Queer History #24: PinKorea

Homosexuality in Ancient and Modern Korea by Young-Gwan Kim, & Sook-Ja Hahn here.

Homosexuality is also present in ancient Korean literature here.

A more happy-go-lucky entry about Homosexuality in South Korea here. Contemporary or modern approach of homosexuality here. And of course, it has evolved here. A walkthrough on LGBT rights in South Korea here.

While a brief look into North Korea here. This is particularly interesting:

Officially, the government claims that AIDS has not reached North Korea. The government has permitted some United Nations NGOs to educate health care workers about the pandemic, but it would seem that no public discussion of the pandemic is permitted.

Source here.

*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 #24: PinKorea

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

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