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I was born in a conservative part of Indonesia. I grew up denying my attraction to boys. Our society and religion both say that same-sex attraction is wrong and sinful, and gay men would go to hell.

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Despite widespread criticism, public whipping is a common punishment for a range of offences in the deeply conservative region at the tip of Sumatra island, including gambling, drinking alcohol, and having gay sex or relations outside of marriage. On Thursday, dozens watched as eleven people were whipped outside a mosque in the provincial capital Banda Aceh. A masked syariah officer rained down between eight and 32 strokes from a rattan cane on their backs after they were caught with members of the opposite sex.

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We did of course point out to our concerned friends and family back home that Sharia Law is only in place in one small part of Indonesia in the Northern Aceh province. Although Indonesia is officially a secular country, society is extremely conservative. Whilst homosexuality was legalised insadly it looks like these anti-gay laws will be reinstatedjust like they were in India in

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The year-old university student and year-old office worker were arrested Tuesday in the city of Manado, on central Sulawesi island, after social media users complained about the picture of them kissing in bed, police said. Homosexuality is not illegal in Indonesia, but police plan to charge the men with breaking anti-pornography laws and under tough legislation governing internet content. The couple, who are not in police custody and whose identities were not disclosed, could be jailed if found guilty.

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Homosexuality in Indonesia is generally considered a taboo subject by both Indonesian civil society and the government. Public discussion of homosexuality in Indonesia has been inhibited by the fact that human sexuality in any form is rarely discussed or depicted openly. Traditional religious mores tend to disapprove of homosexuality and cross-dressing.

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Updated April 11, A video recording of Indonesian vigilantes detaining two young gay men captures them kicking, slapping and insulting the pair, shortly before they are turned over to the province's religious police. The young men, aged 20 and 23, have already been held in custody for 10 days and are likely to be the country's first gay couple to face trial for breaching religious laws.

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A gay man from the conservative town of Jombang in East Java is happily married amid the public upheaval surrounding sexual orientation. The year-old devoted Muslim stands on his decision to open up about his relationship with the love of his life, whom he has spent a committed relationship with for over a decade. Gunawan had just spoken on the phone to his father earlier.

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Staying Negative aims to emotionally engage, inspire and facilitate imagination in sexual health practices. The campaign profiles the real life stories of gay, bisexual and trans men who have sex with men MSM. Men talk about all aspects of their life from coming outrelationshipssexuality and a broad range of other topics. While HIV and safe sex is an important part of all stories, it is not the exclusive focus.

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Traditional mores disapprove of homosexuality and cross-dressingwhich impacts public policy. Indonesian same-sex couples and households headed by same-sex couples are not eligible for any of the legal protections available to opposite-sex married couples. Most parts of Indonesia do not have a sodomy law and do not currently criminalize private, non-commercial homosexual acts among consenting adults, yet Indonesian law does not protect LGBT community against discrimination and hate crimes.

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Indonesian police in West Java have set up a task force to investigate activities by gays in the country's most populous province. Police chief Anton Charliyan said Wednesday the task force includes police, army and provincial officials. He said it will monitor and search for locations used for parties by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

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