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Hong Kong Comes Out The Closet
News24.com - South Africa, December 30, 2005 Hong Kong - Jervois Street runs through what looks like an ordinary Hong Kong neighbourhood with sleepy car repair shops and tiny noodle eateries. But as night falls it gets a makeover, becoming one of the few places in town where the gay community can be seen relaxing and partying in public.
Not Out Of Syllabus: CBSE To Line Up Sex Education For Adolescents
Delhi Newsline - Delhi, India, December 28, 2005 Discussions on drugs, sex, HIV and peer pressure will soon be an integral part of the average student?s classroom and understanding. In an attempt to increase emotional intelligence and competence in adolescents, the Centre, in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), has come up with a National Action Plan to introduce adolescent health.
First Broad-Based Anti-HIV/AIDS Platform Set Up In The Country
Webindia123 - Kolkata, India, December 27, 2005 Concerned at HIV/AIDS spreading fast into different communities, Durbar Mahila Samannay Committee, an umbrella for sex workers of Sonagachhi, the biggest red light area in Asia, today announced formation of the country's first broad-based platform of 25 organisations to expand the area of movement against the dreaded disease.
China Daily - China, December 26, 2005 Little over four years ago, homosexuality was still officially classified as a mental disorder in China. On December 16, 2005, China's gays and lesbians celebrated their first national festival.