A Look At Progress And Setbacks In Global Gay Rights

LGBT activists shout slogans during a rally against a planned revision to Indonesia's criminal code, outside the Parliament in Jakarta, Indonesia, Monday, Feb. 12, 2018. The revision would allow prison sentences of up to five years for sex between unmarried people and also criminalize gay sex, the bugbear of Indonesia's Islamic and secular political parties. Writings on the posters read: "Criminal code revision violates our rights to privacy" and "With love, we refuse the criminal code revision".
LGBT activists shout slogans during a rally against a planned revision to Indonesia's criminal code, outside the Parliament in Jakarta, Indonesia on Monday. The revision would allow prison sentences of up to five years for sex between unmarried people and also criminalize gay sex, the bugbear of Indonesia's Islamic and secular political parties. Writings on the posters read: "Criminal code revision violates our rights to privacy" and "With love, we refuse the criminal code revision". Tatan Syuflana / AP Photo
LGBT activists shout slogans during a rally against a planned revision to Indonesia's criminal code, outside the Parliament in Jakarta, Indonesia, Monday, Feb. 12, 2018. The revision would allow prison sentences of up to five years for sex between unmarried people and also criminalize gay sex, the bugbear of Indonesia's Islamic and secular political parties. Writings on the posters read: "Criminal code revision violates our rights to privacy" and "With love, we refuse the criminal code revision".
LGBT activists shout slogans during a rally against a planned revision to Indonesia's criminal code, outside the Parliament in Jakarta, Indonesia on Monday. The revision would allow prison sentences of up to five years for sex between unmarried people and also criminalize gay sex, the bugbear of Indonesia's Islamic and secular political parties. Writings on the posters read: "Criminal code revision violates our rights to privacy" and "With love, we refuse the criminal code revision". Tatan Syuflana / AP Photo

A Look At Progress And Setbacks In Global Gay Rights

Bermuda became the world’s first national territory to repeal same-sex marriage rights last week, less than a year after its Supreme Court legalized gay marriage. Indonesia’s parliament is moving towards outlawing gay sex, a jarring decision in a country long viewed as a bastion of LGBT tolerance in the Muslim world. To discuss global progress and setbacks for gay rights, we speak with Brooke Sopelsa, journalist and managing editor at NBC Out.