Briyani Cafe protests anti-gay government guidelines in Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: In an effort to push acceptance and in protest to recent reports of new Malaysia government guidelines aimed at educating parents and teachers to track gay children in the country, a local cafe and restaurant gave free briyani to those wearing tight-fitting and v-neck shirts.

Owners Herukh and Kubhaer T. Jeswant of Fierce Curry House in Bangsar Utama said they wanted to poke fun at the government’s recent attacks on the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in Malaysia and made the offer on Sunday to celebrate diversity.

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