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Lokman Hakim Bin Sulaiman, Malaysia’s deputy director-general of health, said in a statement that the offending category had been replaced with “gender and sexuality”.
The decision was made following a meeting between ministry officials, the Malaysian Aids Council, experts, and representatives of “key population groups”, Dr Lokman said.
Activists say intolerance of LGBT people has spiked in recent years in Malaysia, a multi-ethnic Southeast Asian country that is majority Muslim.
Dressed in a traditional batik shirt, he drove us straight from his office near KLCC to the venue in Petaling Jaya.
On Wednesday, he said the purpose of the contest was “not to single out or to discriminate” against the LGBT community, but to explore views among teens and identify gaps in health services.
Transgender activist Nisha Ayub, who had raised concerns over the video contest, welcomed the ministry’s rethink.
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I hope this kind of engagement with officials will continue at other government agencies,” she told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
“Committing carnal intercourse against the order of nature” (namely oral or anal sex) could land you up to 20 years in prison or a whipping sentence, thanks to the country’s colonial-era penal code left by the British.
Raymond Tai, Chief Operations Officer at The Pink Triangle Foundation (an LGBT charity in Kuala Lumpur), says the Malaysian government uses the subjects of race and religion “to exert anti-gay influence” over the Malay-majority population.
Tai says most Malay people “would be reserved in expressing their support for the rights of LGBT, for fear of being seen as a lesser Muslim, and out of peer pressure.” Hafiz, a Muslim-Malay, notes that this severely impacts his relationship with his religion.
“Me liking guys, it’s a really hard thing because I really love being a Muslim,” he said.
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My date Hafiz, a 24-year-old lawyer, explained: “In Kuala Lumpur people are considered more liberal, and the younger generation is a lot more accepting.