Supreme Court judge Justice DY Chandrachud on Tuesday batted for LGBTQ+ rights, stating that decriminalising homosexuality will not alone achieve equality and end discrimination against LGBTQ persons. .He said the structural and attitudinal changes are also essential for the same."Structural changes as well as attitudinal changes are essential. Equality is not achieved with the decriminalization of homosexuality alone but must extend to all spheres of life including the home, the workplace, and public places," the judge stated.Interestingly, he also invoked a famous Beatles number in his speech delivered at an event organised by the British High commission to commemorate the 2018 Navtej Singh Johar judgment of the Supreme Court decriminalising homosexuality. "The Beatles famously sang 'All you need is love, love; Love is all you need'. At the risk of ruffling the feathers of music aficionados everywhere, I take the liberty to disagree with them and say – perhaps we need a little more than love," said the Supreme Court judge.He was speaking on the topic 'Beyond Navtej: The Future of the LGBTQ+ Movement in India'..Perhaps we need a little more than love.Justice DY Chandrachud.The top court judge noted that while the decision in Navtej was momentous, "we have a long way to go".Justice Chandrachud, who authored the Navtej Singh Johar judgment, said that queer people have historically been denied the right to access public places let alone enjoy them."The presence of queer individuals in public spaces must be the norm rather than the exception. The accomplishment of this simple yet crucial task would breathe life into the decision in Navtej," he said..He also underlined the importance of ensuring that "atypical or unconventional families" are able to enjoy all the legal and societal benefits that their more traditional counterparts do, including marriage. "When I say unconventional families, I do not mean to refer only to queer couples but also to others who choose to live their lives in a manner that deviates from the accepted norm. Our very understanding of the family unit must change to include the myriad ways in which individuals forge familial bonds," he explained..Our very understanding of the family unit must change to include the myriad ways in which individuals forge familial bonds.Justice DY Chandrachud .Elaborating on the point, Justice Chandrachud noted that at the heart of personal liberty "lies the freedom to choose who we are, to love whom we will, and to live a life that is true to our most authentic selves, not only without the fear of persecution but in full hearted joy and as equal citizens of this without country."He concluded by stating that his hope will one day be a reality.