There's little political opposition or religious uproar when it comes to being out in China. Instead, the biggest challenge comes from family. Parents and their sons and daughters face a unique set of pressures, brought on in part by China's one-child policy. And while technology and social media are making it easier to grow up gay, there are incentives to marry, even if it's not for love. On the streets of China's cities, the rainbow flag may occassionally fly free, but there are limits to how much activism the Communist party is willing to tolerate. And anti-discrimination protections for LGBT individuals, especially in the workplace, are unheard of. Join Kristie Lu Stout from Two Cities Cafe in Beijing for a revealing conversation with those who are advocating for tolerance and respect, not only for gays and lesbians, but all of China's minorities.