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Police raided home of ‘lesbians’ after neighbours said they ‘don’t fit norms of society’

Trans women who were stripped naked and beaten speak out about ordeal

Indonesian man escorted after public caning for having gay sex BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - MAY 23: An indonesian man escorted by the sharia police after get caning in public from an executor known as 'algojo' for having gay sex, which is against Sharia law at Syuhada mosque on May 23, 2017 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The two young gay men, aged 20 and 23, were caned 85 times each in the Indonesian province of Aceh during a public ceremony after being caught having sex last week. It was the first time gay men have been caned under Sharia law as gay sex is not illegal in most of Indonesia except for Aceh, which is the only province which exercises Islamic law. The punishment came a day after the police arrested 141 men at a sauna in the capital Jakarta on Monday due to suspicion of having a gay sex party, the latest crackdown on homosexuality in the country. (Photo by Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images)

UN human rights commissioner warns Indonesia over crackdown on LGBTQ community

Indonesia arrests 58 in raid on gay sauna

will & grace

Indonesia set to pass law banning all gay characters on TV

Shinta Ratri, leader of the trans school

Indonesia’s only trans-inclusive school re-opens after being forced shut by transphobic religious hardliners

Indonesia removes job notice barring LGBT people, saying gays have ‘mental illness’

Muslims in Indonesia raising concerns about conservatism

Fears of LGBT crackdown in Indonesia as 12 women evicted from their home

Flogging in Indonesia

Indonesia to reject 75 UN human rights concerns over treatment of LGBT people

A man is lashed in Aceh for having gay sex

Indonesia moves anti-gay floggings out of the public eye

Indonesian police guard men arrested in a recent raid during a press conference at a police station in Jakarta on May 22, 2017. Indonesian police have detained 141 men who were allegedly holding a gay party at a sauna, an official said on May 22, the latest sign of a backlash against homosexuals in the Muslim-majority country. / AFP PHOTO / FERNANDO (Photo credit should read FERNANDO/AFP/Getty Images)

UN Human Rights Office ‘concerned’ by floggings, arrests of gay men in Indonesia

Indonesia launches police force to crack down on LGBT people

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