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 Every day I fear for my safety living in this country because of my sexual orientation. I am alive but if anyone ever find out and wanted to find out, they can kill me …I am an easy target for anything.
 —Peter, Dominica,…
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(New York, August 4, 2017) – South Korea’s Supreme Court has ordered the government to allow a lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) rights foundation to legally register as a charity, ending three years of the foundation’s leaders facing…
Participants march on a street during Korea Queer Festival 2015 in central Seoul, South Korea. In 2017, South korea's Supreme Court ordered the government to allow the Beyond the Rainbow Foundation, a LGBT rights foundation, to legally register as a chari
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Education ministry officials in Seoul said this week that South Korea’s new national sex education curriculum, due to roll out in March, will not mention homosexuality. This continues a backsliding that began nearly two years ago, when the government…
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When South Korea’s government denied the Beyond the Rainbow Foundation official incorporation in February 2015, it was a disturbing reminder of the country’s persistent failure to uphold the basic rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)…
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Accused of not being “girly enough,” she was frequently swarmed by students and beaten with a roll of paper. Her teachers witnessed the abuse again and again but did nothing. She begged her junior high classmates for help -- but they told her to endure…
A 20 year old Japanese woman who was bullied by her classmates in junior high school holds a notebook displaying the message...
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At midnight last Friday, after a week of camping out at a Seoul police station, a group of about 100 lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) activists and supporters submitted an application to hold a pride parade. The police swiftly denied the…