Bangkok || February 24th || Jam welcomes back queer Chinese filmmaker and activist Fan Popo to Bangkok to present his documentary about Chinese drag queens ‘Be a Woman’ (2011).
Despite ‘traditional marriage’ beliefs, if love involved care, trust, understanding, forgiveness, and little moments that take your breath away, then what is so wrong about being in a gay relationship?
Queers on Screen | Jolin Tsai released her music video entitled, ‘We’re All Different, Yet The Same’, to address the case for marriage equality in Taiwan.
1 December || We are more than proud to present to you this travelling art exhibition about the LGBTI+ rights movement in Thailand from M-Plus Foundation.
9 October || Queer Chinese filmmaker Fan Popo presents his film ‘Mama Rainbow’ (2012), challenging conservative Chinese family values by documenting the mothers who love and accept their LGBT children.
28 June || We invite you to participate to this seminar and public forum dedicated to discuss the rising problem of violence against LBT community in Thailand.
17th May | Tomorrow, is a good opportunity to celebrate IDAHOT day and get to know more about the LGBTQI+ movement in Thailand from the public forum on Gender Equality Act.