But only if you are straight. The last line of the invite reads: “Sorry, no gays.”
Sandeep Dharma, CEO, Loop Lounge, said, “The party is for singles who have a broken heart. Break–ups are common among heterosexual couples and gay split–ups are rare. We are not looking forward to a guy–guy break–up party.”
Bindumadhav Khire, president of the Samapathik Trust, an NGO that supports gay rights, said, “I am very disappointed to know that society still discriminates.
Break–up is an emotional issue, whether a couple is straight or gay. The party should have been for everyone irrespective of their sexual orientation. Segregation is not good and community support is a must.”
Vishal Sable (name changed), a gay, said, “Even homosexuals are emotionally attached to their partners.
Despite the High Court's decision on Section 377, people have not accepted us. We still have a long way to go.”
‘If you feel your boyfriend is two timing you, cheating on you or betraying you, then dump him rite away and get in to this happening party.’
If any of the two guys is not interested in each other anymore… then this is surely not a place for you to be… Sorry NO GAYS