A school in Japan is embarking on a new poster campaign to explain lesbian, gay, bisexual, and asexual identities to children and reduce the rate of LGBT-related bullying.
Criminalization of groups such as gay men, sex workers and transgender people are threatening progress in the global effort to fight AIDS, South Asian participants tell the 20th International AIDS Conference in Australia.
Libraries in Singapore will not destroy copies of two LGBT themed books for children but instead have them transferred to the adult section.
Three judges of this year’s Singapore Literature Prize have resigned saying they cannot in good conscience continue after the National Library Board chose to withdraw LGBT themed books for children.
Singapore's highest court is hearing the case of a gay couple appealing against the dismissal of their challenge that the anti-gay 'Section 377A' law is unconstitutional.
A poll by a conservative Christian group claims that three in four parents in Hong Kong are against gay rights and that any effort to change that would lead to social conflicts.
A transgender man will challenge the Hong Kong government over its controversial Marriage (Amendment) Bill that requires transgender people to undergo a sex-change operation in order to marry or be legally recognized by their chosen gender.
People in Taiwan are appalled that a Christian group has managed to repeatedly air an anti-gay film in the guise of teaching and respecting in the territory's public school system.
Two books for kids that feature LGBT characters and same-sex parenting have been banned from Singapore's public libraries after complaints from an anti-gay group.
Many Asian countries have congratulated Vietnam during an international meeting for being a model for its non discriminatory and caring attitude towards its LGBT community.
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