Politicians in Indonesia are planning a revamp of the country’s criminal code, with forced incarceration for LGBT people in rehabilitation camps as part of a new ‘Family Resilience’ law. A leaked version of the law also says it will outlaw surrogacy and S&M sex.
In Seoul, many enjoy the annual Queer Culture Festival, regardless of their sexual orientation, with nearly 150,000 enjoying last year’s 20th anniversary festival. During the festival, participants urged the government to improve LGBT rights.
The people of Hong Kong kicked off 2020 with a massive protest march, continuing the long period of unrest as the ‘special administrative region’ continues to push for greater democracy and less control from Mainland China
The survey was commissioned by the university’s Sexualities Research Programme and involved a sample of 1,058 Chinese-speaking people aged 18 or above, who were contacted between September 16th and 25th last year.
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