LGBT in China LGBT community has been discriminated since 1979 when the China’s communist party criminalized the “hooliganism”. In 1997, the Chinese government abolished the crime of “hooliganism,” which the term included homosexual activities meanwhile in 2001, the homosexuality were removed from its list of psychiatric disorders, yet the LGBT community still feel stigmatized. Due to the Chinese families traditional oriented, most of the people avoid to come out with their parents or relatives fearing to be underdog, as well as the one child policy has effected duel the parents desire of rising a child who meets all the expectations such the desire of having a grandchildren, which sometimes can be defined an obsession, eventually leading to pressure the LGBT children to conform to a heterosexual in order to give birth. Raul Ariano www.raulariano.com http://instagram.com/raulariano ...
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