China gey sex
I just feel very dejected," said the 31-year-old native of the northeastern city of Harbin -- who also admits he loves children and hopes to have his own one day."When I'm married and have a child, I'd have done my job as a son.
The survey also finds that acceptance of homosexuality is particularly widespread in countries where religion is less central in people’s lives.
Mimicking the custom, campaigners posed in the street to gain support for same-sex marriages as police looked on but did not interrupt.
Although there is still no legal protection against discrimination on the basis of sexual preference in China, there are signs that homosexual couples are slowly gaining support amongst the public. While the Communist Party has historically maintained that homosexuality goes against traditional Chinese morality, in fact, some historians argue, China was relatively open to gay relationships as none of the country's major religions specifically prohibit same-sex relationships.
Age is also a factor in several countries, with younger respondents offering far more tolerant views than older ones.
And while gender differences are not prevalent, in those countries where they are, women are consistently more accepting of homosexuality than men.Since Hollande's Socialists won an absolute majority in parliamentary elections two weeks ago, the conservative UMP party, which had opposed the measure under former president Nicolas Sarkozy, can do little to stop it.