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That silence was broken about ten years ago, when activists began a legal battle to overturn a colonial era law that banned gay sex. But last month, the Supreme Court reinstated the law criminalizing gay sex, once again putting Rakesh and others of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) community at risk of prosecution.

(Tsering Topgyal/The Associated Press) India's Supreme Court struck down a 2009 lower court decision to decriminalize homosexual conduct, dealing a blow Wednesday to gay activists who have fought for years for the chance to live openly in India's deeply conservative society.

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In a major setback last week for the LGBT community, an Indian Supreme Court ruling upheld Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code — a 153-year-old law criminalizing gay sex.

In response to my sexual orientation, my father asked me,”Could you wait until we die?

Think about us.” His deep fear was that I would publicly identify as an Indian man who is attracted to other men.

Forty-three-year-old gay rights activist Shaleen Rakesh recalls the time when he was growing up in New Delhi.

He said homosexuality was a subject no one ever mentioned, and it was certainly not discussed or debated.

That leaves one legal route - the top Court agreeing to hear a second review petition by a larger bench.