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In addition to the social component, One Love also creates a space for learning by inviting experts to educate the community on LBT topics.
At a past event, a lawyer came to speak on how LBT couples can protect their relationships, as well as the legal risks of a marriage of “convenience” (a marriage between friends, meant to shake off suspicion or please families).
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The app was set up in 2012 to help gay women connect with each other within the LGBT community in China and had approximately five million registered users at the time of its removal.
Last week, users noticed that Rela’s main social media (Weibo) account and website were no longer accessible and posted on social media with the hashtag #relahasbeenblocked.
They complained that they felt “jilted” by the app’s removal and that the removal was “discrimination against us lesbians”.
The law – which promises to protect data privacy – will hide Chinese data from foreign organisations and governments by storing data belonging to Chinese citizens and businesses on Chinese servers.
Companies will have to undergo a national security review before transferring data abroad.
From blogging to event planning to enthusiastic participants, One Love could always use some more…love.
Until 2001, homosexuality was categorised as a mental illness.