western Indian state of Gujarat, would have predicted a member of their region's royal family would some day be ostracized for being gay. It took Gohil, the first openly gay Indian royal, 40 years to come out. But once the news broke in a local paper, it created a nationwide sensation within a matter of hours.
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In my late forties now, I am officially a dinosaur in the gay world. Over the last decade or so, with the increased visibilisation of gayness in India, the languages and protocols of Western gayness have become central to zones of gay desire. Ageism, which was never a part of gay subculture here, is now the norm. This is not to romanticise any earlier moment.
The year-old Prince has long been a champion for LGBTQ rights and has actively supported members of the community through his own organisation, the Lakshya Trust. He has been increasingly vocal about LGBTQ rights in the country ever since coming out ina decision that led to him being disowned by his own family. Since his coming out, the Prince has appeared in a number of international events and shows such as the Oprah Winfrey Show and has campaigned extensively for gay rights both in India and abroad.
An independent, up-and-coming publication that strives to present the queer community as one of deep diversity is putting the gay men of Mumbai, India in the spotlight. This article contains images that might be considered not suitable for work. Shot by founder and editor Liam Campbell, the photographs below appear in the tenth issue of Elska magazine.