WITH rapid advancements in communication and technology, the world is becoming ever closer. Asians: see no sex, hear no sex, speak no sex. Image: Chris Lim via Flickr. Like Tiffany Leong and other fellow Malaysians or possibly Asians, I was never comfortable discussing the s-word growing up.
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Pierson, Jr. Sexual dimorphism in fat distribution is thought to emerge during puberty. Truncal or android body fat distribution is characteristic of adult males but is also recognized as a human cardiovascular risk factor. Race differences in truncal fat are clearly evident in adults and have been described in prepubertal children but not between Asians and other race groups.
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This summarises the unique cross-section of priorities and challenges that this young and active group works on. This profile and interview with founder Elene Lam outlines Butterfly's history, work and challenges. History Butterfly was formed in as a support network for Asian and migrant sex workers to address the unique challenges they face working in Canada — particularly within the context new anti-sex work legislation that criminalises the purchase of sex, advertising sexual services, and communicating in public. Stigma and marginalisation increase their exposure to violence and exploitation and hinder their access to basic healthcare, services, protection and justice. Within months, Lam was quoted in the National Post , speaking out against deportation orders issued against migrant sex workers.
Bangkok, Thailand CNN Thailand's Cabinet on Wednesday approved a draft bill that will legally recognize same-sex civil partnerships and give greater rights to same-sex couples, a potential first for any nation in Southeast Asia if passed into law. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. People walk past a reflection of the Gay Pride Month logo projected on a giant screen in downtown Bangkok on June 17, If ratified by parliament, it would make Thailand only the second place in Asia to allow for the registration of same-sex unions after Taiwan legalized same-sex marriage last year.