Notice the trick in today's Dilbert.
The Indian supreme court invalidated the throwing out by a lesser court of a law against 'crimes against nature'. Aka, same-sex sexual acts, bestiality, etc. The court said that the legislature would have to be the ones to throw out the law - the court couldn't simply invalidate it.
I'm not a fan of the law, for the record. I think those things are unenforceable and counter-productive in way after way, not to mention the punishments are often out of proportion to the crime. The problem is, I'm also not a fan of Scott Adams' trick, where "Law against anal sex" is magically turned into "Law against being born gay!" To Adams' credit, he at least slapped on "essentially" there - but it's goddamn dishonest.
Of course, the Fox News article isn't much better, since it also plays up the law as 'anti-gay sex' - which is a bit better, but from my understanding this covers a whole lot more than 'gay sex'. But at least it's better than what Adams pulled off.