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🇧🇩 Tax rebate for Bangladesh companies hiring transgender people
Source: https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/6/4/tax...nsgender-people

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Bangladesh has declared a tax rebate for companies hiring transgender people to boost the government’s social inclusion efforts for the marginalised group in the Muslim-majority South Asian country.

“I propose to enact special tax incentives with a view to providing employment and ensuring rise in living standards and social and economic integration of the members of the third gender,” Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal announced on Thursday, as he unveiled the national budget for the 2021-22 financial year.

Bangladesh has more than 200,000 transgender people, most of whom face discrimination and social ostracisation, according to independent experts. The government puts the number at 10,000.

Trans people in Bangladesh often resort to begging and the sex trade in order to survive, as most are forced to flee their homes due to bullying and harassment.

The minister said the companies would enjoy a five percent tax rebate or a refund of 75 percent of trans employees’ salaries if 10 percent of their total workforce, or 100 workers, were of the so-called “third gender”.

Bangladesh began allowing trans people, known as hijra, to legally register as third gender in 2013 and has provided support to the group since then.

Social inclusion can be ensured by involving people of this community into production-oriented occupations, said Kamal, who unveiled a $71bn national budget in parliament, aiming at saving lives and livelihoods amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s government earmarked more than $44.6bn to finance health, education and technology, social welfare, public safety and defence, alongside other sectors.

It allocated an additional $26.59bn to implement infrastructure development in the next financial year beginning on July 1.
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🇮🇳 Indian court calls for sweeping reforms to respect LGBT rights
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/india/indian-...hts-2021-06-07/

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A court in India ordered state and federal officials on Monday to draw up plans for sweeping reforms to respect LGBT rights, in a ruling that went far beyond the narrow terms of a case brought by a lesbian couple who said they had been harassed by police.

Judge Anand Venkatesh of the Madras High Court ruled in favour of the couple, who had complained that police had subjected them to harassing questioning after their parents filed a missing persons report.

But the judge also used the opportunity to issue a broad ruling that called for the elimination of what he described as illegal discrimination against members of the LGBTQIA+ community. He ordered state and federal government departments to report back with steps they intend to take to comply.

Among his recommendations: police and government officials should be given awareness training to ensure they respect LGBT rights. Medical practitioners who claim to be able to "cure" homosexuality should have their licenses revoked.

Schools and colleges should make gender neutral restrooms available, and gender-nonconforming or trans prisoners should be housed separately if needed to protect them from sexual assault.

"Ignorance is no justification for normalizing any form of discrimination," Venkatesh wrote in his order. Educators should reach out to parents, to help "sensitize parents on issues of LGBTQIA+ community and gender nonconforming students, to ensure supportive families," his order read.

Activists hailed the order as a major step towards equality for marginalised groups. Although the court could not by itself impose such widespread change with a single ruling, government departments could not ignore the order to report back on the steps they plan to take to comply, and the arguments raised by the judge could serve as precedent for future cases.

"This is the first major order that addresses most challenges concerning the whole LGBTQIA+ community and issues specific directions," said L Ramakrishnan, vice-president at SAATHII, a Chennai-based public health advocacy group.

"I am hopeful of change given the judge has indicated he would follow up on the directions on a regular basis," he said.

In reaching his ruling, the judge said he had sought information on same-sex relationships from a psychologist. The judge described himself as not "fully woke" and said he belonged to the majority in India, who are "yet to comprehend homosexuality completely".
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🇺🇿 Uzbekistan politician wants to deport all LGBT+ people: ‘We have to solve this problem’
Source: https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2021/06/08/uzbek...gbt-gay-rights/

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A politician in Uzbekistan has said the country should strip LGBT+ people of citizenship and deport them as a solution to debates around LGBT+ rights.

Alisher Kadyrov, leader of Uzbekistan’s National Revival party, claimed in an interview with Alter Ego that withdrawing citizenship rights for queer people would force other countries to offer them refuge.

The politician acknowledged that Uzbekistan is undergoing a process of social change, but insisted that the public will never change its mind on LGBT+ rights “even after 1,000 years”.

Kadyrov went on to suggest that stripping queer people of citizenship and deporting them would be a more empathetic approach than imprisonment.

“When I put forward this proposal on social networks, up to 100 LGBT people got in touch with me and agreed with what I had said,” Kadyrov said, according to a translation published by EurasiaNet.

“They said that they cannot get visas from those countries that condemn Uzbekistan for its attitude towards LGBT people.

He continued: “LGBT people are targeted with violence, but I do not support that. I believe that this is a provocation.

