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Queering internet governance in Indonesia

In Indonesia, sexuality has gradually become a more and more open public discourse. Conflict on discourse of sexuality expands through the use of Internet. On the one hand, internet has given space to the advancement of human rights including human rights of lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, intersex and queer (LGBTIQ).

On the other hand, the technology creates a space, which preserves status quo, discrimination and violence against LGBTIQ that has previously been evident in offline spaces.

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Source: GenderIT.org ::: Internet Governance
Queering internet governance in Indonesia

Queering internet governance in Indonesia
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