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ViQ

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#1
Oct 16, 2009
 
http://justkhai.com/blog/photos-pesta-gay-di-... #

Photos: Pesta Gay di Malaysia.Yeah!

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Bandung, Indonesia

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#2
Oct 16, 2009
 
yang bener kow viq? hehe wah setelah dibuka memang fakta yang tidak bisa terbantahkan lagi....

Since: Oct 09

Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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#3
Oct 16, 2009
 
yah dimana -mana orang khan dah tau bahwa sodomi udah sangat identik dengan bangsa malaishit.. gini aja kok masih diinfokan... bukankah menurut sodom word jurnal, malaishit adalah negara sodomi no 1 di dunia...., contohnya terorisnya aja lubang pantatnya waktu di visum keluar corongnya wuakakakak..kakak ho....ho..ho,. dan bukan rahasia umum lagi kalau seluruh sultan di malaishit munyukai acara sodomi
ViQ

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#4
Oct 16, 2009
 
menjijikkan....
ViQ

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Oct 16, 2009
 
The Accidental Informant

In the shadows of the soaring stainless steel and glass of the Petronas Towers I ate lunch at a an outdoor cafť overlooking the pond, park and water fountain. My waiter made several trips to my table to take the order, deliver the food and re-fill the water, as was his duty. Each time he came over he seemed to sashay a bit more so I finally asked him the unnecessary question: was he one of us? "Most definitely I am," he replied with a happy smile and dark focused eyes, in perfect English.

So whatís it like here, being gay?" I replied, a bit surprised at his openness, Without dropping a beat, he said, "Well, you know, itís a bit harsh. The religion here makes it hard to feel completely good."

But if you are not religious, then itís better?

"Yes, definitely. I think no religion makes us feel good and that I think is a sin," he replied. The outdoor cafe was not too busy and he seemed willing to engage with me. His name was Walid and he had worked here for about two years. "But I am not religious. How can I be, I donít want to feel bad.í

Is it a problem here in Malaysia to be gay? Can you be fired from your job if they know?

Walid laughed, "I donít have to worry. My boss is a lesbian! She knows about me and I know about her so we get along fine."

Where do lesbians in KL go to meet and socialize? There are four gay bars and two saunas but where are the lesbian bars?

"They might go to a gay bar, but not much. They are very quiet. They have their friends and see each other outside--you know, like for shopping or for lunch."

Does your family know about you?

"Oh yes. My mother used to say I acted like a little girl so she was not surprised."

Do you have a boyfriend?

"Yes, two of them!" he said with an impish and slightly embarrassed yet pleased laugh. "One is from here and the other is from Singapore."

Do they know about each other?

"Oh, no! That would not be good," he declared with a gasp.

Why do you have two boyfriends?

"I guess because I am very sexed. Maybe I donít like commitment to one person. That is the way I am."

Do you live alone?

"No, I live with my local boyfriend."

So gay life here for you is not so bad?

"Yes. Itís OK. I always want more money but I have work and friends and family. Thatís a good life for now."

And so our lunchtime conversation came and went, squeezed in between salad, entree, dessert and paying the bill. As I left, Wahid waved good-bye with the same cheerful demeanor and a not-indiscreetly blown kiss. Itís no wonder he has two boyfriends.
The Outsiders Djakarta

Jakarta, Indonesia

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#7
Oct 16, 2009
 
tega.a malaysia memfitnah indo sebagai negara gay ...
tetapi merekalah yg sebebar.a negara untuk penampungan orang" gay ...

malaysia berhentilah memfitnah kami ..
sadarlah !!
ViQ

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Oct 16, 2009
 
Dinner Talk--Middle Class, Middle Age

This unexpected chat was the first of several I had with gay guys in Kuala Lumpur. By the end of my visit, my poorly informed perspective about gay life in Malaysia had shifted to a more realistic view.

"Yes, it was a bizarre show; every day we could read about homosexuality in the newspapers. It was shocking because people donít talk about sex in public here--especially homosexuality. Thatís never mentioned, and here it was on the front pages." These observations came from Peng Hew and his friend-from-childhood Joo-Khong as we sat in a sidewalk cafť one evening across the street from the Regent Hotel.

