Being Gay in China

Written by Zack Bu There are more LGBTQ people living in China than the entire population of France—some 65 million individuals (link in Chinese), according to estimates. These people are not as marginalized as many Westerners may think: Gay marriage may not be legalized and gay citizens not granted some of the same rights as their heterosexual counterparts, but their community is still thriving regardless—and I should know, because I’m part of it. What is revolutionizing and centralizing this community is the same phenomenon that has united ostracized peoples the world over: the internet. In spite of China’s digital censorship

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