Voices is a student program that provides aspiring journalists with career-ready skills to succeed in the continually-evolving media landscape. Now in its 27th year, AAJA Voices is a student program that provides aspiring journalists with career-ready skills to succeed in the continually-evolving media landscape. Note: Some subjects asked to be identified only by their first names because they have not come out to their entire communities. An hour into the argument, Le Tang, a Chinese-Vietnamese American lesbian woman from San Jose, decided that she just wanted it to be over. Finally, two days before Christmas and just as Tang left the bathroom, her mom cornered her in the hallway and demanded to know what Reichman and Tang were. Tang started to cry.
Petition demands apology for Chinese lesbian student denied diploma
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Using survey data of college students from two universities in China, this study explores the effects of traditional culture filial piety, parental attitudes toward homosexuality, and attitudes toward sexuality and social changes accompanying modernization intergroup contact and exposure to homosexuality in the media on attitudes toward homosexuality as well as gay and lesbian people in China. This study finds that Chinese college students generally hold accepting attitudes toward homosexuality, although the extent of tolerance is limited, and is affected by various factors. Traditional cultural factors predict less tolerance for homosexuality and gay and lesbian people, whereas modernizing factors predict greater tolerance. Although both traditional and modernizing factors shape contemporary attitudes toward homosexuality in Chinese society, modernizing variables seem to have a greater impact. Theoretical and policy implications are discussed. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve.
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Students thrive when they see positive reflections of themselves in their curriculum. See their posts below and add your own icon to the conversation with APIqueericons on Twitter or Instagram. Visit glsen. In , Cho created Love is Love is Love, a website that promoted the legalization of gay marriage in the United States. After same-sex marriage became legal in California in , Cho was deputized by the City of San Francisco to perform marriages.
More than 75, people have signed a petition by an international LGBT group calling on a Chinese university to apologise to two lesbian students. Xiaoyu Wang, whose girlfriend publicly proposed to her at their graduation ceremony, was refused her diploma. The Guangdong University of Foreign Studies reportedly told the couple their act had "violated regulations".