What does consent mean to you? How free do you feel to discuss it with your friends and partners? Being a signal of trust in a relationship, consent is not just important- it’s vital. Join us at QT as we discuss Shame, consent, and the precious line between yes and no.
Queer Talks: Shame part 3 – Consent?
Date: Sunday February 19th
Venue: Roxie, 359 Kangding Rd 2F near North Shanxi Rd
Join us for our first QT FILM NIGHT!
Dichotomy of female representation in media
How does mass media influence our culture and values? Roles of women are often portrayed as dichotomies in mass media (i.e., temptress vs damsel; virgin vs slut). Do these roles perpetuate or debunk stereotypes? How does power, control and violence come into play with these gender roles? What is a healthy sexual space for women? What can positive female roles look like in media? Join us for a fun QT Film night special and short film screening “The Driver” By Matthew Baren! Feb 5th Sunday 5:30PM at Roxie.MORE…
Wishing Everyone a Happy & Prosperous Rooster Year!!
–Team ShanghaiPRIDE 2017
ShanghaiPRIDE Film Festival (ShPFF) will return in June 11th & 18th 2017
ShPFF was launched in 2015 as part of ShanghaiPRIDE, continuing to support new Chinese filmmakers and bringing the cutting edge of international queer cinema to Shanghai.
In October 2015, ShPFF became one of the founding members of the Asia-Pacific LGBT/Queer Film Festivals Alliance (APQFFA). Launched in Taipei, the alliance aims to support and promote work by filmmakers across the region.
Submission Date for ShPFF is January 16th – April 15th, 2017.MORE…
Queer Talks is a discussion-based bi-monthly bilingual event focusing on a different topic every two weeks. We provide a safe space to LGBTQIA individuals in the community to voice concerns, share stories, reflect and discuss each topic at hand. MORE…
Dear Friends of ShanghaiPRIDE,
As 2016 comes to an end, we would like to share with you some of our achievements this year. We could not have done it without your support. During the 11-day Pride8 festival, we hosted 33 events and more than 6,500 participants from Shanghai, nearby cities and all over the world.MORE…
SHANGHAI – At this year’s 29th World AIDS Day, ShanghaiPRIDE, Q-Events, and Andaz Xintiandi, Shanghai hosted yet another Red Ribbon Gala Dinner raising a total of CNY 60,000 for Shanghai Qingai Health Center.MORE…
8:30PM FILM SCREENING
Basement of 5 Yongfu Lu, near Fuxing Xi Lu
We carve our niche between a rock and a hard place, squeeze sequinned down supermarket aisles and cruise on public transport. This special edition of CINEMQ celebrates queered spaces in every form. From clubs to cruising grounds, collectives to communities…sites cut with glitter, with tears, with blood. In the absence of a home, we take shelter where we can.MORE…
“Coming out” remains one of the biggest challenges among the LGBTQ community. Closet doors were opened and closed in schools, workplaces, within families and the society. Family members are the closest to us, many children are insecure and lost when dealing with relationship with their love ones. We hear of loving, helpless, exciting and broken-hearted stories, they are presented in films that touches many of us.
On 19-Nov 3PM, ShanghaiPRIDE with The Consulate General of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Shanghai and PFLAG China will co-host “Dear Mom & Dad”, a special film screening of short films from The Netherlands and China about coming out.MORE…
ShanghaiPRIDE and The Pac-12 Conference are teaming up to present a special networking event celebrating diversity in sports.
What: Diversity in Sports Forum
When: Tuesday, 08-Nov, 6-8pm
Where: XSPACE – 77 Jiangning Rd near Fengxian Rd
Special Guest: NBA player and Stanford graduate Jason Collins will join for a speaker session and Q&A on the many facets of playing sports at the university level and professionally. Collins was the first active NBA player to say publicly that he was gay and was honored as one of Time Magazine’s Top 40 Most Influential People of 2014.MORE…
So Proud and honored winning the Bronze Prize in the category of Best Innovative Idea or Concept of Dragons of Asia for ShanghaiPRIDE’s Holding Hands campaign by Wunderman Shanghai.
22 OCTOBER 2016
Red Ribbon Gala Dinner to Create Awareness on HIV/AIDS Among Youths
SHANGHAI – ShanghaiPRIDE, Q-Events and Andaz Xintiandi, Shanghai held a press conference yesterday afternoon to officially launch the Red Ribbon Gala Dinner campaign, which will benefit Shanghai Qingai Health Center.MORE…
Imagine a world where all parents accept their children as they are.
Imagine a world where there is neither discrimination nor violence because of who you love.
Imagine a world where all people are equally respected, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Yup, it’s that time of the year… it’s the ShanghaiLGBT Annual Drag Party & Competition!!
Guys in dresses, gals in suits…You stand to win some prizes!
Sunday SEP 29
LOCATION: Cambio Coffee, 280 Aomen Road, near Changhua Road
LGBTQ+ people over the world live two very distinct realities: as members of groups with similar goals and desires, and as individuals facing their own needs and dreams. How do you identify being part of a community, and do you find yourself in agreement or at odds with that community? For our first Queer Talk of the season we wish to explore the relationships between queer individuals and the communities they comprise. MORE…
HAPPY MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL!
It has been 3 months since ShanghaiPRIDE 2016. Do you miss the Pride week?
Today, we are proud to share with you the stories and experiences of ShanghaiPRIDE volunteers who took 8 months to prepare for 10 days of Pride which included 33 events.
We would like to thank The Dow Chemical Company for sponsoring this video.
Thank you also to the video production team, Shanghai Yizhuo Film Studio, who recorded the whole of Pride8.MORE…
HIV/AIDS has become the second highest leading cause of death among adolescents globally. In China, according to China Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there are more than 570,000 people living with HIV/AIDS as at October 2015. Of that number, 9,152 are youths aged between 15 and 24. From 2008 to 2014, the number of youths infected by HIV/AIDS has increased by five times.
The rising trend of HIV/AIDS infections among younger age groups coupled with lack of access to proper information adds to the challenge in HIV/AIDS prevention. There is an urgent need to not only raise awareness on prevention of HIV/AIDS among the younger generation, but also to inform them on what to do, how to get treatment, and where to receive counseling should they be infected.