PHNOM PENH - Cambodia's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT community is coming out with an assertion of unprecedented pride, in stark contrast to just five years ago when discrimination and bullying were usually endured in private. Learning English learningenglish. In , he was widely applauded for lending his support to the LGBT community by coming out in favor of same sex marriage. But he said that has changed with the number of people who are openly gay increasing significantly over the last five years. Gay groups have formed non-governmental organizations NGOs and the pink economy is proving lucrative for LGBT-friendly bars and coffee shops opening around town, alongside a fledgling gay media and entertainment industry. Srun Srorn said reports of human rights violations and discrimination were often low because many LGBTs preferred to keep their sexual orientation a secret rather than complain to the authorities.
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