There is no doubt that the Supreme Court’s decision of scrapping Section 377 has brought a life-changing moment in the lives of LGBTQ community members. Now they can freely live lives on their own terms with the partner of their choice without any hesitation. Now more and more homosexuals will come out of their closets and talk to their family about their sexual orientation and that too with no fear. A member of LGBTQ community, Arnab Nandy from Mumbai has shared his side of story on social networking site Facebook. He has made an attempt to encourage people to live a life of their own choice. [caption id="attachment_47283" align="alignnone" width="329"] SOURCE[/caption] He took to Facebook and wrote the status as “Came out of the closet” and talked about how he decided to tell his loved and near ones about his sexual identity. He manages to tell about it to his best friend and other friends but the most difficult task was to tell his parents about it. However, the good part was that his parents were not angry and they supported him. But the problem here was that law was not with them because of which his parents, especially his father who is a government servant, was not able to support him completely. But on the day of SC’s judgment when he entered his house after the verdict, they hugged him and congratulated him as now being a gay and loving the other one is legal. His mother was happy and she asked him to make it public that he is gay so that no one will come with a girl’s details for marriage.