The municipal council of Pariaman has adopted a measure prohibiting LGBTQ acts, imposing a fine that can go up to 1 million rupees ($14,129/12 408 euros) for behavior likely to “disturb public order” or to be “immoral”.
The Indonesian legislature has given the green light to a bill that would ban LGBT behaviors on television.
I confess that we are concerned over the situation in Indonesia after the publication of a report denouncing the attitude of the Indonesian Government and its policy towards the LGBT community.
Very bad news reached us from Indonesia where the government planned to vote, for more national security, an anti LGBT "propaganda" law similar as the one in Russia.
A couple of women arrested «for being a lesbian couple», will undergo a «rehabilitation» in Indonesia.
The organization Rainbow Mahardhika hopes the Indonesian government will adopt protections against discrimination suffered by LGBT people, particularly in the employment sector.
Gallup just released the list of the most pleasant countries where LGBT people love to live. Today, let's look at Asia as the Philippines are ranked 22nd out of 123 countries and are the best in the Southeast Asia for the LGBT community.
The Pew Research company recently went and meet people living in 40 different countries to ask them the following question: "Do you personally believe that homosexuality is morally acceptable, morally unacceptable, or is it not a moral issue?" Here thus results of this survey.