Indians react to the decision to decriminalize a colonial-era ban on homosexuality.
One of Hinduism's most sacred temples in the Indian state of Kerala has turned into a stage for conflict, as devotees tried to stop women from entering despite a Supreme Court ruling permitting female visitors.
The Indian government has said the Supreme Court should decide on the legality of the law criminalizing homosexual acts. In 2013, the court overturned a lower court judgment that declared the law unconstitutional.
Current laws in Costa Rica that prohibit gay marriage have been struck down in a court ruling. Despite the court's decision, same-sex couples in Costa Rica may have to wait over a year to get married.
The ruling from India's Supreme Court strikes down a colonial-era ban on homosexual sex. The court said the law had become a "weapon for harassment in the LGBT community."
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