Siufung Law Wan-ling has been delivering low-cost fitness workshops for LGBT people in Hong Kong, many of whom find going to the gym very stressful. Photo: SCMP/Xiaomei Chen Siufung Law Wan-ling has been delivering low-cost fitness workshops for LGBT people in Hong Kong, many of whom find going to the gym very stressful. Photo: SCMP/Xiaomei Chen
Siufung Law Wan-ling has been delivering low-cost fitness workshops for LGBT people in Hong Kong, many of whom find going to the gym very stressful. Photo: SCMP/Xiaomei Chen
Wellness

A gym where LGBT people feel safe working out: how inclusive spaces for exercise empower those who face stigma, rejection in their daily lives

  • Working out can be a challenge for the gender-expansive community, who face discrimination in their daily lives, if they can’t find a gym where they feel safe
  • In response, a genderqueer bodybuilder and ambassador for the Gay Games in Hong Kong is leading inclusive fitness workshops for the LGBT community

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Siufung Law Wan-ling has been delivering low-cost fitness workshops for LGBT people in Hong Kong, many of whom find going to the gym very stressful. Photo: SCMP/Xiaomei Chen Siufung Law Wan-ling has been delivering low-cost fitness workshops for LGBT people in Hong Kong, many of whom find going to the gym very stressful. Photo: SCMP/Xiaomei Chen
Siufung Law Wan-ling has been delivering low-cost fitness workshops for LGBT people in Hong Kong, many of whom find going to the gym very stressful. Photo: SCMP/Xiaomei Chen
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