China Takes Tough Stance on LGBT

Holy Mother of Caitlyn, what will the LGBT community say about China?

Has anybody asked for a ban of Chinese imports, or even visiting China? Consider the recent outcry for states not allowing transgender people to choose what bathroom they want to use, and you have to question the motives of the LGBT in light of this article about China’s crackdown on gays.

The Chinese government has banned all depictions of gay people on television, as part of a cultural crackdown on “vulgar, immoral and unhealthy content”.

But it doesn’t stop there, as China is attacking Liberalism in general!

Chinese censors have released new regulations for content that “exaggerates the dark side of society” and now deem homosexuality, extramarital affairs, one night stands and underage relationships as illegal on screen.

I’d like Hollyweird to imagine if they had to live under these guidelines:

Last week the Chinese government pulled a popular drama, Addicted, from being streamed on Chinese websites as it follows two men in gay relationships, causing uproar among the show’s millions of viewers.

The government said the show contravened the new guidelines, which state that “No television drama shall show abnormal sexual relationships and behaviours, such as incest, same-sex relationships, sexual perversion, sexual assault, sexual abuse, sexual violence, and so on.”

The ban also extends to smoking, drinking, adultery, sexually suggestive clothing, even reincarnation. China’s State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television told television producers it would constantly monitor TV channels to ensure the new rules were strictly adhered to.

There’s a little bit of something for everybody in what the Chi-coms are doing. Liberals got their smoking, and the Amish go their sexual suggestive clothing. All is good in the world of censorship and communism.

What I find most amusing about this is how this defines communism, yet Liberals are silent. And for the record, this is the TRUE definition of Far (East) Right, as there is hardly a Conservative who buys into all of this. Most of us believe it to be absurd, in fact.

I can see the GOP commercials now: At least our Conservatism is not CHINESE!

One of these days, the Left will appreciate America’s brand of Conservatism. It’s tolerant and sensible!


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