In late September 2011, Sexuality Policy Watch promoted an Inter-Regional Dialogue about Sexuality and Geopolitics, to share and discuss some of the outcomes of the previous three Regional dialogues held in Asia, Latin America and Africa. >>>
Stampede presents our latest documentary project, code-named “The Gay China Film”. Homosexuality has been legal in China since 1997, but the people’s adjustment on both sides of the fence is a fascinating performance of carrying on, as if nothing is happening. Imagine great crowds of gay men and lesbian women meeting to choose one another as partners, just to keep their parents satisfied that the family blood-line has a chance of continuing. >>>
Every year on Jun. 1, the People's Republic of China pulls out all the stops – hosting festivals, printing greeting cards and sponsoring public games and parades – in celebration of International Children's Day, a holiday widely acknowledged to have originated with the rise of communism and now observed primarily in communist or
former communist countries. >>>
Despite notable successes in the battle against HIV and AIDS in China, discrimination against infected people remains rife here and critics continue to question the Chinese government over allocation of treatment funds.
Police are ported to have raided a new gay bar in Shanghai’s famous Bund and detained the manager and customers, including some foreigners. At 1 AM, police swooped on the Q Bar and detained about 50 people who were reported to have been held at a local police station. >>>