Queer History #5: Imagining Gay Paradise

Bali, Bangkok and cyber-Singapore, as Gay L. Atkins suggested, might truly be the earliest cores of visibly gay movement in South East Asia. I would add Manila to the list as well. For a start, check out this short review here and here.

We have not read the book yet, but will check if Pelangi Pride Center has any copies.

Image is also taken from the link.


*RAP’s posts on Queer History are expandable. There is so much we can find out hence if you have anything to add, please comment below or e-mail to us. Let the lists go on.

One response to “Queer History #5: Imagining Gay Paradise

  1. Pingback: Queer History #31: Conclusion; Waving the Rainbow Flags | rainbowartsproject

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