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09 Feb

Indonesia is planning to ban gay-networking apps, in the latest demonstration of the country’s growing intolerance toward the LGBT community.

A government official confirmed that authorities are already moving to block at least three apps — Grindr, Blued and Boy Ahoy — after a request from police, Agence France-Presse (AFP) reports. According to Buzz Feed, more than 80 websites and applications geared toward sexual and gender minorities could fall under the injunction.

“This ban on what Indonesian authorities called ‘LGBT applications’ is discriminatory online censorship, pure and simple, and yet another blow against the rights of LGBT persons in the country,” Phil Robertson, deputy director of HRW’s Asia division, tells TIME in an email.

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Dating apps, however, are not just used by people wanting to hook up for casual sex.

Online dating apps are also used to meet like-minded people, to form communities, and to disseminate information about sexual and reproductive health.

While the Police Criminal Investigation Agency (Bareskrim) asked the Ministry of Information to block these apps on the specific – but spurious – grounds that they were being used by paedophiles to pimp teenage boys out to men, it is important to recognise that such moves come on the back of the anti-LGBT crisis plaguing Indonesia since January 2016.

Many fear that dating apps are promoting sexual ‘deviancy’ and a ‘gay lifestyle’.

We advise all New Zealand travellers to carefully review their travel insurance policy before departing.The decision to ban the apps, which Buzz Feed reports was made during a closed-door meeting of government officials on Wednesday, is the latest move in what is viewed as an unprecedented crackdown on the LGBT community in the Muslim-majority Southeast Asian nation.Homosexuality is not illegal in Indonesia, but calls for criminalization and “cures” have gained public support throughout what Human Rights Watch said has been a year of regression on LGBT rights in the country.Favourites include Badoo, Grindr, Hornet, Jack D, Skout, Wapa and We Chat.Until recently, Tinder was seen as an exclusively heterosexual dating app and rarely used by LGBT Indonesians.