At the PRIDE MONTH march held in Bangkok, Thailand, people with different sexual orientations held posters urging them not to forget the Myanmar issue.
Yesterday on June 4th, the march held in the center of Bangkok was attended by the LGBTQ community of Burmese migrant workers as well as the LGBTQ community from all over Asia.
Groups such as Bangkok Rainbow, which provides health check-up services for LGBTQ
migrant workers from Thailand's neighboring countries such as Cambodia and Laos, including Myanmar, are also seen celebrating at the event.
In addition to LBGTQ rights, they also demanded rights such as the right to same-sex marriage, the right to equal employment, right to abortion.
Yesterday's march was attended by the leader of the Move Forward Party, Pita Limjaroenrat, who said that he would try to legalize the right to same-sex marriage, as well as his party allies, such as the leader of the Pheu Thai Party, Partington Shinawatra, the daughter of Thailand’s former leader Thaksin Shinawatra. Sita Tiwari, who is expected to become the next Prime Minister candidate of the Tai San Thai Party, also participated in the celebration.