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India Outlaws Homosexuality Because Great Britain Told Them It Was Unnatural

by | 11th, December 2013

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INDIA  has reinstated a  law that criminalises homosexuality. Gay sex can land you in prison for 10 years.

India’s Supreme Court overruled a 2009 order which had removed the ban on gay sex. That had undone an 1860 British law. But the Supreme Court ruled that the ancient law which prohibits “carnal sex against the order of nature with any man, woman or animal” stands.

What the order of nature is, we can’t be certain. But the Indian know it all, so the law is sound.

 

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The law was introduced under the auspices of Earl Canning, then Viceroy of India. He has been governor-general of India

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