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Transgender activist Nisha Ayub, who had raised concerns over the video contest, welcomed the ministry’s rethink.The contest had originally required participants to submit video clips for one of three categories: sexual and reproductive health, cybersex and “gender identity disorder”.Its guidelines added that the videos must include elements showing the “consequences” of being LGBT, as well as how to “prevent, control and ways to seek help” for them. Boys are no longer considered, “Yucky.” Now they’re divided into two camps – “Yucky” and “He’s ok.” I’ve known this change was coming, but I’m scared about what’s on the horizon – dating.I’m guessing that within five years my daughters will ask to go to the mall where they’ll meet up with some girl friends and probably “run into” some boys.Dating apps on the other hand, offer the additional flexibility and freedom of mobile features, easily portable to follow you everywhere and additional features such as location-based GPS to find suitable mates nearby, without having to scroll through pages of profiles and lengthy messages of traditional dating sites A simple finger touch on your smartphone screen allows you to signal your interest, chat, disclose your location and decide if you want to take the next step, to go on a date - all done without the fear and awkwardness of face to face interaction that one experiences in a club or social gathering.
In the last 5 years, dating apps have really taken off in a big way in western cultures, in particular US and Europe where apps like Tinder and Grindr have really gained a foothold in the online dating game.In 2017 Malaysia tried to censor Beauty and the Beast over some gay moments but eventually caved in to pressure and let the movie be shown.The censorship board also had no objections to the screening of Power Rangers even with a lesbian scene in the movie.Human Rights Watch states that "Discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people is pervasive in Malaysia" Malaysia retains its colonial era criminal ban on sodomy (as well as oral sex), broadly defined to include both heterosexual and homosexual acts, with possible punishment including fines, prison sentences of up to twenty years, and even corporal punishment.A subsection of the Criminal Code also provides additional punishment for men convicted of "gross indecency with another male person".No political party or elected member of Parliament has formally proposed such a reform.