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In China, most families have difficulties facing their lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender (LGBT) children. Many parents see their kids as their property, and fathers often assert their authority to ensure that no harm comes to the family reputation.

The documentary "Pink Dads" features four Chinese fathers who talk openly and freely about their experiences with their LGBT children. Speaking out against discrimination and stigma, they redefine what it means to protect a household. They fully embrace their kids for who they are, and become pioneer activists fighting for an equal and diverse society.

在中国,大部分家庭难以面对同性恋、双性恋、跨性别的孩子。很多父母把子女当做自己的财产,而父亲在家庭中更是扮演着权威角色。男权?专制?保守?这些不是我爸的名字!我们的四位父亲现身讲述他们的亲子故事,向歧视与偏见说不!除了接受自己的孩子,他们还大胆迈出了大家难以想象的一步!我们一起看看彩虹老爸们的表现如何!

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