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Where you read it first | Tuesday, May 28, 2024

Padmini Das


The Setonian
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Op-ed: The Indian judiciary’s self-restraint is bad for marriage equality

The Supreme Court of India recently rejected a petition to legalize same-sex marriage, setting back the goal of marriage equality in the country even further. In a country estimated to have at least 2.5 million LGBTQ+ people (as of government figures from 2012), the realization of same-sex couples entering into legally recognized marriages or gaining adoption rights remains at large. 

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