Giuseppe Sandro Mela.
Non sono soldatesse. Sono le aspiranti hostess della compagna di volo East Star Lines che stanno facendo la scuola paramilitare propedeutica. Questa sotto è la foto a corso ultimato.
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«A court in China’s eastern Jiangsu province recently ruled in favour of a publisher that described homosexuality as a “psychological disorder” in a university textbook»
«Suyu District Intermediate Court in the city of Suqian said the description resulted from “perceptual differences” and was not a factual error, upholding a judgment made in September last year»
«The teaching material classifies homosexuality as a psychological disorder»
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Sotto le pressioni dei liberal occidentali
«Homosexuality was decategorised as a mental disorder by the Chinese Psychiatric Association in 2001»
Ma la legge che ha annodato è pur sempre libera di sciogliere.
Quanto prima l’omosessualità tornerà ad essere ciò che è nei paesi civili, Cina in testa.
«A notice from China’s education ministry has caused a stir after it suggested young Chinese men had become too “feminine”»
«For a while China’s government has signalled concern that the country’s most popular male role models are no longer strong, athletic figures like “army heroes”»
«So last week, the education ministry issued a notice with a title that left no doubt about its ultimate goal»
«The Proposal to Prevent the Feminisation of Male Adolescents called on schools to fully reform their offerings on physical education and strengthen their recruitment of teachers»
«”cultivating students’ masculinity”»
Inutile dire come i media liberal occidentali siano rimasti attoniti nel sentire simili affermazioni: i cinesi non solo non si riconoscono nel loro credo, ma persino osano opporvisi, e con grande forza.
È uno dei tanti motivi di scontro di Weltanschauung opposte.
A court in China’s eastern Jiangsu province recently ruled in favour of a publisher that described homosexuality as a “psychological disorder” in a university textbook.
According to a copy of the Feb. 9 appeal ruling seen by Reuters, Suyu District Intermediate Court in the city of Suqian said the description resulted from “perceptual differences” and was not a factual error, upholding a judgment made in September last year.
“I feel at a loss, because they didn’t even have a trial, they just handed down the judgment,” said the plaintiff, who uses the pseudonym XiXi.
In 2017, XiXi had sued Jinan University Press and a company owned by retailer JD.com for publishing and distributing factually incorrect content in the 2013 book on mental health education for university students.
“The teaching material classifies homosexuality as a psychological disorder, which it isn’t,” the 24-year-old NGO worker said, adding that she only found out about the ruling on her appeal through her lawyer on Feb. 22.
“I’m really disappointed, because we are seeing comments that are supporting this judgment.”
Homosexuality was decategorised as a mental disorder by the Chinese Psychiatric Association in 2001.
“It’s quite damaging to the whole LGBT community, so we are sorely disappointed,” said Peng Yanzi, the director of LGBT Rights Advocacy China.
“I’m not the only one who is disappointed, shocked and angry – the whole LGBT community is – but we also very much admire XiXi because she’s spent years legally pursuing this.”
Jinan University Press and JD.com did not immediately reply to emailed requests for comment.