“We have to solve this problem and my solution is international practice. There are 26 countries that practice deportation. In Iran and Saudi Arabia, they envision the death penalty.”

Kadyrov failed to offer any specifics on how his deportation programme would work – or how queer people could be identified and ordered to leave the country.

Sex between men is still illegal in Uzbekistan and is punishable with up to three years in prison.

LGBT+ people in the country face persecution and shocking levels of violence, according to a report released by Human Rights Watch in March.

The group found that queer men face arbitrary detention, prosecution and imprisonment in Uzbekistan, while others face homophobia, threats and extortion because of their sexuality.

While prosecutions are rare under the country’s gay sex ban, queer men often are often targeted by law enforcement authorities and are sometimes charged with other crimes, such as prostitution.

The country’s ban on gay sex is a hangover from when Uzbekistan was a part of the Soviet Union. It remains the only former Soviet territory – alongside Turkmenistan – that continues to criminalise sex between men.
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🇺🇸 Majority of Republicans now support same-sex marriage. It’s only taken until 2021
Source: https://www.pinknews.co.uk/2021/06/08/gay-m...port-americans/

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More Americans than ever support same-sex marriage including record levels of Republicans and older people.

Gallup’s survey of 1,016 American adults showed at least 70 per cent supported same-sex marriage. This is an all-time high since the analytics firm started tracking such attitudes in 1996 when only 27 per cent of Americans supported recognition of same-sex marriages.

The latest figure is also 10 percentage points higher than the 60 per cent of Americans who supported same-sex marriage in 2015. The US Supreme Court ruled in June 2015 that same-sex marriage was a constitutional right and must be recognised the same as any other union under the law.

This is also the first year where a majority of Republicans, who have traditionally been “opponents of legalisation”, supported same-sex marriage. Over half (55 per cent) of Republicans surveyed by Gallup said they had a favourable attitude towards same-sex unions.

When the records began in 1996, only 16 per cent of Republicans said they supported same-sex marriage. Gallup attributed this dramatic increase to “changes in Republicans’ views” in the recent past.

The support for same-sex marriages within the Democrat political party has remained consistent. Gallup reported the current 83 per cent among Democrats is “on par with the level of support” it has “recorded over the past few years”. The firm said this could “suggest that support for gay marriage has reached a ceiling for this group” for now.

Support for same-sex marriage also increased slightly among political independents to a record high of 73 per cent, up from the 68 per cent to 71 per cent recorded from 2017 to 2020.

Gallup also noted support among adults aged over 55 jumped from 51 per cent in 2019 up to 60 per cent of adults in 2021. The analytics firm reported this means older adults, “who were once holdouts in support for gay marriage”, now “come down on the same side of the issue as young adults”.

There was also a modest increase in the number of young adults aged 18 to 34 who support same-sex marriage. In 2019, 81 per cent of people in this age group said they supported equal marriage. This increased to 84 per cent in 2021.

Gallup reported people aged between 35 and 54 saw a 10 percentage point increase over the last two years – the largest jump in support for same-sex marriage of the age groups surveyed. Three in five (62 per cent) of adults in this age demographic said they supported same-sex marriage in 2019. Just two years later, this increased to 72 per cent of adults in this group.
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🇺🇸 Biden Budget Proposal Replaces ‘Mother’ with ‘Birthing Person’
Source: https://www.nationalreview.com/news/biden-b...irthing-person/

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President Joe Biden’s 2022 budget proposal uses language that supplants the word “mothers,” referring to women who both deliver a baby and raise the child, with the phrase “birthing people.”

“The United States has the highest maternal mortality rate among developed nations, with an unacceptably high mortality rate for Black, American Indian/Alaska Native, and other women of color,” the provision reads. The section begins by incorporating gender-specific terms such as  “maternal” and “women of color” but then reverts to gender-neutral wording later in the paragraph.

Biden’s budget would allocate over $200 million in funding “to help end this high rate of maternal mortality and race-based disparities in outcomes among birthing people.” The paragraph then jumps back to using “maternal health” and “maternal morbidity,” terms which refer to motherhood. Also included in that $200 million allotment are investments to “implement implicit bias training for healthcare providers.”

The Biden budget “birthing people” discovery comes after elected officials, such as Democratic Missouri representative Cori Bush, were slammed by conservatives for using the phrase “Black birthing people” to refer to Black mothers surrounding a House Oversight Committee hearing on black maternal health. The National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, a pro-abortion non-profit organization, defended Bush in a statement claiming that “…it’s not just cis-gender women that can get pregnant and give birth. Reproductive freedom is for *every* body.”

