The Communist government has an uneasy relationship with the growing LGBTQ community, with recent bans on TV dramas depicting same-sex relationships sparking controversy. Rip off! On Saturday, citing academic research, financial magazine Caixin said juveniles were heavily involved in the gay dating app, where some teenagers had even hosted livestreaming.
Previous bylines: G The app, founded by a former police officer and backed by investors including Hong Kong-based CDH Investments, boasts 40 million registered users, including 12 million outside China. Technology News.
Blued and Zank have done well locally because they know how young Chinese millennials communicate — both have a WeChat-like 'Moments' feed, for example, where users can post vacation photos or other pictures from daily life. He estimates Zank has about 8 million users, nearly all of them in China.
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Previous bylines: G. Chen Liang — an early adopter of Blued who is identified here with a pseudonym — said that before apps like Blued appeared, LGBT people in China often had trouble finding dates and friendship, especially in smaller cities.
New York Times. Blued is currently the largest gay social network app in the world. Namespaces Article Talk. The company will uncover underage users disguised as adults and clean up text and photos related to minors, the statement said.
According to Zhang Beichuan, a prominent Chinese researcher of LGBT issues, Blued has overlooked key safety steps and allowed underage users to create accounts on its platform, exposing them to explicit content and sexual exploitation by adults.
Size MB. Zhang interviewed boys who said they had created their Blued accounts when they were as young as