China’s Gay Capital Chengdu Forced To Adapt As Government Shuts Down Venues And Probes NGOs

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The South China Morning Post reports that the gay-friendly southwestern city has long had a vibrant LGBTQ community, in contrast with much of the country, but an apparent crackdown by the Beijing government prompts readjustment to avoid worrying hypersensitive authorities.

Read the full story at the South China Morning Post 

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