Helen Oakleigh, the Different for Girls actor and OutNews Global columnist, is currently on lockdown in China as the coronavirus continues to spread. Helen, in China since last week to direct a series of plays, began to experience flu-like symptoms after travelling through Wuhan, the centre of the mysterious outbreak. Internet Continue Reading
With China classifying trans people as mentally ill, many are turning to to the black market for treatment. Trans people in China are performing highly dangerous surgery on themselves and buying unsafe hormone treatments on the black market because it is almost impossible for them to access the health care they Continue Reading
A new report by Human Rights Watch urges China to stop using electroshock therapy to “convert” LGBT people LGBT people in China are still being subject to medication, forced confinement and electroshock therapy in an effort to “convert” them into heterosexuality. The shocking details have emerged following a report published by Continue Reading
A new book, published in Hong Kong, claims that China’s first Prime Minister, Zhou Enlai, was probably gay.
China has passed a law against domestic violence, for married and unmarried couples who are co-habiting, but only if they are a man and a woman.
A university student is suing China’s education ministry over textbooks that refer to homosexuality as a disorder, the New York Times reported.
Brian Davisdon, the British consul-general to Shanghai, married his partner, Scott Chang at a ceremony held in the garden of the official residence of Britain’s ambassador to China, which is UK territory.