November 15, 2021
Taiwan to Host 1st WorldPride in East Asia: Why That’s Important
By Jason Bartlett
Kaohsiung beat out Washington D.C. to host WorldPride 2025.
September 24, 2021
The Resilience of East Asia’s LGBTQ Community
By Nathanael Cheng, Molly Henry, and Seojung Kim
Amid challenges new and old, the LGBTQ communities in China, South Korea, and Taiwan are finding creative ways to move forward.
June 24, 2021
Vietnam: LGBTQ+ Pride in the Time of Coronavirus
By Hugh Bohane
The LGBTQ+ community in Vietnam faces many challenges, but remains steadfast in pushing for progress.
June 23, 2021
Marriage Equality in Taiwan Hinges on Politics
By Zoe Leung
In past electoral politics, marriage equality was seldom a dominant issue, but the landscape is shifting and some barriers to equality remain in place.
April 19, 2021
The Flickering Edge of Hope: Pakistan’s LGBTQ+ Community Battles Prejudice and Discrimination
The beleaguered community watched neighboring India’s 2018 decriminalization of consensual homosexual relations with wistful joy.
March 22, 2021
Legal Challenges Look to Advance LGBTQ+ Rights in Hong Kong
By Jessie Lau
A court case filed by a gay widower highlights Hong Kong's conservative approach to gender.
May 22, 2020
K-Quarantine: The Condemnation or Resurgence of LGBTQ Rights in South Korea
By Britt Robinson
The latest case cluster in South Korea introduces a new, complicating, dynamic to its previously successful response model: homophobia.