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With no antidiscrimination law in place, those working at government agencies or state-owned enterprises, especially, choose to hide their sexual orientation. He was forced to quit in , when it was revealed that he had secretly moderated Danlan at night.
Now, Beijing's policy is usually summarized as "don't ask, don't tell," as the government largely ignores what is estimated as a population of at least 40 million, says Jacob Huang, corporate program coordinator at advocacy group Aibai.
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The company is aiming for an IPO in the United States, which has an easier listing process and investors with deeper pockets. It will also increase the number of notifications warning that people have to be at least 18 to use the app. In China, laws criminalizing gay relationships were only repealed in What blacklisting Huawei means for the US-China trade war.
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