With blonde wigs and exaggerated false eyelashes, Yu Xiaoyang was walking on a stage in Shanghai. His fake breasts were filled in golden close fitting dress.
A night club in China held a transvestite contest, which had 20 players. Yu Xiaoyang was one of them.
“From Monday to Friday, I have to pretend to be prim like a zombie at work.” Yu Xiaoyang who worked in financial industry said, “I can be myself at Friday night and weekends.” In China, most people keep conservative to life.
Until 1997, China legalized homosexuality, but people still hold prejudiced to them. People in large cities have more tolerance for homosexuality than before, also Shanghai pride organizes some activities for lesbianism, gay, bisexuality and transgender (LGBT).