Reverend on the DL; South Korea to Pakistani gays: “Come on over!”

Reverend on the DL; South Korea to Pakistani gays: “Come on over!”

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  • January 3, 2010 South Korea rules to allow Pakistani citizens to seek politcal asylum on the basis of homosexuality. This decision thankfully reverses an earlier decision to deport gays, who face life in prison, whippings, and other violations of their human rights back home.

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