On the 24th of May, the Taiwanese Constitutional Court invalided marriage law defining unions between a man and a woman. The court ordered the parliament […]
While Duterte clamps down hard on drugs and corruption, his attitudes on Queer-rights issues border on paradoxical. It’s hard to believe that the man heralded […]
Monsoon sub editor Mish Khan comments on how Indonesia’s long and quiet taboo on being LGBT has descended into a shouting match – with the minority group very much so at the receiving end of all the abuse.
Chinese companies are increasingly taking note of the country’s LGBT consumer base, while NGOs have their eyes set on the prize of corporate advocacy. But in China’s constrained media space, visibility and censorship remain key constraints keeping big business from fully ‘coming out’.