Govt Ensures Everyone Sees Photos By Banning Them


GEORGE TOWN: A local study has revealed millions more Malaysians have now seen portraits of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) activists Nisha Ayub and Pang Khee Teik posing with the Malaysian flag online as a direct result of the govt ordering their removal from a photo exhibition.

“Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Dr. Mujahid Yusof Rawa’s instruction to remove these photos from an exhibition has only inspired many many more Malaysians to share them online than would have ever attended the George Town festival,” explained LGBT Lifestyle Photo Ban Backfire Analyst, Abdullah bin Bakar,

“What we are seeing here is the ‘Streisand Effect,’ named after the singer’s famous attempt to ban pictures of her California beach-house only made netizens more determined to share them online.”

Upon hearing of the portrait ban outrage backfire, the Pakatan government is investigating ways to ban sharing LGBT exhibition portraits online which will ensure even more Malaysians will inevitably see photos of LGBT patriots loving their country even if their country doesn’t always love them.

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