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A Malaysian newspaper published a how-to-spot-gays checklist, sparking fears of a witch hunt

Among the things the Malaysian newspaper Sinar Harian saw fit to print in the past week: a story about a pricey government plan to prevent coastal erosion, an article on a proposed soccer match between the Malaysian and Ukrainian national teams, and a handy, foldable guide to detecting the homosexuals in our midst. Gay men, the newspaper’s bulleted […]
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