Came across this rather unfortunate news item.
I am disappointed that I live in a country that has a perverse notion of perversity. It seems trespassing is not a crime, invasion of privacy is not a crime, photographing/videographing someone's intimate moments without his/her consent is not a crime, distributing intimate clips of another human being is not a crime, suspending someone without a reason is not a crime, pejoratively identifying another human being as a "rickshaw-puller" as if that has any bearing on the matter is not considered reprehensible, a so-called newspaper not trying to anonymize the identity of a gay person who is sure to be ostracized and worse is considered acceptable, that an institute of "repute" does not know the difference between a crime, "gross misconduct", a scandal, and a consensual act is fine, a teachers' union not commenting upon the victimization of a colleague is not a shocking act, and so on and so forth.
However, an adult human being enjoying himself with with another adult human being with his/her consent is considered perverse, reprehensible, scandalous, worthy of punitive action, and so on and so forth.
Shame on you, AMU. And shame on you, ToI. And shame on you, the fucking "local TV channel" which had the criminal audacity to barge into someone's home because "the door was open" and videograph him. May you all realize the nature of your perversity, and leave normal human beings alone.