Marie Stopes International China (MSIC), a not-for-profit family planning and sexual and reproductive healthcare organization, has started a project of using images and words to record the voices of Chinese youth, their view on sex.
Wang Feifei, student of tourism management.
"I have fear for sex. I don’t know how to face it."
Cheng Pengshuai, worker in a recycling center in Xi’an
"I support homosexuality, but only for gays. Women should find a guy and get married in the end of the day."
Liu Hailong 21 year-old, vocal in Back Lake band.
"What’s youth? Youth is the erection; What’s sex? Sex is the lubricant of youth."
Wu Yaping, Junior from Nanhua university, college of mechanical engineering.
"I hope to get the ticket first and get on the train. " (A metaphor, ‘ticket’ refers to marriage, and boarding the train is to get on the train. It means not to have sex before marriage)