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Taiwan proposes same-sex marriage bill

February 22, 2019

The executive body of the Republic of China (Taiwan) submitted a bill to the legislature Thursday to legally recognize same-sex marriage.

How ‘Three Billboards’ Inspired China’s Gay Rights Activists

February 13, 2019

Trucks painted with slogans – mobile billboards – are the center of a campaign against homosexual conversion therapy.

LGBT parents challenge stereotypes in China

December 20, 2018

SHENZHEN, China (Reuters) - Heads turn when An Hui and Ye Jianbin walk down a street in the Chinese city of Shenzhen with their triplets, who were conceived with help from a human egg donor and a surrogate mother.

First Gay-ish Film Widely Released in China

April 16, 2018

Despite suspected cuts from media regulators, advocates see ‘Looking for Rohmer’ as an important step toward LGBT acceptance.

Quartz: China’s LGBT people came out as a protest against an online ban on gay content. And it worked

April 16, 2018

China’s answer to Twitter, Sina Weibo, today (April 16) withdrew its short-lived ban on homosexual content, after people came out as gay to protest the ban.

Sixth Tone: Largest-Ever Chinese Team to Attend 2018 Gay Games

Organizers hope to send biggest China delegation since games’ 1982 inception.

The Guardian: Chinese student lodges suit over homosexuality terms in textbooks

September 12, 2016

Gay rights activist Qiu Bai wants ministry of education to remove textbooks that describe homosexuality as mental disorder

WSJ: Court Rules Against Couple in China’s First Gay Marriage Lawsuit

May 01, 2016

A judge has ruled against a couple in China’s first-ever same-sex marriage lawsuit, in a case that advocates are nonetheless hailing as a step forward in the battle for gay and lesbian rights.

BBC: China human rights: Trailblazing in the LGBT community

May 01, 2016

A transgender man is claiming unlawful dismissal at a tribunal in southern Guizhou province, in the first case of its kind in mainland China. The 28-year-old, identified as Mr C, says his employers withheld his pay because of his identity.

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