Eighteen mothers from PFLAG China publicly criticized a sex education booklet that described homosexuality as a kind of "sexual deviance" and was distributed to parents of middle school students in Hangzhou, in August last year. License for publishing multimedia online Registration Number: Seven years later, she is still a lone voice among the parents of gays and lesbians who struggle to accept their children's sexual preferences. Xiao says he went home drunk every night for a whole month after his high school aged son revealed his sexual orientation because he fears he will never have a grandson. In the meantime, there are hearts to heal, and the healing process has to begin at home. The community also plays a vital role in speaking out for gay rights. Photo Watermelons now come with scannable data Rubber Duck falls into Victoria Harbor Car wreck over car parts quality claim Gales, hailstorms batter villages in SW China Ram with artificial heart sets survival record The future of wearable computers Anniversary quake drill jolts students 15, tour memorial hall on quake anniversary.
Seven years ago, Wu Youjian became the first Chinese mother to openly support her gay son on television.
My child is … gay
The NGO comprises parents of lesbians and gays in China. Research at San Francisco State University shows that gay and transgender youths rejected by their families are a very high-risk group for health and mental health problems. The most difficult part of being in a gay relationship in China is often when the couple goes home and breaks the news to parents. It is illegal for same-sex couples to adopt children in China. In the meantime, there are hearts to heal, and the healing process has to begin at home. He has done his homework and says a grandchild from a surrogate mother will cost him anything fromto 0.