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I agree with drelin....this may prove very interesting and may help change the laws in a positive way for the LGBT community.
2017-07-25 04:21 @ Singapore Voids Marriage ...
If a marriage is defined as between a woman and a man then both would need to transition and do so simultaneously. Government subsidised property though? Why not get a job?!
2017-07-25 04:09 @ Singapore Voids Marriage ...
This may be an interesting legal battle.
2017-07-24 19:40 @ Singapore Voids Marriage ...
Thank you, Alex, for sharing your experiences with us. As your article relates, the road to LGBT acceptance is long, arduous and laden with obstacles. Fortunately, history shows that those obstacles are eventually overcome because the majority of people do not want to be openly hateful towards others. Only a small, but vocal minority do. I look forward to that day when Pride parades are a quaint reminder of the struggles that we faced. That day won't be here soon, but it is coming. Of that, I have no doubt.
2017-07-23 06:36 @ My Seoul Pride...
Great article, Alex. Thanks. The pics were nice too. I firmly believe the world would be a better place without religion.
2017-07-22 22:15 @ My Seoul Pride...
Thanks for the article we can only hope that many countries finally come to accept ALL people no matter what. I hope for this in the future.
2017-07-22 13:29 @ My Seoul Pride...
OH, Mitr, thank you a) My mistake. I actually wasn't in Korea for last pride >_> I didn't realise it was given the official go-ahead in the end. b) I watched his commentary during the electoral debates. I didn't think it was as negative as everyone else was making it seem. (the link you sent is post-election) c) Again, my poor wording. I meant, this ruling really does make homosexuality illegal within the country, because all men are forced to be in the military, but the military can prosecute them. And yeah, I know about the witch-hunt the military is on now :(
2017-07-22 06:44 @ My Seoul Pride...
This brings hope to my heart that the walls of hatred will eventually come tumbling down in Korea. Yeah!!!!!!
2017-07-22 04:48 @ My Seoul Pride...
thanks for the great article. a few fact checks by the way: a. "Last year the Parade was banned (officially) by the Seoul government at the behest of Christian protest groups." Last year's Seoul Queer Festival did take place with permission, with Seoul Central District Court dismissing a petition filed by a Christian party at the last minute: http://www.asiaone.com/asia/thousands-march-through-central-seoul-pride-parade b. "Mr. Moon did not say anything positive in his position regarding gay rights, just that he did not believe they should be persecuted." Mr. Moon initially said that he didn't like homosexuality and should be banned in the army (thus supporting the persecution) during the debate, where he also made it very clear he's against marriage equality. So he didn't take a neutral-ish stance on the issue but actively opposed it although he moderated his wording (but not his stance) followed by the outcries: https://www.irishtimes.com/news/world/asia-pacific/south-korea-convicts-army-captain-for-gay-sex-1.3094677 c. "it essentially officially makes gay sex unlawful (at least during those two years of service)." Gay sex is already unlawful by the military criminal code. The army's move wasn't about whether to make gay sex unlawful or not but rather to show the army can execute the 1962 Military Criminal Act's Article 92-6, which the country's Constitutional Court has upheld in the past, if they wanted to. But it would be worth mentioning that the army violated the criminal code themselves in the process of the witch-hunting by entrapment, elicitation etc.: http://edition.cnn.com/2017/05/01/opinions/south-korea-military-sodomy-law/index.html
2017-07-21 22:55 @ My Seoul Pride...
yay~ Thank you for publishing my article, Fridae :D
2017-07-21 18:19 @ My Seoul Pride...
Reading the comments as I order another Soy Latte. In fact, I'm putting 25 bucks on my card. These slime balls can do as they wish. And so will I.
2017-07-21 06:02 @ Malaysian, Indonesian Mus...
Yes Canada is the leader for Gay acceptance!
2017-07-21 03:50 @ China Bans Homosexual Int...
@6: if you think Asians are so dumb, what are you doing on this site?
2017-07-20 22:41 @ Screening of ‘Gay’ Fi...
i guess most gay muslims will download it from internet or myby they think muslims cannot be gay
2017-07-20 20:09 @ Screening of ‘Gay’ Fi...
how stupid! malaysians need to wise up and get their fuckin heads out of the 18th century, honey! you asians, i tell you, so dumb!!
2017-07-20 10:53 @ Screening of ‘Gay’ Fi...
There are MILLIONS of gay Muslims, so it is time for the Islamic community to WAKE up and move into the 21st century and start accepting that fact.
2017-07-20 08:24 @ Screening of ‘Gay’ Fi...
The film was released in 2011. It's not the best.
