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My date Hafiz, a 24-year-old lawyer, explained: “In Kuala Lumpur people are considered more liberal, and the younger generation is a lot more accepting.“We’ve been opened up to LGBT ideas in the media, in songs and movies.” After about 40 minutes of navigating through Kuala Lumpur’s notorious Friday traffic, we arrive at the wedding venue.It is a huge, elaborately decorated hall filled with lavish splashes of pinks and whites.
Having studied in America for three years, he explains that his “horizons were broadened” by his experiences.Tai says most Malay people “would be reserved in expressing their support for the rights of LGBT, for fear of being seen as a lesser Muslim, and out of peer pressure.” Hafiz, a Muslim-Malay, notes that this severely impacts his relationship with his religion.“Me liking guys, it’s a really hard thing because I really love being a Muslim,” he said.Keeping his eyes firmly ahead on the rush-hour traffic, he broke the silence and said: “Don’t worry, all my friends from law school are there. We’ll be fine lah.” Malaysia’s relationship with its LGBT citizens is sweet and sour.
While it’s not illegal to be gay, nor is there any active persecution, the country’s political and legal structures maintain strong opposition.
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