Imogen China seems to be not very active on social media. She does have a Twitter account made in but not operated since She has posted only 8 tweets and seems to have left that platform altogether. Anyway, Imogen China may probably not need social media since it has been said that she is in a happy space now. She enjoys the full attention of her loving husband. During his free time, Edd China is mostly with his wife.
Being gay in China
BBC NEWS | Asia-Pacific | China launches first gay TV show
Pederasty, the erotic relationship between a male adult and an adolescent boy, was already prevalent around the time of the Yellow Emperor, who is credited with having founded Chinese civilization. At least, this is what various literary works have recorded through the ages. In both folk myths and literary classics, there have been both brief and lengthy descriptions of same-sex relationships, for both genders. Sociologist Pan Guangdan insists homosexuality is a natural fact of life, and that it must have existed much earlier in human history. While translating British psychologist Havelock Ellis' groundbreaking Psychology of Sex in the s, Pan was inspired to search through historical documents for credible clues of the existence of homosexuality throughout Chinese history.
Chinese Censors Have Taken a Popular Gay Drama Offline and Viewers Aren't Happy
You may recall that back in mid-March, mechanic-host Edd China announced that he was leaving the popular car-flipping show Wheeler Dealers because of his fear that the network in charge, Velocity, wanted to dumb the show down to the shitty level that defines too many car shows. Edd did issue a statement asking the collective confederacy of dipshits to knock it off. And Edd made it quite clear in his initial statement that he was leaving the show for very specific reasons:.
Blued, one of the biggest gay dating apps in the world, has succeeded because it plays by the ever-shifting rules for L. China — bringing together a minority community without activism. Illustration by Timo Lenzen. By Yi-Ling Liu. L ike many gay Chinese growing up at the turn of the millennium, Duan Shuai began his long, deliberate process of coming out online.