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Philippines charge US Marine with murder of transgender woman

Philippines charge US Marine with murder of transgender woman

2014-12-17
The marine admitted to choking the victim after discovering that she was a transgender woman when she undressed. Government prosecutors in the Philippines have formally charged a US Marine with the murder of a Filipino transgender woman in the country.
Indians mark first gay sex ban anniversary with increased discrimination report

Indians mark first gay sex ban anniversary with increased discrimination report

2014-12-14
The ruling has increased vulnerability of gender and sexual minorities to violence, stigma and discrimination.
Buddhist temple paves the way for gay weddings in Japan

Buddhist temple paves the way for gay weddings in Japan

2014-12-14
  The temple in Kyoto is the first Zen Buddhist temple to officiate symbolic ceremonies between same-sex couples in the country.
LGBT activist in running to be Japan’s first openly male gay MP

LGBT activist in running to be Japan’s first openly male gay MP

2014-12-10
  Taiga Ishikawa, 40, from the Social Democratic Party is eager to promote the legalization of same-sex marriage if he is successful in his debut at national level politics.
Gay rights activists demonstrate against city’s shelved charter at Seoul City Hall

Gay rights activists demonstrate against city’s shelved charter at Seoul City Hall

2014-12-09
After Mayor's decision not to sign charter that protected rights of LGBTs, activists stage sit-in at Seoul City Hall
Japanese straight women see gay love as pure love

Japanese straight women see gay love as pure love

2014-12-08
The appeal of Boy’s Love comic stories is seen as unlike romance between a boy and girl that comes with pressures such as pregnancy which can negate the purity of romantic desire.
Singapore gay activists protest anti-gay academic speaking at EU seminar

Singapore gay activists protest anti-gay academic speaking at EU seminar

2014-12-05
  Activists say the EU’s selection of an anti-gay academic speaker in Singapore is contrary to both the EU and the UN’s stance on LGBT rights.
China’s ‘Blued’ gay app hits 15 million users, nets US$30 million in funding

China’s ‘Blued’ gay app hits 15 million users, nets US$30 million in funding

2014-12-04
  The hook-up app is considered as public service in conveying information to the LGBT community about HIV and shows that people in China are beginning to be more tolerant towards gay people.
Seoul city scraps human rights charter over gay discrimination clause

Seoul city scraps human rights charter over gay discrimination clause

2014-12-03
  Seoul Metropolitan Government fails to enact human rights charter due to pressures from anti-gay groups over inclusion of sexual identity or orientation clause.
Defiant Indians host gay pride parade in capital

Defiant Indians host gay pride parade in capital

2014-12-02
  Hundreds of Indians took part in a gay parade in the capital New Delhi for the first time since the Supreme Court reinstated a colonial-era ban on same-sex relations.

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