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Malaysian Authorities Seize Rainbow Swatch Watches
Homosexuality is illegal in Malaysia and many LGBT events and symbols are suppressed.
The Year's Only In-Person Workplace Pride Was Just Held in Taipei
The event was a demonstration of two pillars of Taiwan's cultural diplomacy: its successful Covid-19 response, and its progress in LGBT equality.
The Struggle for LGBT Adoption Rights: An Interview With Reese Li
Reese Li of Taiwan LGBT Family Rights Advocacy (TLFRA) explains the contours of the struggle for adoption rights for gay couples.
Philippine LGBT Activists Fight Duterte’s Machismo With Solidarity
This year's Pride march in Manila was the latest battle in a long struggle for LGBT rights in the Philippines.
Past and Present: 20 Years of LGBT Movement in Singapore
The LGBT community in Singapore is still fighting to repeal the discriminatory Section 377A of the Penal Code, but it has inspired the society to be more accepting and open in the past two decades.
Ahead of Pride, Taiwan Still Waits for Same-sex Marriage
Despite the decision of Taiwan's constitutional court to amend Taiwan's Civil Code in favor of same-sex marriage in May, the country's institutions are dragging their feet on implementing legislation.
Pioneering Queer Artists Opening Vietnam to Gay Culture
Truong Tan’s breakout work might not have changed laws directly, but they certainly played a part in encouraging other artists to attempt resistance and overcome self-censorship.