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Funeral of bullied Myanmar gay man who took own life


Friends and families attend Kyaw Zin Win's funeral after he posted a note on Facebook including screenshots of alleged homophobic bullying before taking his life, prompting activists to call for more protection for the emerging LGBTQ community.

Added on the 27/06/2019 06:05:03 - Copyright : AFP EN

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