India is a land where our scriptures, ancient texts and mythologies have endless references of sex workers. We are the land of Kamasutra and the land of Devadasis, yet the law of land that has made bodily autonomy a matter of taboo and policing for decades. After so many years of shame, shunning and exploitation, it is a welcoming decision from the apex court of the country, guaranteeing the human rights, dignity and protection that should have been afforded to the dingy lanes of sex work in this country. The journey ahead will be long and perilous but it is the first step that is often the hardest to make and with decision, we have done just that.
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