I met these men about 2 AM the night before as they took a breather from the noise and smoke inside the Blue Boy bar/disco. I had gone to see what this popular place looked and sounded like, as if I didnít know already.(If thereís one thing that seems to be universal, itís the Ďgay barí look: dark walls and ceiling, mirrored barback lined with liquor bottles, the smell of beer, the thunderous and deafening sound system, flashing lights bouncing shards of color off the mirrored dance ball, the DJ hovering over his mixer to keep the dozens or hundreds of dancing boys hopping on the floor, some shirtless, all sweaty and not a few riding high on some stimulant.)

As I left Blue Boy in the early hours, Peng and Joo standing outside enjoying the cool night air (it was over 90 degrees during the day) I approached them with some small talk and after a while I asked for an interview the next day. At first, understandably, they were apprehensive about a stranger in the night, but after a few minutes they seemed assured enough to agree to dinner the next evening.

Both men are from Chinese-Malaysian families (which are racially distinct from all-Malay families or from Indonesian-Malay families). I wondered if these different cultures had different reactions to homosexuality. Not surprisingly, gays of Chinese-Malaysian descent feel more ill at ease in coming out to their families than full-blooded gay Malaysians.

Both he and Peng are businessmen. Joo is a construction project manager with a large company that builds infrastructures such as roads and bridges. Peng is a advertising designer for a small firm. Neither is out to his family or to co-workers. Despite the generally high awareness of homosexuality in KL (as Kuala Lumpur is known) both feel very uncomfortable with others knowing about them, other than close gay friends.

Both men, in their forties, still hope for long term partners but neither expects it will really happen. Peng lives with his family and a sister. This provides no opportunity for dating or privacy at home, and he doesnít see how he could leave home without being married. "I am the good son, so I take care of my parents, " he said with a calm resolve that semed surprisingly devoid of regret. Joo recently bought a two-bedroom condo in one of the countless high-rise projects that have sprouted up in KL over the past ten years. He doesn't worry about his family because they live far away.

As for long term relationships, Joo and Peng knew of only one couple, who had been together for eight years. "There is such a mix of cultures and language here. Itís difficult to have a Malay boyfriend because they have a different language and culture. Malaysia seems like itís one country, but there are many separate parts. Most Chinese-Malaysians speak English and most Malays speak ĎBahasa Melayuí the national language."

There are currently four gay bars and two saunas in KL.

As for the future here of gay life? Joo thought there would be some more bars and saunas, but definitely no parades or festival for a long time to come.

some sentences were cut due to 4000 words limitation..
ViQ

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Oct 16, 2009
 
Selangor FC wrote:
yang bener kow viq? hehe wah setelah dibuka memang fakta yang tidak bisa terbantahkan lagi....
bener, ada foto fotonya..

click aja link nya..
ViQ

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Oct 16, 2009
 
Cafť Talk-the Young Ones

The next day, I had an unexpected exchange with two younger Malaysian gays. We spotted each other as I walked past another Starbucks cafť--which have arrived in swarms in Asia in the past three years. This one was just up the street from where I had diner with Peng and Joo.

Salam and Fain apeared about fifteen years younger than Joo and Peng--almost a generation-- and it showed in their more cavalier and carefree attitudes about being gay in KL. Both were out to their families; both had have boyfriends for a while although Fain was now single after his British boyfriend dumped him for another young thing. Salamís current boyfriend had just arrived from Australia and was home sleeping off the late night. Meanwhile Salam was still out --chatting up strangers-- after all-night dancing with the enhanced light-and-sound effect that comes from a bit of ĎXí. When we met they were coming down with frappacino; they playfully whistled for me to come sit with them.

After few comments about their being up all night, I asked what gay was like here. "We have no problem being gay here," said Fain with a dismissive wave of his delicate hand. "As long as you donít try to make a scene like balloons and naked asses they leave you alone. I have never seen police stopping gay people in a bar, but I know the Blue Boy disco was raided sometimes--for drugs I think, not for being gay. People were stopped and urine-tested for drugs. The newspapers reported these raids in the late 1980's and 1990's.

Meanwhile, Salam, appeared more restless, blowing occasional kisses and suggesting that we go practice something with fewer words.

