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One of China biggest social media platforms just reversed a decision to ban gay content

Business Insider Monday, 16 April 2018
One of China biggest social media platforms just reversed a decision to ban gay content· *Sina Weibo on Monday reversed its decision to censor gay content posted by users.*
· *The social media site, which is similar to Twitter, was planning a "clean up" targeting portrayals of homosexuality.*
· *The initial announcement received led to an uproar, which even strictly controlled state media weighed in on.*


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