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      Founded in 2009, Shanghai PRIDE is the first and only LGBT Pride season in mainland China, celebrating diversity for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender community and friends. The week-long festival features numerous events and...
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      • Community | SmSh Territory | Daily until Jun 17 2018
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      • Community, Nightlife | Kartel | on Sun Jun 26 2016
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      • Community, Nightlife | Roxie | on Thu Jun 23 2016
      • 2016-06-23 Finished
    • LaLa Stories: A Night of Lesbian Film (ShanghaiPRIDE Film festival)

      ShanghaiPRIDE screens We Are Here , a film following the birth of the Chinese lesbian movement. The screening is followed by a panel discussion with directors Jing Zhao and Shi Tou as well as producer Wei Ting Ting. Free refreshments on...
      • Community, Nightlife | Cafe Sambal | on Wed Jun 22 2016
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      • Arts, Community, Nightlife | SmSh Territory | on Tue Jun 21 2016
      • 2016-06-21 Finished
    • Film: 'Dressed As A Girl' (ShanghaiPRIDE Film Festival)

      Dressed as a Girl (2015) "Overeating, gender dysphoria, egos, excess. Filmed over five years, the film covers not only the rise and fall of this hugely popular gay club scene in East London but also offers some personal, emotionally...
      • Arts, Community, Nightlife | SmSh Territory | on Mon Jun 20 2016
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    • Film: 'Girl or Boy, My Sex is not My Gender' (ShanghaiPRIDE Film Festival)

      As part of the ShanghaiPRIDE Film Festival, Happiness 42 screens Girl or Boy, My Sex is not My Gender (2011) . "Lynnee, Kaleb, Rocco and Miguel, four transboys in San Francisco, Paris and Barcelona. They embody and explore the fluidity...
      • Community | Happiness 42 | on Sat Jun 18 2016
      • 2016-06-18 Finished
    • Film: 'Major!' (ShanghaiPRIDE Film Festival)

      MAJOR! is a 2015 indie film directed by Annalise Ophelian. "Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, a formerly incarcerated Black transgender elder who has been fighting for the rights of trans women of color for over 40 years. At the heart of MAJOR!...
      • Arts, Community | Project Wine | on Sat Jun 18 2016
      • 2016-06-18 Finished