Public koti and private love: Section 377, religion, perversity and lived desire

@article{Nagar2015PublicKA,
  title={Public koti and private love: Section 377, religion, perversity and lived desire},
  author={Ila Nagar and Debanuj Dasgupta},
  journal={Contemporary South Asia},
  year={2015},
  volume={23},
  pages={426 - 441}
}
In this paper, we juxtapose the present-day Supreme Court battles over the colonial anti-sodomy provisions in the Indian Penal Code (Section 377), with everyday interpretations of carnal intercourse by kotis and jananas in order to visibilize a whole different social world of carnality. The responses to the law coming from the civil society formations (namely the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights organizations, HIV/AIDS organizations and women's rights organizations) are the… Expand
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