Gautam Gambhir Wears A Bindi And Dupatta To Support LGBT Community, Wins Our Hearts As Well

Few days back, The Supreme Court scraped Section 377 giving the freedom to LGBT Community that they deserved since long. "Take me as I am", said the Chief Justice pronouncing his order on Section 377. People over over country celebrated the historic judgement and the LGBT community signed in relief stating that now feel freedom and they wouldn't be considered criminals from now on.

People supported the decision on social media. From Celebrities to Popular brands, everybody expressed their joy over the verdict as they were happy to see that love will triumph now no matter what the gender is!

Google had celebrated by posting a cute GIF.

Kolkata Airport celebrated by giving a colourful makeover to the conveyor belt at one of the baggage claims. Have a look:

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And now, cricketer Gautam Gambhir did something which won our hearts. He recently attended the inauguration of the seventh edition of the Hijra Habba in New Delhi. During the event, he was seen sporting a duppata and a Bindi to show his support to the LGBT Community.

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The event was organised by Alliance India to support the community and to spread awareness among the masses. With this gesture, Gautam Gambhir didn't just extended his support towards them but also won our hearts proving once again that he has a heart of Gold.

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LGBTQ activist from Kerala, Aishwaryan said after the verdict, "To be accepted by your own people for your preference is what I always had an issue with, but many factors are involved and we have a long way to go. If people from my generation and I are today celebrating this victory, it's in remembering all those loved ones who are no longer here and wished to see this day. It's just one hurdle that we have passed and many more to go. We deserve every equality to live the life we want to. Who is to decide who lives how? We are all equal, these are all basic human needs we are fighting to be accepted for."

by Admin | Sat, Sep 15 - 11:43 AM

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