And what an incredible woman': Subscribe to our newsletter. Email required. Popular Chinese gay dating app 'Blued' says it will halt new user registration for a week from today after a report claimed that a large number of underage users had contracted HIV. Users were able to connect with others near them, view their profiles, and start chatting. Extinction Rebellion climate change protesters renew plans to target Heathrow airport with drones but say
Chen Liang — an early adopter of Blued who is identified here with a pseudonym — said that before apps like Blued appeared, LGBT people in China often had trouble finding dates and friendship, especially in smaller cities.
But Zhang said men who contracted HIV through sex with other men were in an especially vulnerable position in China, since official organizations in many parts of the country refuse to discuss homosexuality and avoid doing necessary community health care and outreach work. Cleaning fans reveal their natural hacks for keeping spiders away from the home including conkers and Sign in Forgot your password? Share this article:
The report, published this month by financial magazine Caixin, claimed that a scholar specialising in studying the gay community in China revealed the findings after a month survey.