Indonesia’s LGBT communities face increasing persecution, punishment and public humiliation as the Muslim-majority nation loses tolerance for what it perceives to be moral crimes. Photo : Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom

In Indonesia, LGBT communities viewed as a moral threat – condemned by religion and, increasingly, by law

  • The Muslim-majority nation is using a pornography law to target LGBT people, with public humiliation a ritual punishment
  • HIV epidemic feared as homosexual stigma forces many to go ‘underground’, with as much as half of the infected population undiagnosed
Topic |   LGBTI

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Indonesia’s LGBT communities face increasing persecution, punishment and public humiliation as the Muslim-majority nation loses tolerance for what it perceives to be moral crimes. Photo : Thomas Cristofoletti / Ruom
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