Hundreds of eager runners hit the pavement to show their support for the LGBT Community and help end homophobia in sport by participating in Tokyo’s Rainbow Marathon.
However, it rejected a petition by a gay couple who wed overseas for their marriage to become recognised in Korea …
BANGKOK (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Luke Cassady-Dorion believed marriage was for “boring” straight people until he met the man he wanted to spend the rest of his life with - Tae. But Thailand, where they live, does not permit same-sex marriage.
Since 2015, 11 local administrations have started offering limited recognition to same-sex couples
Gay-friendly content was rare on other services, leading one man to launch a new platform.
Relatives are sending LGBT individuals to a ‘clinic’ that ‘heals’ them of their sexual orientation
Robert Campbell felt the need to speak out after two parliamentarians’ homophobic comments became public.
Young people who come out in the country risk discrimination and abuse.
Ken Kreangsak Leing discusses four years of high-end gay parties in Bangkok.
Traditional family values, not government conservatism, is what many young people say keeps them in the closet.
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