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Is the Supreme Court's ban on gay sex retrograde?

The Supreme Court has set aside a 2009 Delhi High Court order that sought to make homosexuality legal. The gay community is naturally against the verdict, claiming it has taken away their 'right to life' and that homsexuality is a natural feeling. It has also said it will seek legal recourse. Religious groups on the other have hailed the ruling and say that it protects the country's culture. What are your views? Does the ruling step on legitimate rights and is therefore retrograde or is it a concrete step to protect the moral fibre of the nation?

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