GAYTIMES - Apr 30 - Back in January, Indonesia began banning gay dating apps. Their actions against the LGBTQ community didn't stop there, as they announced plans to criminalise homosexuality by Valentine's Day, as it had the backing of all 10 major parties. Although they didn't meet that deadline, the bill is still going ahead. However, the LGBTQ community have been granted a temporary reprieve as the government announced that the bill was being put on hold for "two to three months" so that the public can have their say.
by Matt Moore
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