kebabasan  自由  เสรีภาพ   kamardikan   आजादी

kalayaan  សេរីភាព  freedom  ສິດເສລີພາບໃນ   sự tự do

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                                                                                                            —Lesbian moms, 41 and 35, Malaysia

kebabasan 自由 เสรีภาพ  kamardikan  आजादी

kalayaan សេរីភាព freedom ສິດເສລີພາບໃນ  sự tự do

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—Lesbian moms, 41 and 35, Malaysia

 

 

 

Queer Southeast Asia is one such creative platform that champions freedom as it is our best instrument to afford a meaningful existence, to participate in building our nation, and to be who we are. We cannot pretend that all of us are free, that making public our desire is not a risk. In the recent assessment of International Humanist and Ethical Union, there are systemic discrimination to grave violations of freedom in Southeast Asia. We continue to be living witnesses of silencing, dispossession against sexual and ethnic minorities, and structural disregard for the welfare and rights of people with disability.

 

 

 

In aggressively addressing this, Queer Southeast Asia is developing an interactive freedom wall. We expect it to gradually become an alternative map in which our screams build the world. To participate, send us ONE photograph of your expression. The photograph must have a good resolution and a manageable dimension. We encourage sending a photograph with a message intrinsically connected to the sender’s current situation or previous experiences. Please indicate your photograph’s preferred identification. Disclosure or non-disclosure of name is completely voluntary. Disclosure of place, however, is required.

 

Send your photograph to queersoutheastasia@gmail.com. Use "Freedom Wall" as the subject of the message.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Queer Southeast Asia is one such creative platform that champions freedom as it is our best instrument to afford a meaningful existence, to participate in building our nation, and to be who we are. We cannot pretend that all of us are free, that making public our desire is not a risk. In the recent assessment of International Humanist and Ethical Union, there are systemic discrimination to grave violations of freedom in Southeast Asia. We continue to be living witnesses of silencing, dispossession against sexual and ethnic minorities, and structural disregard for the welfare and rights of people with disability.

 

 

 

In aggressively addressing this, Queer Southeast Asia is developing an interactive freedom wall. We expect it to gradually become an alternative map in which our screams build the world. To participate, send us ONE photograph of your expression. The photograph must have a good resolution and a manageable dimension. We encourage sending a photograph with a message intrinsically connected to the sender’s current situation or previous experiences. Please indicate your photograph’s preferred identification. Disclosure or non-disclosure of name is completely voluntary. Disclosure of place, however, is required.

 

Send your photograph to queersoutheastasia@gmail.com. Use "Freedom Wall" as the subject of the message.