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The Council of Ministers of India, in turn, decided to leave the decision of the Supreme Court of the country. A final ruling is expected in October this year. At the same time, began to actively develop a queer-commerce India have carried out advertising campaigns, to open stores. The first LGBT magazine Bombay Dost after a seven-year hiatus, began to publish, with a more colorful way. A zhivuyuschy designer in Delhi – Sanjay Molhotra recently opened IndjapInk – first tourism company in India for gays. Boy Scouts of America often addresses the matter in his writings. Even Amul – the largest grocery brand in India took part in a gay-friendly actions, releasing the butter with the inscription on the box Out of the closet, out of the fridge!. Perhaps, in Earth is not so big and diverse country like India.

Of course, its specificity is reflected in the vast homosexual population of the country. Millions of gay Indians live in cities hundreds of millions – live in rural areas. Millions are living openly positioning itself as homosexual, hundreds of millions imprisoned in the monastery of traditional marriages and families. "India is now at the stage of development at which the U.S. was about 70 years" – says Dr. Vikrem, a prominent journalist and activist Mumbai LGBT rights. "There are quite a large reservoir of open gays who do not intend to engage in heterosexual marriage. And an increasing number of young gay people who share this position.

However, it remains sufficiently high percentage of gay men who are still married. And we will need some time to get this situation changed. " Not difficult to guess that most queer – Are progressive cities in India, especially New Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai.