“My parents are quite different, they’re more open-minded. They said to me that if I couldn’t change, then there was nothing they could do. I’m the only son in the family, and they still have this stereotypical thinking that I need to pass down our genes. They’re worried I’m not going to give them grandchildren. In China, it’s becoming more accepted, but most parents still want their children to continue the family legacy. I’m not negative about my sexual orientation. I feel like I was born this way. It’s not like I choose to be this way. This is who I am.”

“If I don’t stand up for myself, who will?”


“We baptized the children of two lesbian women when no one else would do it.”

“Yes, I am a gay man, but that’s all. It’s not a big issue.”