Skip to comments.China Bans Depictions of Gay People on Television (Also no Cleavage or Reincarnation)
Posted on 05/08/2016 2:45:49 PM PDT by ghosthost
The Chinese government has banned all depictions of gay people on television, as part of a cultural crackdown on vulgar, immoral and unhealthy content.
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. Chinas 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.
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No cleavage, reincarnation or blacks, apparently.
Now they've gone and made Caitlyn Jenner cry. Thanks, China.
China is sounding almost Christian in its atheism.
“The morality circle” = You go so far to the left you wind up back on the right.
While we want to be careful when it comes to censorship, I see where the Chinese are coming from on this. Hard to argue with their choices of what they don’t want children to see.
That man need serious psychological counseling.
Sorry, this is no longer considered insane behavior.
He need to go to a Christian counselor.
But I love Chinese gals in “sexually suggestive clothing!”
OK, Apple, Starbucks, Disney, NBA, Target, others, lets hear the outcry and the pledge to do no more business in China.
No reincarnation, a dig at Tibetan Buddhism
I don’t think any of us should be forced to live in a world without Chinese girls in sexually suggestive clothing
Yeah, I was wondering about that
“No reincarnation, a dig at Tibetan Buddhism”
She has big felt pen.
The communists are for abolition of the family, so by their own philosophy this cannot be about children.
Gonna be pretty hard to have TV without adultery.
Abolition of religion.
I’m sure all the homosexual activists will be in the streets demonstrating against China and boycotting Chinese goods.
Gee, America used to have standards for TV like that too in the Golden Age of television.
I used to get a Chinese station. They had this abdo’lutely hilarious game show that revolved around who could eat the hottest food! By the end of the show there’d be contestants sitting sweating in their underwear. Girls too! I remember that they had these “cookies” that were just ground up chillies made into a patty!
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