One of China's social media sites, Weibo, has reversed its on content related to LGBT issues. On Friday, it made a statement saying that for the next three , it would delete and videos that were "related to ". It also said it would remove pornographic content or that promoted "bloody ". Weibo said it was part of a "clean-up campaign" to "create a and harmonious [online] community" within China. It also said it wanted to follow China's cyber-security .
Weibo reversed the after a public outcry from the country's Internet . Many of Weibo's LGBT community answered the ban by photos of themselves with their partners , often adding emojis. One user said the Chinese constitution maintains that no one can offend the " dignity" of citizens. A woman from Shanghai posted: "I suddenly find that in this country, Weibo is discriminating against and attacking this sexual ." Weibo responded to the by reversing its decision. It thanked everyone for the .