They were not bothered by the small choice of gay bars and saunas; in a city of 1.5 million there were only four bars (Blue Boy, Liquid, Velvet, and Xu) and three saunas (Otot-Otot, Hot Top and Mirage). But in the past few years, as luxury hotels have sprouted up around the Bukit Bintang area in central KL, smaller ancillary venues have also opened such as Starbucks and Coffee Bean shops, Seven-Elevens, trendy restaurants, cafes, clothing stores and sparkling shopping malls with dozens of smaller brightly lit boutiques and stalls. Mobile phones are the very hot item now.

Part of Jalan Bukit Bintang street is blocked off on weekends and the area becomes one of KLís most trendy pedestrian promenades, the place to see and to be seen, filled with outdoor music and colorful displays of the latest merchandise and fashions from Gucci and food from chic cafes to MacDonalds. Of course, gay folks are never far behind--and often ahead--of such appealing locales and the business of people-watching; cruising is always free and happens with little effort. While the streets roll up about midnight, on weekends, the bars go on for at least a couple more hours, after which the all-nighters move on to places such as Back Room, a mixed club.
ViQ

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Oct 16, 2009
 
kalau ada yang mau liat, please click this link:

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ViQ

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#12
Oct 16, 2009
 
have a nice saturday evening, malon...

enjoy your gay arse.....
ViQ

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#13
Oct 16, 2009
 
ooopss.. satu lagi sebelum saya jalan jalan....

School Teacher Charged with Sodomy

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A primary school teacher was charged under Section 377C and Section 377A of the Penal Code for sodomising a 14-year-old boy and forcing him to perform oral sex on him.

30-year-old Badrul Akmal Ishak claimed trial yesterday to the charges of committing carnal intercourse against the order of nature at a house in Taman Kembara 2, Rantau Panjang, in August 2008.

If found guilty, Badrul Akmal may be jailed up to 20 years and caned for each charge.

Deputy Public Prosecutor Aimi Syazwani Sarmin proposed to deny Badrul Akmal bail, fearing that he may harass the victim if he is not detained. Badrul Akmalís counsel, Gerard Lazarus, then argued that his client had not gone near the victim when he was on bail following his arrest.

Judge Yong Zarida decided to fix bail at RM5,000 in one surety for both offences and prohibited Badrul Akmal interacting with the victim in any way. The teacher is also required to report to the nearest police station on the first Saturday of every month until the conclusion of the case. Trial date has been set to 3 March 2009.

The Star Online Ė Teacher charged with sodomising boy
ViQ

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#14
Oct 16, 2009
 
sedikit keluar dari topic.
kalau ini bukan gay, tapi contoh kebejatan malon..

Cousin Raped 4-Year-Old Girl
15 May 2009
Petaling Jaya

A 4-year-old girl was allegedly raped by her 18-year-old cousin at her home in Taman Kinrara after the cousin brought her back from kindergarten on Tuesday at 3pm.

The victimís 35-year-old housewife mother had called for her nephew who works as a restaurant crew to fetch her daughter as she had to meet a friend. The teenager was told to bring the girl back to his Bandar Kinrara house and watch for her to fetch the girl.

The teenager brought the victim back to her house then brought her back to his house instead.

Later, the teenagerís mother suspected something was wrong when the victim complained about pain in her private parts and cried non-stop. The matter was revealed to the girlís mother, who lodged a report at the Subang Jaya district police headquarters. The teenager was arrested later that day.

The Star Online Ė Child raped by cousin who took her home
ViQ

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Oct 16, 2009
 
ini juga..
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Man Charged with Murder and Incest of Daughters
13 May 2009
George Town

A 40-year-old odd-job labourer was charged yesterday for the murder of his 7-year-old daughter 5 years ago and committing incest with his 14-year-old daughter in February this year.

In court yesterday, the man was alleged to have murdered the 7-year-old girl, whose birth was not registered, at Medan Angsana 1, Bandar Baru Air Itam, on 11 November 2004 between 7am and 7pm the next day. Under Section 302 of the Penal Code, no plea was entered and no bail was offered.

The man then was charged with committing incest with the older daughter at a male toilet at Level 6, Kompleks Farlim on 7 February 2009 at 12:30pm.

Under Section 376B of the Penal Code for incest, the man faces with a jail term of between 6 and 20 years and with whipping.

After the man did not stand up and respond to the charges that were being read out to him, deputy public prosecutor Tan Gin Han told the court that the accused be sent for psychiatric evaluation. Noor Aini ordered the man to be observed for a month at Hospital Bahagia in Ulu Kinta.

