Despite some improvements in recent years, members of Myanmar’s LGBT community continue to face stigma in their everyday lives. Negative stereotypes towards LGBT people are often enhanced by clownish depictions in movies, as well as a century-old law that criminalises homosexual activity.
This week, Doh Athan meets some of those who are fighting back, working to remove negative stereotypes, and to raise the voice of the country’s LGBT people.
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