What's Behind South Korea's Persistent LGBT Intolerance?
By Timothy S. Rich and Isabel Eliassen
A recent survey explores the impact of proximity on South Korean attitudes toward LGBT individuals.
Anti-LGBT Protesters Derail Incheon’s First-Ever Queer Culture Festival
By Jenna Gibson
Despite the negativity at this year’s event, organizers of the festival in Incheon are not deterred.
Indonesia’s Worrying Shift on LGBT Rights
By Caitlin McCaffrie
Indonesia has seen a dramatic increase in discrimination and hate speech toward LGBT people -- including death threats.
Setagaya Ward Becomes Second in Japan to Recognize Same-Sex Couples
By Kyla Ryan
Could the announcement trigger a domino effect?
Korean Queer Festival Sparks Social Contention
By Steven Denney
South Korea's LGBT festival faces an uphill climb changing social attitudes.
South Korean Gay Pride Event Sparks Bitter Standoff With Christians
By John Power
Christian groups are blocking LGBT organizers from receiving the necessary permits for a gay pride festival.
Pink Dot Shines Light on Singapore’s LGBT
The success of the weekend’s event suggests growing pressure for change. But resistance remains stubborn.