A court in Kyrgyzstan has found in favour of a trans woman, after a TV channel illegally filmed her and broadcast the footage, ordering compensation for damage to her morale.
It has turned out to be the first legal victory for LGBTIQ rights in Kazakhstan.
Hi everyone! My name is Temir, I work at LGBTIQ organization Kyrgyz Indigo, based in the capital of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek. Here I share the opinions of five bisexual people on their identity and experience.
This blog post is made up of diverse and sometimes even contradictory points. However, every opinion has a right to be heard. The following interviews include the personal thoughts, reflections, and ideas of bisexual people from Kyrgyzstan.
Farkhad Musazov, Partnership specialist, Kyrgyz Indigo, Kyrgyzstan.
“I am Here for You”, supported by Creating Opportunities programme, is the project that helps to share stories of LGBT acceptance within their own siblings. These are all life stories about acceptance, love, support and the overcoming of difficulties together.