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· February, 2009

Stories about LGBTQ+ from February, 2009

Jamaica, Guyana: Action or Reaction?

Philippines: Praise for “Milk” film

Jamaica: The Power of Words

Kenya: Gays Set Up Support Group

Japan: Transgender Man to Receive Compensation As a Male. Surprised?

The Okayama District Court has ruled that calculations of estimated lost earnings for a transgender man suffering severe aftereffects from a traffic accident be based on average wages for an...

Hong Kong: Network Mobilization Against Religious Hegemony

Yesterday (Feb 15), more than 800 people participated in a demonstration against Christian Right Wing in Hong Kong. The rally has no traditional NGO back up and it is mainly...

Estonia: National author as gay icon

Jordan: Empowering Women, Emos and Live Mesh

Discussions on empowering women to the behaviour of teenagers to the latest new software which lets you synchronize your all your data on your computer are taking place at the...

Georgia: Homphobic TV

Jamaica: All That Glitters

The Balkans: “Balkan Males” Blog

Uganda: Behind The Mirror

Armenia-Azerbaijan: LGBT roundup

With the traditional media in the South Caucasus rarely reporting on sexual or religious minority rights maturely, blogs have stepped in to fill the gap and Unzipped: Gay Armenia continues...

Kenya: Anti-gay blog suspended

Azerbaijan: Breaking Taboos

Pakistan: Queer Culture

Serbia: Gays in Belgrade

Bulgaria, U.S.: Sofia Mayor's Harvard Visit Cancelled

Armenia: More Homophobic Traditional Values

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