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Sodomy is still against the law in Malaysia, so that is quite clear cut.

But the religious state laws, which apply only to Muslims, varies from state to state and usually concern dressing up like a member of the opposite sex, or holding events that have “immoral” things such as drag-like performances.

I forget the objective of the camp, but it was not that ultra-religious in nature.

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Yes sodomy is a sin in Islam, but prosecution in this offence (as with adultery or fornication offences) requires substantial personal evidence.

As far as I understand, one needs at least 4 witnesses to prosecute a Muslim offender of fornication/adultery/sodomy.

I suppose the worst off among the gay community are the transvestites and transgender people in Malaysia, as their appearances are more apparent than their “straight-acting” counterparts.

I have met many and worked with a couple in a theatre troupe I joined while working in Kedah.

So keeping up appearances is still a big deal in Malaysia I would think, that is if you want to thrive in some sort of way. But the advent of social media and smartphone apps like Grindr, Wechat, and others enables gay men to socialise in a more efficient but still private manner.

In the late 90s to mid-2000s, Malaysian netizens loved using online chat software like MIRC or the relay chat things.

I used to chat on this and exchange photos and phone numbers to get dates.

I lost my virginity to a guy I met on one of these online dating sites, which had a high gay following in Malaysia..

Islam is not known for its tolerance of the LGBT community and its lifestyle, even though in many Muslim countries sex between men is not uncommon due to the prohibitions of interaction between the sexes. I reached out to some friends, and in turn a couple of brave Malays stepped forward to be interviewed. Members of the Malay ethnic group basically have no choice in their religion. Relatives are usually the most persistent ones who never fail to ask: “So when is your time? (Eid), weddings, and other communal Malay gatherings.

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