His cases are fixed for mention on 12 June 2009.

The Star Online Ė Man charged with killing one daughter and raping another
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#16
Oct 16, 2009
 
kembali ke laaaappptoop...
The Outsiders Djakarta

Jakarta, Indonesia

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#17
Oct 16, 2009
 
VIQ salut saya ma kau ..
lanjutkan !!
Ryan Herwansyah Junior

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#18
Oct 16, 2009
 
Malaysia - Chinese gay

Indonesia - Javanese gay

They belong together!

http://www.topix.com/forum/world/malaysia/TQV...

Students reveal disturbing tales of sexual violence

The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Tue, 12/23/2008 11:23 PM | National
Twenty one students of Telkom Terpadu vocational high school in Pati, Central Java, on Tuesday reported the school's founder to the National Police, for having committed multiple cases of sexual violence.

According to the victims, the founder (identified as AHM) had repeatedly sodomized male students in front of other students, stripped them naked in the school yard and hung them upside down.

"AHM has been committing the violence since 2004," Maskuri, the students' legal representative, said as quoted by Tempointeraktif.com .

AHM was one of the school's founders but his name was not listed on the school board, Maskuri said.

AHM had also threatened teachers who opposed his conduct. Eight teachers who defended students had been fired from the school.

Separately, a group of the school's students, teachers and parents on Tuesday went to the Education Ministry in Central Jakarta, demanding AHM's punishment.(dre)

FREE INDONESIA!!!!
Ryan Herwansyah Junior

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Oct 16, 2009
 
Sodomizer jailed for 1 year

The Jakarta Post , Jakarta | Wed, 07/11/2001 12:00 AM | Jakarta

JAKARTA (JP): Sodomy defendant Nurochman, 26, did not react when a judge sentenced him to a one-year jail term on Tuesday for sodomizing a teenage boy in February this year.

Judge Thamrin Barzais of the East Jakarta District Court said Nurochman, a jobless man, was convicted of sodomizing his teenage neighbor at his home on Jl. Teratai Putih in East Jakarta on Feb. 3 this year.

""This was an amoral act that had been performed. The defendant deserves what he gets,"" Thamrin told the courtroom on Tuesday.

The sentence was lighter than the 1.5-year jail term prosecutor Djatmiko had earlier demanded.

Judge Thamrin said that the amoral act started after Nurochman invited the boy to his empty home, showed him pornographic photographs and dirty magazines, then raped him.

After the rape, the boy, whose identity was not revealed to reporters, immediately informed his mother, who fainted upon hearing about the incident.

The boy's parents wasted no time to report the incident to the police. Nurochman was then arrested on Feb. 5.(ylt)

FREE INDONESIAN FROM JAVANESE FREAKS!!!
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#20
Oct 16, 2009
 
he Gay Archipelago is the first book-length exploration of the lives of gay men in Indonesia, the world's fourth most populous nation and home to more Muslims than any other country. Based on a range of field methods, it explores how Indonesian gay and lesbian identities are shaped by nationalism and globalization. Yet the case of gay and lesbian Indonesians also compels us to ask more fundamental questions about how we decide when two things are "the same" or "different." The book thus examines the possibilities of an "archipelagic" perspective on sameness and difference.

Tom Boellstorff examines the history of homosexuality in Indonesia, and then turns to how gay and lesbian identities are lived in everyday Indonesian life, from questions of love, desire, and romance to the places where gay men and lesbian women meet. He also explores the roles of mass media, the state, and marriage in gay and lesbian identities.

The Gay Archipelago is unusual in taking the whole nation-state of Indonesia as its subject, rather than the ethnic groups usually studied by anthropologists. It is by looking at the nation in cultural terms, not just political terms, that identities like those of gay and lesbian Indonesians become visible and understandable. In doing so, this book addresses questions of sexuality, mass media, nationalism, and modernity with implications throughout Southeast Asia and beyond.
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#21
Oct 16, 2009
 

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Memanglah d malaysia ada ...
D indon pun ada ....org indon pun tahu tapi diam je..
Lebih suka citer pasal org lain....
Memang dah ada dendam kat Malay...
Yg x elok nampak ...
Yg baik klu boleh nak sorok x bg nampak...

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