I have a friend. He’s gay.
A call to reverse the ban on Seksualiti Merdeka.
Notion of equality is still, not a familiar concept in our country, how about LGBTs?
Are sections 377A & B of the Penal Code unconstitutional?
Confession of an ex-homophobe: Nur Hidayah shares about her male friend who wears a skirt and her female friend who likes girls
Malaysia’s first ‘gay’ film “… Dalam Botol” is well-acted, brave, original and also misleading — according to four reviewers.
Pang Khee Teik on why gay anthems are important and why Malaysian radios are cowardly and hypocritical for censoring them.
A realisation of subconscious prejudices.
LoyarBurok casts a collective beady eye at the twelve months that was 2010.
I find this campaign (It Gets Better in Malaysia) very human. It’s not just about promoting or glorifying the rights of lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgendered persons. It’s about treating and respecting them as human beings who don’t deserve to be bullied and certainly don’t deserve to suffer in silence.
The following is the Bahasa Malaysia version of the media statement issued by Seksualiti Merdeka regarding death threats made against a Malaysian who posted a video on YouTube on his sexuality. The English version is at www.seksualitimerdeka.org.
From calling Adam Lambert “too faggy” to being a part of the nation’s only sexuality rights festival – one former borderline bigot’s journey towards become a Rainbow Warrior.
Top Ten Frequently Asked Questions the writer heard when inviting friends and strangers to Seksualiti Merdeka.
Ever since the political trial against Anwar Ibrahim for sodomy in 1999, I had been hoping that the gay community in Malaysia (“the pink brigade”) would have spoken out against our antiquated sodomy laws and fought for equality of treatment for all consensual sex between adults. I have always believed that the rights of any section of our community must be fought for and led by that particular section, for only then can the exploited and those transgressed against be empowered in the process.
19-year old Gabrielle Chong won the first prize at the recently concluded Bar Council Public Speaking Competition held from 9 to 12 December 2008. She spoke passionately about the continuing marginalisation and discrimination of LGBTs, and moved the judges with her simple message delivering the essence of what it means to be human. Do also […]