In many parts of the world, men are being persecuted because of their sexuality.
The focus on culture and entertainment appears to have shifted to protecting conservative moral values.
Thailand may be making strides in legalising same-sex unions, but there's still more that needs to be achieved.
The first openly gay election candidate in Myanmar, Myo Min Tun, has vowed to fight police abuse of LGBT+ people if he wins.
In Seoul, many enjoy the annual Queer Culture Festival, regardless of their sexual orientation, with nearly 150,000 enjoying last year’s 20th anniversary festival. During the festival, participants urged the government to improve LGBT rights.
An interesting article in The Conversation observes the PRC government’s policy of the “Three No’s” in relation to homosexuality: “no approval, no disapproval, and no promotion”.
Justice Anderson Chow Ka-ming said marriage is an issue of law, not a 'social’ one.
‘No homosexuals in Malaysia’, the country’s tourism minister reportedly claimed at Tourism Fair in Germany.
After a court ruling and public votes, the rights of same-sex couples are now in the hands of Taiwan’s lawmakers.
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