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Would Another Anti-LGBT Gaffe Prompt Reform in Japan?
Japan is the only G7 nation without legislation prohibiting discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation.
What Singapore’s 377A Repeal Is About: Entrenching the PAP’s Conservative Rule
Behind the facade of an advance for the LGBT community in Singapore is an attempt to shore up both a homophobic agenda and the ruling People’s Action Party’s rule.
Why Hasn’t Thailand Recognized Same-sex Marriage?
Thailand is often hailed as one of the most LGBTQ-friendly countries in the world, yet the nation hasn’t legalized same-sex marriages. Activists continue their fight against social and structural barriers to equality.
Guzifer Is Finally Married. When Will All of Taiwan’s Same Sex Transnational Couples Be Able To?
The marriage of Guzifer Leong and Ting Tse-yan is only the end of the beginning in the fight for equitable transnational marriages in Taiwan.
Pressure on Journalists, Bloggers Mounts Ahead of Uzbekistan’s Presidential Elections
A foreign journalist loses accreditation, a pro-LBGT blogger is beaten and another blogger gets a heavy sentence on dubious charges in Uzbekistan.
How Trans Women in Bandung, Indonesia Built New Lives in Covid Economy
When Covid-19 began to take hold in Indonesia in March 2020, the trans women community in Bandung suffered. Gardening and community kitchens are some of ways they’ve responded.
Queer East Film Festival, Only of Its Kind, Seeks To Forge Global Connections
The inaugural Queer East Film Festival launched in the late fall of 2020, with ambitions to forge transnational connections between queer communities.
What’s Going on With Taiwan’s Influencers?
What’s unique about the latest tabloid dramas in Taiwan is the extent to which the medical establishment has taken interest.
“Boys’ Love” Hits Push the Dial for Progress Across Asia
'Because We Belong Together', a Thai TV series, has become a phenomenon across Southeast Asia.
Singapore’s Government Wants a Conversation on ‘Women Development.’ Here’s What They Don’t Want to Talk About.
It’s one thing to boost “women development” — a term with echoes of a “lean in” mentality that places the onus on women to work even harder to succeed in environments predominantly catering to men — but quite another to truly challenge the patriarchy and live up to feminist principles.