Taiwanese volunteer campaigns in China for LGBT rights

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01/26/2019

Taipei, Jan. 26 (CNA) A Taiwanese volunteer who went to China recently to campaign against its sexual orientation therapies sees the LGBT communities on both sides of the Taiwan Strait as facing similar challenges. The Taiwanese volunteer, a Kaohsiung graduate student nicknamed GT, went to Shanghai earlier in January to participate in “Lovers,” a performance art project headed by Chinese artist Wu Laobai (武老白) to oppose therapies in China that “convert” sexual orientations.

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