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I forget the objective of the camp, but it was not that ultra-religious in nature.A deputy minister had also last year condoned a parents conference that, among other things, included a discussion on how to identify youths with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) tendencies.It created an uproar among people as the deputy minister, who also launched the event, agreed to the topics at the talk, one of which was that gay men could be identified by a penchant for wearing V-neck T-shirts, carrying large handbags, wearing light-coloured outfits, and sleeveless shirts.Gay women were identifiable by their habit of hanging out with women all times of the day and night, the conference was noted.It is still a very conservative community, despite of what people say.So to be gay and Muslim and a Malay requires a lot of tact. For me in my life, I am open to friends and colleagues, but I keep up appearances when I meet other people, as interviewing people is part of my job scope.I like to go to the gay clubs in KL, like Blue Boy in Bukit Bintang (that’s a really old, run-down place, but it has survived the best and worst of times, unlike many other flash-in-the-pan gay clubs in KL).I bring my boyfriend to Blue Boy sometimes, and he enjoys it because he is still new to the gay world and likes to see what it’s like.

Generally, outside the office I do not portray myself as gay, or at least try to not do so.I can say their lifestyle is more difficult as they need to make ends meet while putting up with the stigma that still exists for people like them.Of course, their hardships are also related in some ways by their socioeconomic situation and educational backgrounds.Just as long as they don’t cause trouble and do not disturb the system.Malay Muslims in Malaysia are still generally very conservative.

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