BEIJING (AP) — Activists largely welcomed China's first national anti-domestic violence law on Monday, although some criticized the apparent omissions of sexual violence and gay couples.
BEIJING (CNN) -- In this narrow Beijing hutong, the rainbow flag flies free.
China has a plan to stop the spread of HIV among men.
BEIJING (AP) — Chinese authorities are requiring makers of online films to gain licenses and report their content before it is posted, tightening regulation of what in recent years has been a more freewheeling genre than China's traditional film industry.
(CNN) -- A university student has brought an unprecedented court case against China's Ministry of Education over school textbooks that she says "demonize" gays and lesbians.
(WB) Yanhui Peng, co-founder of LGBT Rights Advocacy China, a Chinese advocacy group, in 2014 sought to expose doctors and therapists who practice so-called conversion therapy.
In the first ruling of its kind in China, a Beijing court said on Friday that a psychiatric counseling center was in the wrong when it attempted to cure a 30-year-old man of homosexuality with a mix of hypnosis and electric shocks.
BEIJING (AP) — By day, Ma Baoli was a high-ranking officer in a seaside city police force. By night, he ran a website for gay people to share experiences and where he spoke under a pseudonym about the pressure he faced as a homosexual.
BEIJING (AP) - A month before Apple Inc.'s smartwatch hits the market, China's thriving copycat manufacturers are selling lookalikes, some openly advertised as Apple copies.
BEIJING (AP) — A gay Chinese man said Thursday he was suing a psychological clinic for carrying out electric shocks intended to turn him straight, as well as the search engine giant Baidu for advertising the center.
(AP) A Chinese transgender man said he was disappointed but will continue to fight for equality after a labor arbitration panel on Tuesday rejected his complaint that he was fired unfairly, in China's first transgender job discrimination case.
Sir Elton John is responding to the pranksters who punk'd him this week by posing as Russian President Vladimir Putin after the legendary musician urged the Russian despot to call him to discuss the country's controversial "homosexual propaganda law."
This week read about a school in China telling a gay student to "deal with" the bullying, and a Canadian school education board ordered to reform after numerous scandals.
This week read about a crowd preventing the arrest of a gay couple in Mexico, and a Chinese court ruling in favor of a textbook describing homosexuality as a disorder.
This week read about Éric Zemmour of France being sued for discrimination against LGBT people, and the murder of a trans woman sparking outrage in China.
This week read about an LGBT haven facing pressure from Communist leaders, and the Biden administration promising to end a flawed asylum agreement with El Salvador.
This week read about a gay teen writing a letter to his neighbors pleading for help in escaping his homophobic father, and "boys' love" dramas blooming in China despite LGBT topics remaining taboo.
This week read about President Mokgweetsi Masisi promising to uphold LGBT rights in Botswana, and a Christian college accused of discriminating against LGBT students in Australia.
China may ban "Black Panther: Wakanda Forever" over LGBT characters, and German players protest FIFA's clampdown on free speech using "OneLove" armbands.
Chinese students are fighting back after being penalized for handing out rainbow flags on campus, and Caroline Cayeux is facing backlash after making anti-LGBT remarks in France.
This week read about China censoring gay dialogue in "Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore," and gay men forced to leave theVenezuelan military.
This week read about homophobic leaders losing in an election in Uganda, and education officials pushing for more masculinity in young males in China.
This week read about political attacks on "Ossan's Love" raising concerns about LGBT rights in China, and New Zealand introducing a bill to ban conversion therapy.
This week read about Puerto Rico launching a new campaign to welcome LGBT people, and the organizers of Shanghai's Pride canceling their events forever in China.
A legal quirk allows LGBT couples to marry online in China, and Serbia arrested 21 people over far-right attacks.
This week read about organizations fighting against anti-LGBT campaigns in Africa, and China banning accounts belonging to LGBT rights groups on a social media app.
This week read about Scotland celebrating the 20-year anniversary of an anti-gay policy, and China censoring an LGBT subplot in the show "Friends."
Zhu Qiming is a gay video game designer based out of Beijing, China. His current project, “Rainbow Town,” is a life simulation game for smartphones in which users dress up their hunky avatars in stylish clothes and interact with other online users.
BEIJING (CNN) -- The Beijing subway system might not sound like the most romantic place to pop the question, but it worked its charm for one gay couple in China.
(WB) Kamala Harris, accepting the nomination as vice-presidential candidate for the Democratic Party on Wednesday night, made denunciation of structural racism a cornerstone of her speech before the Democratic National Convention.
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