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The long road to fatherhood for gay men in China
Before Qiguang Li could pass through customs and step onto U.S. soil for the first time, he faced a three-hour detention where he learned that he needed to be more candid about his identity. It was September 2015, after a long flight from Shanghai to Los Angeles. Li came with another man, Wei Xu, who asked a U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officer whether the two of them could go through ...
February 02, 2020
Hong Kong’s lesbian bars are vanishing, but for LGBT people it’s actually a good sign in the traditionally conservative city
There were as many as nine lesbian bars in Hong Kong in the early 2000s, but that number has dropped to two; the city’s increasing tolerance of LGBT people means more lesbians feel they can hang out at ordinary bars.
January 20, 2020
The gay Hong Kong Chinese men afraid to come out to their families, and why parents need educating to accept them
Hong Kong Chinese respondents to a survey say fear of rejection is the main reason they conceal their gay identities from their families. Parents need education and support to understand their children’s sexual orientation.
September 04, 2019
Interview: Hong Kong transgender doctor on discrimination in the workplace
Andie Wu speaks out about the challenges of navigating the Hong Kong workplace as a transgender individual and the importance of gender recognition
July 11, 2019
Taiwan's marriage law brings frustration and hope for LGBT China
Public acceptance is improving, but in some cases Chinese authorities are moving in the other direction
July 06, 2019
Hong Kong’s MTR Corp and Airport Authority to display Cathay Pacific same-sex ad after LGBT outcry
Reversals came less than 24 hours after advertisement featuring a gay couple holding hands on a beach was banned by the two transport operators.
May 21, 2019
Weibo is taking down posts hashtagged #les, short for lesbian
The micro-blogging platform Sina Weibo has begun purging posts and comments that carry the hashtag #les, which is short for lesbian. The quiet ban was first discovered by users of Weibo’s “super topic” (??) feature, which allows individuals to create online communities organized around hashtags. Weibo users are also no longer able to use the rainbow flag — widely recognized as a symbol of LGBT rig...
April 15, 2019

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