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One of China's largest social media sites, Weibo, has a ban on users posting online content to LGBT issues. On Friday, the social networking giant a statement announcing that for the next three months, it would deleting images, cartoons and videos that "related to homosexuality". It also said it would content with "pornographic implications" or content that "bloody violence". The Internet company said it part of a new "clean-up campaign" that "to create a sunny and harmonious community environment" within China's online community. It also said it was with China's cyber-security laws.

Weibo reversed the decision on Monday following a passionate public outcry from the country's Internet users. Many of Weibo's LGBT community to the initial ban by photos of themselves with their partners, often adding rainbow emojis. Many people China's constitution, which minorities. One user said the constitution that the "personal dignity" of citizens is "inviolable" and that insult against citizens is prohibited. A woman from Shanghai posted: "I suddenly that in this strong country, Weibo is against and this sexual minority." Weibo responded to the outcry by reversing its decision and everyone for the discussion.

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