Russia: How L.G.B.T. Couples in Russia Decide Whether to Leave the Country

“All you want is for your kid to be able to run around in the courtyard and feel comfortable,” Katya said. “You just want to hold this person’s hand. You have the right to live and breathe. But you are told that you can breathe only through a straw.”

China’s resistance to gay relationships and surrogate births, seen through a filmmaker’s own family

The documentarian Hao Wu tells a very personal story in All in My Family

‘I wanted to show the challenges for gay people of Chinese descent, what kind of generational barriers they have to negotiate,’ he says