A similar movement has emerged among some progressive circles, and in certain hospitals in England, to refer to “breast-feeding” as “chest-feeding.” In January, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi proposed a series of House rule revisions that include ditching the use of gendered terms and pronouns for more inclusive ones, namely “he” and “she” for “they.”

Critics of gender-inclusive terminology argue that it reduces women to their mechanical reproductive abilities, insults their special nurturing and child-rearing gifts, and diminishes the unique joys and challenges of the female experience.
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🇬🇭 Ghana court denies bail for 21 detained LGBT activists
Source: https://www.reuters.com/world/africa/ghana-...sts-2021-06-08/

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A Ghanaian court on Tuesday denied bail to 21 gay rights activists arrested nearly three weeks ago for what police described as an unlawful gathering, their lawyer said.

The 16 women and five men were told to reappear in court on June 16 for their next hearing. Some were seen weeping after the ruling in the southeastern city of Ho.

LGBT people face widespread persecution in the West African nation, where gay sex is punishable with up to three years imprisonment. Ghana has not prosecuted anyone for same-sex relations in years, but the LGBT community has reported a crackdown by authorities in recent months.

The activists were arrested on May 20 at a hotel, police said in a statement at the time of their arrest. The statement accused them of having advocated LGBT activities with books and flyers with titles including "Coming out" and "All about Trans".

The organisation LGBT+ Rights Ghana said there was no lawful reason for the arrests, and that the activists had met for a workshop on how to document and report human rights violations. Promoting LGBT rights is not illegal in Ghana.

Julia Selman Ayetey, a lawyer for the defendants, told Reuters that they were denied bail, without giving further details. The activists had already been denied bail at the Ho High Court before taking their application to the Circuit Court.
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🇬🇧 Spice Girls come together to celebrate Pride Month
Source: https://www.malaymail.com/news/life/2021/06...e-month/1981335



LONDON, June 11 ― Calling all fans of the most famous girl band on the planet! The Spice Girls recently reunited for a cause that is close to their hearts, and one which they have been supporting since the mid-1990s: Pride. In celebration of Pride Month, Victoria Beckham called on her former bandmates to help showcase her new capsule collection in aid of the Albert Kennedy Trust, an LGBTQ+ youth homelessness charity in the UK.

While they only rarely appear together, the Spice Girls clearly don't hesitate to join forces when it comes to supporting a good cause. That's exactly what fans of the band saw this June, which is also Pride Month. Like many fashion brands, the designer Victoria Beckham has unveiled her latest Pride collection, comprising a T-shirt and a small pouch on which appear, in rainbow letters, the words “Proud and wannabe your lover,” referencing the famous song the band released in 1996.

To model this new collection, Posh Spice called on Melanie Chisholm, Melanie Brown, Geri Halliwell and Emma Bunton. The girl band's five ex-members each posed with the capsule T-shirt ― wearing it in turn with jeans, a skirt or joggers to show off their individual styles ― in a montage that scored over a million views in just a few hours, and which was accompanied by a message from Victoria Beckham.

“Pride to me is a celebration of being completely yourself and this year's T-shirt is a reminder of that. The Spice Girls really championed accepting yourself and others, being kind, having fun and just living your best life! The LGBTQ+ community is so close to my heart and I'm so proud to be supporting Pride 2021 with the girls and akt again this year,” wrote the British designer.

The collection is available via the Victoria Beckham e-store with the T-shirt priced US$100 (RM411.76) and the pouch at US$120. All profits from the capsule will go to the Albert Kennedy Trust, which works to combat LGBQT+ youth homelessness in the UK. ― ETX Studio


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🇺🇸 This Is What It’s Like to Come Out as Trans in the Army
Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oMJFqSvuUWo


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🇲🇾 AGC giving Nhaveen family lawyers the silent treatment, says activist
Source: https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/...-says-activist/

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GEORGE TOWN: Prosecutors in the T Nhaveen murder trial have refused to entertain the family’s lawyers over new evidence in the ongoing case, said an activist today.

Arun Dorasamy said the attorney-general’s chambers have been giving the Nhaveen family the “silent treatment”, despite the apparent discovery of new evidence related to the brutal and fatal bashing of the 18-year-old four years ago.

“We are not trying to prevent the prosecutor or the AGC from doing their job, but the family lawyer is merely trying to present new evidence that they might find useful in the trial,” he said when contacted.

Arun said two letters had been written to the AGC on May 31 and June 10, while attempts to reach the prosecutor had also proved futile.

“If the AGC refuses to grant our lawyer a meeting, I, Nhaveen’s mother and T Previin will go on a hunger strike from June 22,” he said. Previin is Nhaveen’s best friend who was also beaten up by a group of youths at a park in Bukit Gelugor, together with Nhaveen.

