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Letters

Differing views disrupt AIDS meet

At the Second International Muslim Leaders ' Consultation ((IMLC)on HIV/AIDS,participants agreed on the urgent need to act upon the jihad on AIDS as declared in the first IMLC held in Uganda.However, theological assertions threatened to derail the consultation from its focus,writes IVY SOON.

Lifestyle

Tackling problems in the right spirit

By DAPHNE LEE

Lifestyle

They call me 'lady boy'

In the world of the lady boys in Singapore, love and identity are often just an illusion, writes KARL HO.

Education

Protecting gay students in California

As an openly lesbian high school student, Mattye Dane had classmates call her names, threaten violence and throw things at her in hallways. But her complaints were brushed aside by teachers, so the 16-year-old dropped out.

Nation

Most practise safe sex, but sex workers will forgo condom for a price

The majority of sex workers say they practise safe sex but will forgo condoms if the price was right, according to a survey.

Business

Gay-owned Internet media company PlanetOut goes public

There was no big stir on Wall Street, but a San Francisco-based Internet company marked a cultural milestone Thursday by becoming the first gay-directed business to trade its stock on a major exchange.

Nation

Transgender journalist lodges report over wrongful arrest

It was their biggest operation against transvestites but in their haste the Taiping Religious Department enforcement officers detained a non-Muslim.

Nation

Transgender didn’t show IC as proof, says religious dept

The Taiping Religious Department had mistakenly arrested a transgender during its operation on Tuesday as they had presumed he was a Muslim.

Nation

Train officers to use powers properly, religious department told

The Religious Department should train its enforcement officers on the proper use of their powers when conducting raids, said Ipoh Barat MP M. Kulasegaran.

Lifestyle

Marginalised groups still do not benefit from programmes

Brazil's HIV/AIDS prevention programme may have received international acclaim, but certain minority groups within the country find little cause for celebration.