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25 Jan 2017

Watch: China’s ‘First’ Transgender Person Speaks at Davos

Jin Xing was first person to be granted a sex change operation by the Chinese government in 1996.

Ballerina and TV personality Jin Xing recently spoke to a group of global leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos,

She shared with the crowd stories about her upbringing, being transgender and that she attributes much of her success to the military discipline she learned while serving as an army colonel with China’s People’s Liberation Army.

Watch the video below:

Reader's Comments

1. 2017-01-25 23:00  
The Millennials got it right...spot on! Gender is not just simply black and white, its a spectrum. Its certain religion and Society that pushes people to adopt one or the other. We must not be judgmental and let people develop into whom they naturally are.
2. 2017-01-26 22:04  
Gays are interested in Kindness, morality, and love
while Heterosexual interested in making crime, immorality, love politics.

Propaganda Religions spread morality, love, and kindness.

So, Religions are virus to create Gay
3. 2017-01-26 22:11  
Women /Girls should not be appear in public, because it is Pornography that make interest of men
4. 2017-01-26 22:13  
so, this world should be without religion
5. 2017-01-26 22:17  
Religions should be deleted in all countries
6. 2017-01-26 22:43  
Disturbing Gay is mental disorder, prohibit Gay Freedom is diagnosed as mental disorder that should be cured.

7. 2017-01-26 22:45  
Why Russian prohibit Gay freedom, because Russian Do not like Religion
8. 2017-01-27 17:04  
Just be yourself and let others be.

Many gay activists miss the point. Sometimes purposefully.

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