Indonesian soldiers jailed for having gay sex as anti-LGBTQ+ crackdown continues

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12/27/2022

Two Indonesian soldiers were kicked out of the army and have been sentenced to seven months in jail for having gay sex. Gay sex is currently legal for civilians in most of the country, according to the South China Morning Post, however it is banned for members of the military. Soon, though, it will be banned for everyone, as the country just passed a new law banning sex outside of marriage, and same-sex marriages are not legal in the country.

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