Most Chinese women who unwittingly marry gay men suffer a wide range of abuse from their husbands, including violence and sexual apathy, according to a study believed to be the first of its kind in China.
Khong has repeatedly urged the government to retain its colonial-era anti-gay sex law and championed the LoveSingapore network of churches to lobby against gay equality in Singapore. He once called the LGBT rights movement the 'onslaught of the evil one.'
A space for gay men to safely question sexuality and sexual health is rare in China. Sex-education textbooks surveyed by an LGBT student advocacy group points to misinformation and perpetuation of socially misconstrued taboos and anti-gay discrimination.