Two Lesbian Lovers in Beijing Rejected for Marriage Registration
February 25, Beijing, lesbian lovers Elsie and Mayu headed to the marriage registry in an attempt to register their marriage, but were politely turned down by the working staff.
Elsie and Mayu standing outside Dongcheng District Social Service Center.
Elsie and Mayu leaving the Dongcheng District Social Service Center.
Elsie and Mayu being interviewed.
Elsie and Mayu talking to actor Pu Cunxin while on their way to Dongcheng District Social Service Center.
Elsie and Mayu kissing before trying to register their marriage.
Elsie and Mayu walking out of Dongcheng District Social Service Center after being turned down for a marriage registration.
Elsie and Mayu kissing on the street.
Elsie and Mayu holding hands while on their way to Dongcheng District Social Service Center
Comments from NetEase:
Resolutely oppose lesbian marriages, vigorously promote gay marriages, you understand [know what I’m getting at].
Pu Cunxin sure is low-profile [humble, unpretentious]~~
Very curious, how do they keep sexually happy?
trrduke [网易广东省深圳市网友]: (responding to above)
Sexual happiness is of course brought about one’s own hands!
Nine-Yin soybean milk machine, good soybean milk is all it ever makes.
LES, should be responsible for single men.
I think it’s disgusting!
Two perfectly good children, and instead of learning good things, they instead go learn that Western homosexuality stuff?
If you are really lesbians, then go ahead and love each other, and just keep it to your own bed.
But instead you parade your laughable behavior in public, under scornful eyes,
And consider doing so as noble, as proud, and even treat it as trendy/fashionable!
I simply do not believe you two girls won’t have children in the future,
and when your children see your photos and videos from today,
what will they feel?
How will you explain?
Would you explain that you were young, ignorant, and fearless?
Or that your dirty cunts were simply seduced by dildos and thought it represented great and glorious freedom and human rights?
烈烈烈 [网易四川省成都市网友]: (responding to above)
In my opinion, [people should] show more tolerance toward this group of people… Although I don’t endorse it, but since they have already made this kind of choice, there’s no need to forcibly separate them… Of course, I’m just making an irresponsible remark, because if my own children did this, I don’t know sort of reactions I would have.
漂泊今天 [网易北京市网友]: (responding to above)
The problem is that today’s homosexuals are becoming more and more high-profile/bombastic. Children are not mentally matured, and are easily influenced by these things (gay culture). Research shows, when children in adolescence, and when adults are frustrated in relationships with the opposite sex, they can very easily change their sexual orientations when tempted by the same sex, and become homosexuals or bisexuals. The chances of our children being influenced by homosexuality is getting larger and larger, aren’t you afraid?
xq18701028388 [网易北京市网友]: (responding to above)
If homosexuality were made [illegal] like prostitution, I’d like to see who would still do it. Sad. And it would be even more sad if it was legalized. We can only keep our distance from these types of people.
网易广东省深圳市网友 ip：14.120.*.*: (responding to above)
Homosexuality is like the urge to relieve yourself. You have the right to go to the bathroom, and please close the door. But you can’t just urinate and defecate wherever you please! These loud out-of-the-closet homosexuals are exactly like the wantonly defecated poop on the streets…