'I listen to them more, I give them more attention and I treat them properly,' he said.Google has removed one of the world's largest gay dating apps from its Indonesia Play Store after a crackdown on the LGBT community by the government.Although homosexuality and gay sex are legal in Indonesia, same-sex relationships are widely frowned upon.Public displays of affection between gay couples are almost unheard of.Indonesian officials had called for the tech giant to remove 73 LGBT-related applications, including dating services, from its Play Store, and urged people to shun apps that broke with cultural norms in the world's biggest Muslim-majority nation.Communications ministry spokesman Noor Iza confirmed Wednesday that gay dating application Blued - which boasts more than 27 million users globally - no longer appeared in the Google Play Store available to Indonesian users.But the poll also found that the majority of Indonesians who were familiar with the term LGBT thought individuals had a right to live in the country.
The governments ban on gay applications joins growing hostility towards the LGBT community in Indonesia, where the community has been targeted in raids on 'gay sex' parties in Jakarta and Surabaya.
In the conservative Aceh province, homosexuality is illegal as the area is ruled by Islamic law.
In Aceh over the weekend, police forcibly cut the hair of a group of transgender women and made them wear male clothing, sparking protests from rights groups.
When Steve and his clients walk down the street, he said they want him to hold their hand, to shower them with kisses and 'treat them like a real boyfriend'.
And, if they do end up becoming intimate that night, Steve often finds that the client wants to talk after they have sex and just 'lay in bed and cuddle'.
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