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Malaysia's MOH hosts controversial video contest to address sexual health amongst teens
 

Malaysia's MOH hosts controversial video contest to address sexual health amongst teens

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On 2 June, Malaysia's Ministry of Health (MOH) announced a contest on how to "prevent" homosexuality and transgenderism – drawing major criticism, both locally and globally, that it was encouraging hatred and violence towards the LGBT community. The next day, it defended its decision to host such a contest, stating that the competition was aimed at helping teens make better health decisions.
 
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6 Jun 2017 - General
 
Having a campaign on how to improve sexual health among teens is a good move. However the campaign somewhat hold a controversial issue as it discusses about LGBT communities. LGBT population has gone up through the years in almost all countries and stating that this needs to be carefully reviewed and treated as a disorder. Some countries has embraced the welcoming of the community and others have their own way of punishing them for engaging in such act. But in terms of healthcare services, I gue...
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