90% of gay men in Asia-Pacific countries refused HIV care

A new report by the UN Development Programme and the Asia Pacific Coalition on Male Sexual Health, uncovered some shocking human rights violations against homosexual men in Asia-Pacific countries.  As reported by BBC.com, the study found that 90% of gay men in the Asia-Pacific region can't obtain HIV medical aid due to anti-homosexual laws. Over half the countries in this region have laws against gay sex. Nepal, India, the Philippines, and South Korea recently passed new laws to address this bias, but these are the exceptions.

In this region, homosexuals and bisexuals account for