Rigid ideas about biological sex and gender in Malaysia are barriers to social justice and equality.
Rigid ideas about biological sex and gender in Malaysia are barriers to social justice and equality.22 October 2011 / Comments Off on #LoyarEqual: The Struggles of Trans-Feminism in Malaysia / Read More
Bullies. There’s no way to retaliate against them. Not even with a middle finger.
Malaysia seems gender equal enough, but on closer inspection sexism is rife and insidious.
It’s time to end the sexual double standard and start respecting sex workers as people.
There’s no need to fear feminism. Equality benefits everybody.
Inventing a suicide out of thin air. A sham, and a shame.
From the Selangor Times Issue 21, 22-24 April 2011. This week, His Supreme Eminenceness jabbers on about political ideologies, the whip system, and the role of a spouse.
LoyarBurokkers Edmund Bon and Fahri Azzat were on BFM today to speak about voters’ rights and education, amidst LoyarBurok’s latest efforts: Ops PISANG, Pusat Rakyat LB (Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism & Human Rights), and UndiMalaysia!
This week, Ask Lord Bobo tells all about the LoyarBurok Rakyat Centre, and UndiMalaysia.
LoyarBurokkers Fahri Azzat, Marcus van Geyzel and Sharmila Sekaran were interviewed on BFM about social justice.
A heartfelt declaration by June Rubis of what LoyarBurok means to her, and to a lot of us.
An observation that the government’s proposed land policy for Orang Asli seem to be missing principles such as equality, social justice, reconciliation for past injustices and the right to participation in public life.