2017-07-19 14:20 @ Screening of ‘Gay’ Fi...
Apparently these groups didn't get the memo that this is the 21st Century !
2017-07-19 09:31 @ Screening of ‘Gay’ Fi...
Fact: Not all Malaysians are Muslim, so it seems that this reaction to the protest being enacted on behalf of all Malaysians is akin to Big Brother knowing what is Suitable for the Masses, in terms of works of art that they are allowed or barred from experiencing. Clearly the cultural norms of Malaysia are dictated by the resident oligarchy, the same one that seems to deny a better life, no matter where that group of people might be on the Globe.
2017-07-19 08:18 @ Screening of ‘Gay’ Fi...
Religion... again.
2017-07-18 19:43 @ Screening of ‘Gay’ Fi...
Much respect for the work that these two are doing during a very difficult time. Indonesia is a wonderful country - and the people of Jogja are especially gracious (most of them). Good luck to all who are fighting for education and inclusivity there! (I had the pleasure of screening films with the Q Film Fest, and at a special Jogja screening.)
2017-07-19 08:58 @ Watch: Female Queer Activ...
Am not much of a tech guy. I contacted a US based hackers on a site (www.stokehackent.blogspot.com) and they call them Stoke Hack. They made things easier for me by helping me clone my significant phone and hacked his laptop. Anything done on the other phone I can easily check that out without him knowing. To be a hacker is cool. You guys can contact them, through their email stokehackent@gmail.com. Am Adams by the way. Maybe if you tell them my name they will help you out also.
2017-07-06 20:44 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
I saw this movie in the pink film festival in Amsterdam and I found it touching. The little boy was a very convincing actor. So I recommend it.
2017-06-27 03:06 @ Watch: Fathers...
more information here @Project_Nei https://twitter.com/project_nei media https://twitter.com/Project_Nei/media
2017-06-25 17:04 @ Watch: Gay Japanese Web S...
I think Laos people have same problem with it being a crime to have gay sex. Human rights are violated here. Laws need to be changed through awareness and speaking out
2017-05-24 01:55 @ Watch: Being Gay in Myanm...
Well done video! definitely worth a look.
2017-03-24 08:33 @ Watch: Asian Men Re-creat...
This same film had been made several times in the past. It was more relevant then in the UK. Maybe it serves a purpose elsewhere in the world but hasn't the moral argument been largely won everywhere? Bullying is bullying whatever the cause. This film actually makes it look ok as it stimulated success!
2017-03-11 17:42 @ Wonderkid...
The answer is a slow piano tune. Striped t shirts though! Very not this season.
2017-03-07 12:50 @ Watch: Heartwarming Video...
R.I.P., Ren Hang....
2017-03-01 09:50 @ Queer Chinese Photographe...
Sad to see a talent like this pass so early in life... He had talent and vision
2017-03-01 03:24 @ Queer Chinese Photographe...
Very high quality photos !
2017-02-28 23:06 @ Queer Chinese Photographe...
This caster Dr Mack is real. i Emailed Dr Mack when my boyfriend departed from me. but since my boyfriend came back I definitely believe dr.mac@ yahoo.com } is real…..
2017-02-21 01:02 @ Top 7 Common Relationship...
Fun entertainment. Well written short movie.
2017-01-24 22:37 @ Watch: Philippines’ fir...
So, the Chinese censor has different standards to the west. Probably the same as the west some years ago. It'll be interesting to find out what was cut in time but it just shows that both sides have to work together. Well done China. There is no rush.
2017-01-19 15:43 @ Chinese Gay Film Finally ...
When referring to China, using the word China is sufficient. No need to emphasise communist. No one refers to America or England as capitalist America or capitalist England.
2017-01-14 13:15 @ Watch: George Michael in ...
How can one watch this show? I live in the US.
2016-12-21 11:49 @ Watch: Philippines’ fir...
How/Where can we watch it?
2016-12-02 19:08 @ Watch: Thai Movie “Fath...
Why are so many gay movies about doomed romances, I know it's a common theme but I wouldn't mind seeing a romantic comedy or happily ever after once in a while. These film reinforce the belief that Gay people can't live in happy long term relationships. I am acutely aware that for many social pressures are high and the law is not on thier side but it would be good to demonstrate positive stories as well so that gay people, thier friends and family don't think all gay relationships end in heartache.
2016-11-29 22:57 @ Watch: Taiwanese Short Fi...
Nice Video..Who created this?
2016-11-24 00:08 @ Watch: Female love in Tha...
Nicely packaged up and in their places. We can read a lot into art can't we. Be free
2016-11-22 05:34 @ Watch: Gay Street Perform...
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