Arun also called on the government to recognise June 15 as the Zulfarhan-Nhaveen Anti-Bullying Day to remember victims of those who have died as a result of bullying.

Navy cadet Zulfarhan Osman Zulkarnain, 21, was tortured to death on June 1, 2017, by his peers at Universiti Pertahanan Nasional Malaysia.

“Since Zulfarhan and Nhaveen’s deaths were two weeks apart, the government ought to recognise this day to raise awareness against bullying and the ragging culture.

“And also, what has happened to the anti-bullying laws that the government promised to come up with?”

Nhaveen’s murder trial will continue on June 29 and 30.


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Nhaveen's assault is largely seen by LGBTQ activists as a proof homophobic attack because the assailants were taunting him with the word 'pondan' (sissy) before eventually beating him to death.




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A woman, who’s believed to be a sister-in-law to a local politician, has sparked controversy after she pointed out that Muslims – particularly in Malaysia – are being forced to perform religious practices, including praying and fasting.

For context, the controversy started after a video of her kissing her female partner (which was taken from her IG post) went viral online. Refusing to stay silent about the matter, she came up with a lengthy clip on her YouTube channel to address the issue in person.

“Honestly, I’m fine, I’m good, thanks. I chose this way of life because it makes me happy. It’s who I am, it’s who I’ve always been. Living in Malaysia where you’re born into the religion, and there’s no way out. Basically, you’re just forced to stay in the religion and you don’t have the choice,” the lady claimed.

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She added. “To me, the basic human right is to have this choice. You have to be able to choose your religion. Let’s say, this religion doesn’t fit me, because it says homosexuals are sinful and they will go to hell. So why should I practise this religion? It’s as simple as that.”

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The woman in the video then revealed, “Anyways, besides the LGBT part, I’m not a practising Muslim. I don’t pray five times a day, I don’t fast, I don’t do all these things. And I’m gonna tell you one thing, maybe 80% of Malays in Malaysia, who are ‘claiming’ to be Muslims are not practising either. They’re just forced to do it because they have no choice. All these Malays are trapped.”

“The education system is so bad, and we’re just basically moulded from the moment we were born. We just have no choice. I know so many wish for their lives to be different, but they can’t do anything about it because they have to conform to society, to the rules and regulations and also to the laws of the country,” the Malaysian said. It’s understood that she’s now residing in France with her partner.

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Wish you eternal happiness sis. (Syukur la got Mat salleh partner 😉)

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Found the video. There's a lot of bigots giving their 2 cents in the comment section. Reminds me of those who are jealous with the success and freedom of Dr.Amalina in UK. When another Malaysian girl finding true love in Europe there's always bodoh-bodoh ones who are not happy with them. 🙄


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Found the video. There's a lot of bigots giving their 2 cents in the comment section. Reminds me of those who are jealous with the success and freedom of Dr.Amalina in UK. When another Malaysian girl finding true love in Europe there's always bodoh-bodoh ones who are not happy with them. 🙄


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She's so brave! I wish more people would come out with these kinds of stories.

She's a sister-in-law of a politician. I wonder if the politician is in the government or not. sweat.gif




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🇲🇾 Syor wujud pusat tahanan, pemulihan LGBT
Source: https://www.bharian.com.my/berita/nasional/...-pemulihan-lgbt

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KUALA LUMPUR: Kaukus Kesejahteraan Rakyat Dewan Negara mencadangkan kerajaan mewujudkan pusat tahanan dan pemulihan khas kepada golongan lesbian, gay, biseksual dan transgender (LGBT).

Pengerusinya, Datuk Razali Idris, berkata pusat seperti itu perlu berikutan terdapat kes apabila golongan berkenaan bertindak melampau dengan menghasut dan mencabar pihak berkuasa.

Katanya, dalam kes terbaru seorang usahawan kosmetik transgender bertindak lucah secara langsung di platform media sosial, serta melakukan amang seksual bukan fizikal terhadap kanak-kanak lelaki di bawah umur.

"Perbuatan melampau sehingga mengganggu ketenteraman awam dan kesejahteraan rakyat terutama di media sosial ini adalah suatu perkara yang tidak boleh diterima dalam masyarakat Malaysia," katanya dalam kenyataan di sini, hari ini.

Razali berkata, Kaukus Kesejahteraan Rakyat Dewan Negara berterima kasih di atas keprihatinan rakyat Malaysia yang menegur golongan terbabit dengan membuat laporan polis.

Malah katanya, polis juga sudah menahan reman golongan terbabit akibat perbuatan melampau yang dilakukannya.

