UTUSAN MALAYSIA carried an article that voiced concern over homosexual-related activities that were becoming rampant, especially in the Klang Valley.
The writer, with the pseudonym Fairuz, from UiTM, Shah Alam wrote in the dailys Forum column that the public appeared to be unaware of the homosexuality phenomenon, which he claimed was on the rise.
As a concerned member of the public, I have made my own observations on the activities of this gay group, said Fairuz.
The writer said the group was active between 10pm and 5am on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights as well as on public holidays at public places like parks, including Taman Tasik Permaisuri, Cheras and Taman Tasik Kelana Jaya, Petaling Jaya.
Whats more, there are those (gays) who will impose charges for their services, said Fairuz.
The article also said that the group consisted of soft men and cross-dressers as well as real men who were smart enough to hide their identities.
Apart from loitering in parks, he said gays could also be seen at exclusive nightclubs, especially in the Bukit Bintang area.
These clubs are competing with each other with nude shows featuring handsome men to attract customers.
Those who frequent the gay nightclubs are from all races including Caucasians,'' claimed Fairuz.
The gays were not ashamed to embrace each other in public, with some even having sex in toilets, he alleged.
The writer urged the media, especially television stations, to expose these activities, as he claimed they did other social ills.
This gay group's activities should not be encouraged as their number will grow, said Fairuz.
The writer added that some youths were already influenced by the group, either in the way they dressed or in their behaviour.
The writer added that if nothing was done, this phenomenon would go out of control and the time may come when gays would be bold enough to seek rights like in the West.
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