Opinion: Despite China’s public stance on homosexuality, growing up gay in the country is more of a confusing than oppressive experience, made better by the internet
"Many young LGBTQ people in China are like me, experiencing a fracturing of identity and displaying different personas to those who are willing to accept gays and those who aren’t," writes Zack Bu. "Their ability to live openly and freely is still being decided by other people’s prejudices."
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May 26, 2017