- Premature ejaculation pill sold out in Singapore within first month
- HK woman claims she wasn’t paid the $38,000 she was offered for sex
- They prefer overseas jobs for $25,000 pay cheques but social escorts also risk physical abuse and sexual diseases
- Girlfriend search sparks buzz on Twitter
- Fridae announces today the resignation of Dr Stuart Koe as Director and CEO of the company and all its affiliates, and the appointment of Terry Battersby as the new CEO.
- Students turn back alley into sex den
- M’sian transsexual asks court to say she is woman
- Organised in conjunction with International Day Against Homophobia & Transphobia (IDAHO), the programme includes Courage Unfolds, a 30-minute documentary on LGBTIQ movements throughout Asia, hearing confessions from ex-homophobes and identifying 29 ways towards an LGBTIQ-Friendly Malaysia – a tribute to the 29 Yogyakarta Principles.
- In conjunction with “29 Ways: Towards an LGBTIQ-Friendly Malaysia”, Nur Hidayah, a Malaysian lawyer, shares how becoming close friends with her lesbian college roommate helped her reconsider and renew her childhood friendship with a gay male friend.
- The following was written by Pepper Lim, a Malaysian author and father of two.
- Malaysian opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim’s comments on LGBT spark online debate
- Over 50 LGBT activists and their allies held a rally in the Indonesian capital city of Jakarta to call for equality and protection of the country’s LGBT citizens.
- Kashish, India’s biggest LGBT film festival, underway in Mumbai
- A shortage of women in Haryana has led some Indian men to seek wives from other states, but the “imported” brides often struggle to adapt.
- The latest census figures have come as a big jolt to the authorities in the northern Indian state of Bihar who are just waking up to the dangers of female foeticide. So what are they doing about it?
- More on the unwanted girls: Personal accounts.
- The full extent of India’s ‘gendercide’
- Chen Meixin is the first artiste in Mainland China to publicly admit to getting a boob job. She has won fans for her courage and outspokenness.
- The Hong Kong blockbuster Sex and Zen has filled theatres in the SAR and Taiwan. With cuts, it may soon be publicly available in other parts of Asia. It has proven, yet again, that “sex sells” and pushing limits can pay off.
- The parents of ill-fated South Korean actress Jung Da-bin who committed suicide four years ago and died aged 26, has revealed that they have married her off to a man that died in 2002.
- A website for Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) in Vietnam was launched this month in Ho Chi Minh City with the support of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)
- Nepal has halved its fertility rate over 30 years, but rural women are still experiencing many pregnancies and scant help during labor.
- Bangladesh’s madrasas are viewed with suspicion for their links with militant Islam. So what kind of schooling do they offer girls?