"Masyarakat tidak boleh membiarkan kebiadaban golongan LGBT ini yang begitu terbuka dan berleluasa.

"Justeru Kaukus Kesejahteraan Rakyat Dewan Negara mencadangkan keperluan mewujudkan pusat tahanan dan pemulihan khas LGBT bagi merawat dan membimbing golongan itu ke arah kebaikan, kerohanian dan kesejahteraan rakyat," katanya.

Malah Razali berkata, pihaknya percaya polis, Jabatan Kemajuan Islam Malaysia (JAKIM), Kementerian Komunikasi dan Multimedia (KKMM) serta Kementerian Pembangunan Wanita, Keluarga dan Masyarakat sudah mempunyai modul dan program bagi mendekati golongan LGBT supaya mereka tidak berasa terpinggir.

Justeru katanya, Kaukus Kesejahteraan Rakyat Dewan Negara turut mengesyorkan pendidikan mengenai LGBT dimulakan sejak di peringkat sekolah.

"Ini supaya pelajar terdedah kepada gejala gaya hidup sedemikian yang menjurus kepada perbuatan seks bebas, kerosakan institusi kekeluargaan serta masyarakat dan penyumbang kepada penularan jangkitan HIV.

"Selain itu guru kaunseling juga perlu memainkan peranan menyebarkan maklumat mengenai perkara itu dan bagaimana untuk mengelak atau menangani permasalahan terbabit," katanya.

Semalam, pemilik akaun Instagram safieyillias94 yang juga pengasas kosmetik dan rakannya direman tiga hari bagi membantu siasatan berhubung komunikasi lucah dan amang seksual membabitkan kanak-kanak bawah umur.

Ketua Polis Daerah Kajang, Asisten Komisioner Mohd Zaid Hassan dilaporkan berkata, reman dua lelaki berusia 20-an itu bermula semalam sehingga 13 Jun bagi membantu siasatan polis.

Mereka ditahan mengikut Seksyen 12(1) Akta Kesalahan Seksual Terhadap Kanak-Kanak 2017 dan Seksyen 233 Akta Komunikasi dan Multimedia.


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Safiey Ilias' case really has been blown out of proportion and turned into a convenient argument against LGBT. sweat.gif




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Safiey Ilias' case really has been blown out of proportion and turned into a convenient argument against LGBT. sweat.gif
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safiey act of grooming children is dangerous. LGBT or not, those predator act should be punished by law
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What is your take about this pedo behavior? is it acceptable or it has cross the line?
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safiey act of grooming children is dangerous. LGBT or not, those predator act should be punished by law
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Didn't support what she did is clearly wrong. Preying on young children is no no regardless of gender and sexual preferences.
The same reason I condemn pedophile teachers (many cases happened in US) who spread their legs and vagina as encouragement for young male students to study and pass the exam. Which surprisingly many male forumers here wishing the same situation happened to them and their son. How hypocrite.
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What is your take about this pedo behavior? is it acceptable or it has cross the line?
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I haven't watched the full video so I can't really comment if what she did in the video crosses the line or not.

I can't help but feel that there is selective prosecution in regards to LGBT, though. There was a case of a male teacher making rape jokes at a school recently which sparked a nationwide #makeschoolsafer campaign but it was quickly brushed aside by the authorities. The arrest of the male teacher (if there is any) was curiously never publicized. Seems like LGBT needs to be our best behavior at all times or else we are at risk of tarnishing the name of the whole community. sweat.gif
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safiey act of grooming children is dangerous. LGBT or not, those predator act should be punished by law
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Didn't support what she did is clearly wrong. Preying on young children is no no regardless of gender and sexual preferences.
The same reason I condemn pedophile teachers (many cases happened in US) who spread their legs and vagina as encouragement for young male students to study and pass the exam. Which surprisingly many male forumers here wishing the same situation happened to them and their son. How hypocrite.
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that can be count as rape or sexual assault, yes? because sex interaction with minor
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I haven't watched the full video so I can't really comment if what she did in the video crosses the line or not.

I can't help but feel that there is selective prosecution in regards to LGBT, though. There was a case of a male teacher making rape jokes at a school recently which sparked a nationwide #makeschoolsafer campaign but it was quickly brushed aside by the authorities. The arrest of the male teacher (if there is any) was curiously never publicized.  Seems like LGBT needs to be our best behavior at all times or else we are at risk of tarnishing the name of the whole community.  sweat.gif
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Rape joke != showing your private part to minor in private.
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Rape joke != showing your private part to minor in private.
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Did Safiey Ilias expose her vagina in her IG Live?

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