Mumbai tiene su primer Marcha Gay, tras despenalizar la homosexualidad

Mumbai tiene su primer Marcha Gay, tras despenalizar la homosexualidad


MUMBAI.- Este fin de semana se celebró en Mumbai, India, el festival LGBTI de la ciudad y su primer desfile del Orgullo desde que el país despenalizó la homosexualidad.

El festival duró un mes y hubo conferencias, proyecciones de películas, eventos de moda, eventos deportivos y citas rápidas. El Festival Queer Azaadi culminó en el masivo desfile del Orgullo.

Estas son algunas de las fotos que los asistentes compartieron con mucho orgullo en instagram.

Desde Noruega para apoyar.

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#Mumbai's first @queerazaadimumbai Pride Parade since the decriminalisation of #Section377 has brought spirit and spunk to the city streets again. People from around the country and the world have joined in to march in solidarity and celebration. Journeying from #Norway, the Norway Bears are here to support the community from across borders. Married for 31 years, Tor and Bjorn (left) have been travelling to India for 30 years but this is the first time they're here for the #MumbaiPride and, "[they] didn't have to check-in to the hotel as brothers," Tor smiles. Bjorn and Arvid (right), together 25 years, are also first-timers. "We've been to parades all over Europe, but never in Asia," Bjorn says. Closer home, Akshit Patel (left), who identifies as gay, is from Pune. "Mumbai's accepting attitude towards the queer community" beckons him to the city. They've been to other prides parades, adds Anil Khanna (right), who identifies as queer and is here from Delhi, but "Mumbai feels like a festival." Every year, the two follow their hearts to the beat of the city that allows them to feel liberated. Anil even has a special outfit put together for the event. #PrideForAll #SetLoveFree #MumbaiPride2019 #TravelForLove Photos by: @ayushi_es (group), @poojanaik05 (duo)

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