gay culture



How Would Accepting Gay Culture Change China?

After the U.S. Supreme Court ruled a federal ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, members of the LGBT community gathered around the world for Pride parades last weekend in remembrance of the 1969 Stonewall riots. Amid...

Shanghai Gay Club Hits Difficulties

A gay megaclub which opened in Shanghai earlier this summer has been forced to close, but accounts differ over whether this is due to discrimination, conspiring competitors or fire regulations and other licensing issues....

China: Gay Pageant Contestant Wins a Prize

In an updated to this past CDT post, Chinese contestant Xiao Dai was the third runner up at the Worldwide Mr. Gay pageant in Oslo: …Xiao Dai, entered the contest despite the fact that Chinese authorities last month...

Chinese Contestant Enters Worldwide Gay Pageant

From the New York Times: He is 25, Muslim and comes from a part of China recently known for deadly ethnic rioting. This weekend, he is competing for the title of Worldwide Mr. Gay. A man calling himself Xiaodai Muyi, from the...

Police Stop First-Ever Mr. Gay China Pageant

China’s first Mr. Gay China pageant, which had been touted as an example of a new acceptance of open homosexuality in China, was shut down by police. From ABC News: Just an hour before the first ever Mr. Gay China pageant...




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