by Jeremy Seabrook
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Jeremy Seabrook collects conversations with gay men who frequent a popular cruising spot in Delhi, India, exploring the intersections of sexuality, class and culture in the Indian metropolis.
December 14, 2013 In a recent ruling, the Indian Supreme Court reinstated a colonial-era ban on gay sex. Two authors react to the news with two very different recommendations. Manil Suri suggests that readers check out a book of interviews, while Ruth Franklin turns to Victorian England for a look at a similar law's effects.
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