“You’re not born to be a victim of oppression” – Chitchapa Panich

TW: bullying, school violence, discrimination “I have been suffering from gender-based violence since I was young, because I was born a girl in a male body, which is not recognised…

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Protest during a mass marriage registration event on Valentine’s Day in Bangkok on February 14, 2022. (Photo by Jack TAYLOR / AFP)

Marriage or partnership? The four-way fight for LGBT couples’ rights in Thailand

Thailand moved a step closer to legal recognition of same-sex couples on June 15, as four draft laws on LGBTQ couples’ rights sailed through the first reading in Parliament. Approved…

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Thailand’s Civil Partnership Bill endorsed by cabinet, sent to parliament

The cabinet approved the Civil Partnership Bill today (Tuesday), which, if made law, will allow a same-sex couple to register their partnership and recognises many rights and privileges enjoyed by…

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No one can take your rights away from you – Chumaporn Taengkliang

“The truth is, not every place has been friendly to people like us, because they think we’re going to cause chaos. What we really want is to demand our rights,…

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Bangkok district office to offer free marriage registration for same-sex couples on Valentine’s Day

Bangkok’s Bang Khun Thian district office will provide a free marriage registration service for same sex couples and issue certificates on Valentine’s Day. The district director, Pongjakarin Tavornpong, said today…

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LGBT rights

Singapore activists appeal gay sex ban court ruling

Three Singapore campaigners launched an appeal Monday against a court’s decision to uphold a law banning sex between men, the latest effort to overturn the colonial-era legislation.  A holdover from British rule…

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