China’s gay children

For many older Chinese, the idea of homosexuality is "a blur"

By Yuan Ren   July 2016

Beijing, China, 1st May 2016. Homosexuality is not taboo in ©Andy Wong/AP/Press Association Images

I’m never certain how sensitive the topic of sexual orientation is with new friends. In Beijing at least, among the media, arts and expat circles, there is little taboo attached to homosexuality. But the law lags behind liberal social attitudes. Last month, a gay Chinese couple brought their marriage case to court for the…

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