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Parit Chiwarak declares Article 112, Thailand’s lese majeste law, is backward, announces that he will fast until his right to bail is restored
The Isaan RecordMarch 16, 2021
The newly-established Khong-Chi-Mun student group in Isaan urges an end to violence
The Isaan RecordFebruary 16, 2021
“It’s time for us to see them as a normal man or woman. Straight men or women don’t need to consistently say they are a man or a woman.”A student, LGBT board game co-creator.
The Isaan RecordJanuary 14, 2021
“I feel molam is very fitting for LGBT because it’s an open space for us.”–said LGBT person ฺ
The Isaan RecordDecember 8, 2020
Sisaket wouldn’t seem a likely place to find the anti-government protesters led largely by a team of LGBTIQ+ activists. It’s a good sign that even smaller provinces in the Northeast can come up with ways to help Thai society learn to deal with diversity.
The Isaan RecordDecember 4, 2020
“It’s a lesson learned by the redshirts: it’s always been about the middle class. The thing that other leaders, including the redshirts, that everyone has tried to demand: a good life, rights and equality, that’s it.” said Thanawit Sepsuk, (Comrade Nick) MSU Democracy Front. Series: “The New Generation of Isaan rises up” – We must dare to speak the truth (3)
The Isaan RecordNovember 16, 2020
From the classroom to a prison cell, Isaan students recount the aftermath of the Oct 13 arrests.
The Isaan RecordNovember 14, 2020
Thailand’s LGBTQ+ community is pushing for the legal protection of gender equality but still faces many obstacles, especially the prejudice of government agencies. Advocating for a law against gender discrimination appears to be a long, uphill task. Guest contributor Chawinroj Terapachalaphon weighs in.