A survey by Jiayuan.com, one of the largest dating websites in China, has found that 80% of youths born after 1980s say they do not discriminate against homosexuality:
The survey results, which were published in the Monday edition of the Beijing News, indicate that 83 percent of respondents born between 1980 and 1989, as well as 82 percent of those born after 1990, do not disapprove of homosexuality.
The online survey of 85,439 people, most of whom were between the ages of 20 and 50, revealed that about 15 percent of female respondents would not marry a man who does not own an apartment and a car.
When asked about their opinion of cross-border marriages, respondents mainly cited greater welfare and improved education for their children, as well as a preference for overseas culture, as their reasons for preferring a cross-border marriage.
Now this is starting to get awkward for Jiayuan. The last time we checked, it wasn’t possible to look for a same-sex partner on the site. Let’s see if they’ll actually apply some of their own findings to their website.
More on homosexuality in China here.