How sexual taboos are silencing Christian Hongkongers, with Peace Chiu | June 10, 2022

This week, we caught up with Coconuts Hong Kong reporter Peace Chiu to discuss her latest feature story centering on a sexually abused woman who failed to get the help she needed due to taboos surrounding sex among Christian Hongkongers. Peace sheds the light on how conservative viewpoints are hurting victims, and how some are working to turn the tide. Tune in!

Other stories include:

Thailand lights up as marijuana goes legal today (Photos) | Apparently, the ‘first exorcism center in Asia’ will be built in the Philippines | Is Indonesia ready for hookup culture? | Clip of duo having sex on balcony goes viral, woman arrested and released on bail | No concrete plans yet for Bali digital nomad visa, official says | No, a pregnant officer was not forced to work: Singapore police

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