“For gay men in China, desires for unity and familiar acceptance are unrealistic,” says Yang Yiliang, a Chinese artist in talking about one of his cut-paper pieces of art, a romantic portrait of two men titled “Paper Grooms.” He continues: “The paper is symbolic...
For the past two centuries, Americans have fought for equal rights; we have fought to have rights no matter our race, our gender, our nationality, or our religion. Today we must continue that fight for equal rights, no matter who we love, what gender we are, where we are from, or what we believe.
Here at One Equal World, we want to continue and strengthen the conversation around human rights; we want to contribute to the cause through news, articles, discussion, and support. With a focus on LGBT and women's rights, we're striving to make a difference in the world.
We are still a growing community, but we are proud, we are here, and we’re not going anywhere. We believe in one equal world, and we will fight for it.