We recently met Wulan Mei Lina, a year-old photographer who takes erotic pictures in Indonesia, one of the World's least sex-friendly places. There have been two Indonesian sex "scandals" recently. The editor of Playboy 's Indonesian edition is probably going to be thrown in jail for publishing the magazine over there a rather important side note is that the Indonesian edition of Playboy doesn't have nudity in it , and a pop singer named Ariel is awaiting trial because his private sex tape was stolen and sold all over the country. Those types of insane judicial actions are just one way the predominantly Muslim government shows off its firm dedication to the chaste ideals of ultra-conservative Islam. We met up with her for a chat about her work and what it's like to take sexy pictures in Indonesia. Vice: Hello Wulan, where are you from?
Welcome to our indonesian category! Of course, others might look more professional because they were done by pro photographers and everything will be incredible: light, position, scenery, models… Whatever your preferences are you will surely find something interesting in this category! All these photos are free for viewing and you can enjoy in them without worrying about payment and membership.
Transgender people have been fleeing the sharia-ruled Indonesian province of Aceh amid fears of further violence, an exodus that comes in the same week the national parliament proposed criminalising gay and all extramarital sex. In the provincial capital of Banda Aceh, scores of transgender people have fled following the arrest and public shaming of 12 trans women in neighbouring North Aceh. The 12 women, known as waria, were arrested on Saturday night when police, accompanied by locals, raided beauty salons and forced them to strip off their shirts and have their hair cut in public. Sources close to those detained say they were also stripped naked and beaten by police, and upon release are suffering psychological trauma. Hartoyo, a gay man who was tortured by Aceh police in and is now a Jakarta-based activist, said he received regular death threats.