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Japanese Universities Make Efforts to Be More LGBT Friendly
July 06, 2018

Japanese Universities Make Efforts to Be More LGBT Friendly

By Thisanka Siripala
Schools in Japan are taking steps to support equal access to education for LGBT students.
ASEAN’s Women to Watch: Part 2
March 15, 2018

ASEAN’s Women to Watch: Part 2

By Erin Cook
The second part of a mini-series looking at the region’s leading women.

Why Taiwan's Gay Marriage Ruling Matters
June 01, 2017

Why Taiwan's Gay Marriage Ruling Matters

By Trevor Sutton and Brian Harding
The recent ruling is a testament to Taiwan's robust democracy.

Is Hong Kong Taking a Backward Step on LGBT Rights?
May 29, 2017

Is Hong Kong Taking a Backward Step on LGBT Rights?

By Tyler Roney
With a petition to appeal a landmark rights case, Hong Kong may be taking a small step backward.

US Companies Face an LGBT Challenge in ASEAN
December 21, 2016

US Companies Face an LGBT Challenge in ASEAN

By Justin Sosne
Rising foreign investment is increasingly bumping up against growing intolerance.
Kyrgyzstan’s NGO and LGBT Crackdown
March 17, 2016

Kyrgyzstan’s NGO and LGBT Crackdown

By Franco Galdini
Scapegoating the NGOs and LGBT community won’t fix country’s economy.

A New Hope For India’s LGBT Community
February 23, 2016

A New Hope For India’s LGBT Community

By Sanjay Kumar
India's Supreme Court will revisit Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which criminalizes homosexuality.
Tolerant Pragmatism: Singapore’s Next Growth Strategy?
November 01, 2015

Tolerant Pragmatism: Singapore’s Next Growth Strategy?

By Kris Hartley
Why decriminalizing homosexuality is a chance to eschew ideology in favor of pragmatism.

Loss of 2022 Olympics a Blow to Kazakhstan’s LGBT Community
August 12, 2015

Loss of 2022 Olympics a Blow to Kazakhstan’s LGBT Community

By Casey Michel
The Games were one of the few hopes LGBT individuals had for defending against growing repression.

Kazakhstan Shuts Down Gay Propaganda Law
May 27, 2015

Kazakhstan Shuts Down Gay Propaganda Law

By Catherine Putz
The country's quest to host the 2022 Winter Olympics likely influenced the decision.

Could the IOC Reverse Kazakhstan’s Anti-Gay Direction?
May 23, 2015

Could the IOC Reverse Kazakhstan’s Anti-Gay Direction?

By Casey Michel
A letter to the International Olympic Committee may be the last best chance to reverse a crackdown on LGBT rights.
Shibuya Takes Japan a Step Forward on Marriage Equality
April 08, 2015

Shibuya Takes Japan a Step Forward on Marriage Equality

By Kyla Ryan
Same-sex couples are celebrating a milestone for LGBT rights in Japan.

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