Stephanie Yingyi Wang is a PhD candidate in the Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Washington. She is also the co-founder of the first national bisexual network in China, the r&B bisexual group. Her decade-long activism in feminist and queer movements has led her to research interests in queer and affect studies, NGO politics, feminist political economy, and social reproduction.
In the past three decades, China’s civil society has gone through a series of ups and downs in the context of shifting national policies and geopolitics. The Fourth World Conference on Women that was held in Beijing in 1995 was a watershed moment for transnational feminism and LGBT activism. It not only introduced the nongovernmental […]