Out of Place: The Trans Chinese Community Fighting for Gender Equality (Part 1)

Out of Place: The Trans Chinese Community Fighting for Gender Equality (Part 1)

24 thoughts on “Out of Place: The Trans Chinese Community Fighting for Gender Equality (Part 1)

  • He will always live in a male body. He will die as a disabled male.
    A dress and hair and high heels and panties and make-up do not make a female. It is called CULTURE.

  • At first I wasn’t interested in the video because Bobby was showing off about growing up in houses as big as in the US.

  • With the over abundance of men in China I think transgenderism should be more accepted as a way for Chinese men to vent their sexual frustrations. Since Chinese men have tiny genitalia anyway its very easy for them to have a sex change. They should have a resort in China with lady-boy hookers just like in Thailand. Men from will come from all over the West to sample the tightness of Chinese post-op lady boys and the nation can earn extra foreign currency. Chinese seriously needs to reassess their views on transgender issues and realize that man of its so called men need to transformed into women through artificial means by popular demand.

  • Why is my writing on youtube videos being judged? Judge my writing if I decide to write a story. Proof reading my content on youtube is fucking retarded. Get over yourselves because again, you're not funny. Pointing fingers doesn't offend me so I'm unsure of why you're repeatedly using that tactic to scare try and scare me. It's as if I say one thing and it goes over your head entirely.

  • OK, aside from the mental illness issue that is never addressed (much lip service instead devoted to a lack of understanding surrounding misgendering), why is the difference in secondary sexual characteristics not addressed? Asian men as a group have far less facial hair, less body hair, less muscular builds than other racial groups. Women as a group do not have prominent butts, large breasts, dramatically feminized bone structures. So no discussion of how transgender surgeries in China, and concomitant psychological issues, affect individuals and families?

  • Please watch Lushious Massacr discuss how friendships crack because of social media bullies and trolls. @-Ouo

  • This is the result of affluent cultures, boredom, the exodus of fathers and mothers from the family into work force, leaving children lonely and confused, with no adult examples, no mentoring, ready to fall prey to whatever postmodern fad is foisted upon them. My children belong to an after school actors group whose members have changed gender one at a time until there are only a few ostracized kids left in the group who haven't changed gender. We teach our children to be kind to the trans kids, but the pressure to change gender seems very real, and very much a fad. I'm not sure where it stops.

  • The transgender phenomena is demonic in origin. If you were born a man, be a man. If you were born a woman, be a woman. The LGBT community is trying to force us to believe and accept something aberrant and dangerous. I think the whole thing is ridiculous.

  • Populist (a person, especially a politician, who strives to appeal to ordinary people who feel that their concerns are disregarded by established elite groups) is not the correct word to use for a country which has a huge socialist government.

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