In China, Lesbians Try To Win Favor With Roses

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In China, homosexuality was regarded as a crime not so long ago. Now, lesbians are reaching out to Chinese society. Some are distributing roses at shopping malls. Others are making documentaries. They are making progress, but it's not an easy process, activists say.



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