Indonesian Women's March: When women and LGBT people unite
Writer of Coming Out and a lecturer of gender and sexuality studies
PREMIUM A crowd mostly wearing pink outfits assembled in front of the Sarinah Plaza on the morning of March 4. Young and old, men, women, transgenders and people with disability then walked together to the National Monument yelling, “Women move forward! They can’t be stopped! Women unite! They can’t be defeated!” Banners highlighting gender issues were raised up, rainbow color flag...
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