Sex-EDDear Indonesian Government, Sex Education Isn’t as Taboo as You Think
Dear Indonesian government, Learning sex education is not about promoting sexual intercourse in a school environment. Learning sex education means that...February 26, 2017
Op-edIs Freedom of Speech Only for the Majority Now?
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) has stated that freedom of speech is guaranteed for every human being. But when...February 20, 2017
AsiaStreet Libaries: To Read is To Fight
A lot of people probably don’t know about the existence of street libraries all across the cities in Indonesia. A group...February 16, 2017
LGBT+The Yogyakarta Principles, an Effort to Protect the LGBTQ+ Community
From Dec. 6 until Dec. 9, 2006, a meeting conducted by groups of human rights experts, such as a former United...February 8, 2017
Op-edCensorship in Indonesia: Necessities or Oppression?
Censorship in Indonesia is an intense topic to talk about in the country. The Indonesian Broadcasting Commission (KPI) creates regulations in order...January 29, 2017
LGBT+Heteronormativity Is Not the New Normal
In a few cases of friendship, a bond between a male and a female – no matter how close or far...January 23, 2017
Real LifeAspired to be an author? Try Indie Publishing!
Are you dreaming of becoming a famous author? Have you ever imagined your books are sold in bookstores all across the...January 22, 2016