This week read about Indonesia rejecting LGBT applicants for civil service positions, and gay conversion therapy spreading to Eastern Europe.
This week read about a couple in Indonesia receiving punishment for alleged homosexual relations, and a Brazilian lawmaker drafting a law to protect transgender employees.
(WB) Police in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta on Oct. 6 arrested 51 people at a “gay party.”
(WB) Indonesian police on Sunday arrested 141 men during a raid on a sauna in the country’s capital of Jakarta.
Reports indicate authorities claimed the men were taking part in a “gay sex party” at the time of their arrest.
A law that makes gay sex punishable by public caning has taken effect in a conservative Indonesian province.
Gay and lesbian Mormons and their supporters are reeling over a rule change by church officials that says members in same-sex marriages can be kicked out, and bars their children from being baptized unless they disavow same-sex relationships.
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(AP) Two suspected lesbians detained earlier this week by Islamic Sharia police in Indonesia's conservative Aceh province will undergo rehabilitation instead of being charged with a crime, a police chief said Saturday.