Archival records from Thai rainbow archives project: a digitised collection of Thai gay, lesbian and transgender publications (EAP128)

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  • Thai Rainbow Archives Collection: A digitised collection of Thai gay, lesbian...

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1
    Digital images of Thai gay, lesbian and transgender magazines and newspapers produced from the early 1980s to the early 21st century. 32 titles were digitised, 652 issues in total. The collection contains:Newsletters published by community organisations fo ...
  • Mithuna Junior [1984-1997]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/1
    Mithuna Junior was published commercially from 1984 to 1997. It was aimed at a gay male readership and covered topics such as Thai and international gay community news, HIV/AIDS education, movie and book reviews, and short stories. The name of a publisher ...
  • Julasan Kunlagay [1989-1995]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/2
    Julasan Kunlagay, also called 'F.A.C.T. Sheet' in English, was the newsletter of Thailand's first gay non-governmental organisation, the Fraternity for AIDS Cessation in Thailand, often known by the acronym FACT. It was edited and published by Natee Teerar ...
  • AN (Another Way) Magazine [2001-2002]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/3
    An (Another Way) Magazine was a newsletter produced by members of the non-governmental organisation the Anjaree group, the Thai title "An" being an abbreviation of "Anjaree" and the English title "Another Way" being the translation of "Anjaree". The magaz ...
  • Anjaree-san [1994-1999]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/4
    Anjaree-san was the newsletter of the non-governmental organisation Anjaree, which promotes the rights of Thai "women who love women" (ying rak ying). The newsletter was not sold commercially, being available only by subscription to the organisation's memb ...
  • Jot-mai Khao Anjaree [2000-2001]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/5
    Jot-mai Khao Anjaree, which also had the English title “Anjaree Newsletter”, was a small members-only monthly newsletter distributed to registered members of the non-governmental organization Anjaree, which works to promote the rights of Thai women who lov ...
  • Khon Nork [2000-2010]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/6
    Khon Nork (lit. 'the outsider') was an irregularly published photocopied newsletter produced by an anonymous collective of gay-identified men in Bangkok, with a subscription fee of 50 baht. There were 10 known issues, of which 1 is missing from this collec ...
  • Pink Ink [1997-1998]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/7
    Pink Ink was Thailand’s first English-language gay and lesbian community newsletter, published monthly and distributed free from gay and lesbian venues in Bangkok. The focus of the newsletter was to provide information for expatriate gay men and lesbians ...
  • Sai Fon Ton Rung [c 2003-2009]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/8
    Sai Fon Ton Rung is the newsletter of the Rainbow Sky Association of Thailand (called Fasiroong in Thai), a non-governmental organization that works on HIV/AIDS prevention and education and community development activities among gay men, transgenders, tran ...
  • Sai Fon Ton Rung Lady [c 2003-2009]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/9
    Sai Fon Ton Rung is the newsletter of the Rainbow Sky Association of Thailand (called Fasiroong in Thai), a non-governmental organization that works on HIV/AIDS prevention and education and community development activities among gay men, transgenders, tran ...
  • Sai Fon Ton Rung TG [c 2003-2009]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/10
    Sai Fon Ton Rung is the newsletter of the Rainbow Sky Association of Thailand (called Fasiroong in Thai), a non-governmental organization that works on HIV/AIDS prevention and education and community development activities among gay men, transgenders, tran ...
  • More Than Man [2005-2009]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/11
    More Than Man was the newsletter of the non-governmental organization MPlus, which worked on HIV/AIDS prevention and information among gay men and transgenders/transsexuals in the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai. There were 20 known issues, of which issue ...
  • Ban Simuang/Violet Home [2009]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/12
    Ban Simuang/Violet Home is the newsletter of the Chomrom Asa-samak Ban Simuang Chiang Mai (Chiang Mai Ban Simuang Volunteers Association) community project in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand, to provide support for gay men and transgenders living with HIV/A ...
  • Boy Magazine [c 1982]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/13
    Boy Magazine was one of several single-issue magazines published in the early 1980s that began to target the Thai gay market. While the cover image of this issue is ostensibly heterosexual, the title and content were explicitly oriented to a gay market. On ...
  • Cherngchai [1982]

    Collection Ref: EAP128/1/14
    Cherng Chai was one of several single-issue magazines published in early 1980s that began to target the Thai gay market. While the cover image of this issue is ostensibly heterosexual, the title and content were explicitly oriented to a gay market. One kno ...