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Singapore High Court keeps gay sex ban: This is what happens next

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Singapore’s High Court has kept a law that criminalizes homosexuality – but lawyers will to fight on. The conservative city state in South East Asia makes gay sex illegal under a law called Section 377A.

It is a colonial era hang-over – the British introduced similar laws across its Empire. Indeed, India’s Supreme Court struck down its Section 377A as unconstitutional in September 2018.

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