Gay culture is not transgressive in Southeast Asia

Unlike the West, where the LGBTQx umbrella has been hijacked as a tool to undermine society, gay cultures in Southeast Asia are not transgressive at all. In fact it is the opposite: they are socially conservative.

The various forms of transitioning and homosexual culture in southeast Asia, like kabaklaan (Philippines), waria (Indonesia) kathoey (Thailand), newhalf (japan) and many others are not transgressive. Instead, they are socially conservative. They support the gender binary and the hierarchical society.

This means they should be referred to as a model, in our struggle to give nonconforming people a good life, rescue them from the clutches of the extreme left and save our culture. The transgressive model has to be rejected.

(Part One of this article is HERE)

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