Days after a long-running Indonesian television comedy aired last month, its producers got a letter from the broadcast commission warning that a male character in the...
LGBT Sri Lankans are cautiously hopeful that the new government will take steps to protect LGBT rights, despite the nation’s conservative and religious undertones. “During the old government, we had a lot of issues,” Rosanna Flamer-Caldera, executive director of Equal Ground, says. “But the minute the new government has come on board, it has been as though this huge weight has been lifted off of all of our shoulders. I think every single citizen feels that. But for how long?”
October 28 / Colombo Gazette
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