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Indonesian gay communities use social media to break down barriers and stigmas

By Endah Triastuti, Lecturer, Researcher, Universitas Indonesia
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As the country with the world’s largest Muslim population, Indonesia has no national law against homosexuality other than the 1974 Marriage Law. This law states that the only legally acknowledged marriage is between heterosexual couples.

However, wider discrimination against LGBTQ people happens.

In the past five years, discrimination against gender and sexual minorities in Indonesia has…

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