They said an estimated 500,000 Vietnamese transgender people would continue facing direct health threats by using non-prescribed hormone replacement therapy and unsafe surgical services.
Victims of sexual abuse and other forms of gender-based violence not only suffer from physical and mental pain but also from the culture of victim blaming.
Women should be free to choose the job they want to do without being hindered by discriminations on the grounds of their gender or physical capabilities.
With the theme of Indigenous Knowledge – Spring of Life, the festival I Believe I Can 2018 will take place on June 1-2 in Hà Nội.
BUBU Town, the land of freedom, tolerance and equality will take place on May 20 at the American Club, Hà Nội.
March 2018 was a big month for LGBTQ visibility in Việt Nam. Singer Nguyễn Hương Giang was crowned Miss International Queen at the world’s largest and most prestigious pageant for transgender women. Then the drag queens who have recently started performing at regular drag nights in Tây Hồ made headlines around the world.