Inclusiveness exco chief to look into removal of LGBT portraits from George Town fest

  • Nation
  • Wednesday, 08 Aug 2018

GEORGE TOWN: Penang state Gender Inclusiveness Committee chairman Chong Eng says she will look into why the portraits of two lesbian, gay, bixesual and transgender (LGBT) activists were removed from a photography exhibition at the George Town Festival.

It is learned that a Cabinet minister, who has yet to be identified, called a senior officer in the state government and ordered the removal of the two photographs.

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