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WeChat removed accounts for student LGBTQ groups, saying they "violated regulations"
Buttigieg is still under consideration for some domestic posts, but has indicated he prefers gaining foreign policy experience
LGBTQ people cheered the subtle, humorous ad for showcasing a same-sex couple
Former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory (R) is blasting the NBA and accusing the professional basketball league as “hypocritical” for how it’s dealing with China...
The U.S. government informed Grindr's Chinese owners that their control of its data represented a risk to national security
Officials objected to a book that contained "male homosexual behaviour"
Some Pride-themed merchandise is being produced in countries where homosexuality is criminalized or where anti-LGBTQ persecution is common, reports The New York Times. The demand...
Weibo originally planned to purge gay content along with pornography and bloody violence
Oscar-winning gay drama denied by media regulators for its same-sex romance, according to Reuters
Dance spectacle performed by the China National Opera & Dance Drama Theater
National Geographic hosts film all about pandas
The couple sued the local government after it failed to recognize their relationship as a marriage
From the Olympics to orchestras, Wang Chaoge is known for directing musical spectacles
"We still love drug addicts."
A view from inside China’s propaganda machine.