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Queer Life in Japan
As modern as Japan is, it's been slow to embrace LGBT rights. Things are changing slowly, with an increasing number of high-profile people coming out as gay, bi, transgender, and even instersex. A new book from photographer Michel Delsol and journalist Haruku Shinozaki captures Japanese queer life in all its complicated beauty. Edges of the Rainbow: LGBTQ Japan highlights people like Yoshiki, a gay Episcopal priest, and Ari Haruna, a trans pop idol and civil rights activist. Browse through some of the images in Edges of the Rainbow on the next pages, and find out more about the book here.