By: Steve Dellar | 05-14-2018 | News
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China - Outrage As Two Women Attending LGBT Conference Attacked By Police (Video)

Another day, another LGBT outrage in China as this time 2 women wanting to attend a conference in Beijing’s 798 art district who were wearing rainbow badges got viciously attacked by China’s secret police who blocked them from entering.

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The video of the event shows the police punching and knocking down one woman, after which her friend attempts to hit a guard before she is also punched and knocked down.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Today, China&#39;s LGBT team is holding a rainbow pin in the Beijing 798 art district. During the event,Chinese secret service members are against LGBT activities beat up a lesbian. This is the status quo of Chinese women&#39;s survival and the status quo of Chinese homosexuals. How sad! <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Carol (@De_profundis0) <a href="">May 13, 2018</a></blockquote>

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The topic of the “798 beating” soon started trending on Weibo and WeChat after which the Great Chinese Firewall decided to block it. By that time it had already reached overseas though where other LGBT groups picked up on it.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Chinese security guards at Beijing’s core art district 798 were filmed beating up two women who were stopped from entering the premise only bc wearing rainbow badges in support of LGBT rights. <a href=""></a></p>&mdash; Jane Li (@Jane_Li911) <a href="">May 13, 2018</a></blockquote>

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One anonymous Weibo user wrote: “Today we won’t be silent.”

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“We will raise our voice for love. Although it scares us what happened today at 798, we cannot give up our right to love and be loved.”

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Guangzhou gender Education Centre later stated: “This is not only a violation of the dignity and rights of the LGBT community but also a naked trampling of the basic rights of citizens prescribed by the constitution.”

LGBT related incidents are on the rise in China. Just last week a Chinese state TV broadcaster decided to blur out a rainbow flag during a broadcast of Eurovision and was subsequently blocked for further transmission. Two months ago, Weibo, the popular messaging app in China, blocked any gay content from its site. Even though homosexuality is not illegal in China, many state employees are very conservative.

Ms. Lu Pin who writes the influential Feminist Voices blog, said: “That event and the badges were sensitive as symbols of the fight against suppression.”

“The public space for diverse expressions is collapsing. People are realizing that they must stand up for their rights, but the situation is so difficult now.”


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3 Comment/s
Dawn Ford No. 26028 2018-05-14 : 12:05

Transgendered are Royalty. They came to Mother Earth with a divine mission to service and protect. (and many other reasons - see my article on LinkeedIN)

Anonymous No. 26041 2018-05-14 : 14:22

Transgendered are clearly defined as Gender Identity Disorder (GDI) aka Gender dysphoria Sufferers.

It is a simply an abnormality in Sexual Mental development (Mental illness) according to a 20+ years study by John Hopkins Medical Univ.

Anonymous No. 26050 2018-05-14 : 15:28

These people are mentally disturbed and the new PC culture seems to embrace them. Its crazy that people with a sexual disorder (GDI) are allowed to adopt children! When I was I child these types would never be allowed to adopt unless they kept their disorder in the closet where it belongs.

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