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The history of homosexuality and transgender behaviours in Thailand has led to a complex and contradictory situation with the outward appearance of acceptance, and higher visibility of transgender people than in most countries, but with hostility and prejudice towards LGBT people, as well as institutionalized discrimination, still prevalent. Being LGBT in Asia: Thailand Country Report provides an overview of LGBT rights in Thailand including prevailing laws and policies; social and cultural attitudes; religion; employment and housing; education and young people; health and well being; media including Information Communication Technology; and the capacity of LGBT organizations.
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