Indonesian Clamp Down on LGBT communications, news and media

More bad news for LGBT population of Indonesia   Indonesia has agreed to block dozens of gay websites and apps in a crackdown on so-called “gay propaganda” Homosexuality has never been illegal in the Islamic country, but attitudes towards LGBT people have become steadily more extreme in recent years despite a growing gay population. This week it was announced that the country’s government will clamp down on gay culture, instituting a new ban on internet “gay propaganda”  after a request from the police. Communications ministry spokesman Noor Iza confirmed to AFP that gay networking apps including Grindr, Blued and BoyAhoy would be blocked in the

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