As the awful crackdown on freedom continues, Xi Jinping has banned’sissy boys’ from appearing on Chinese television.


As the awful crackdown on freedom continues, Xi Jinping has banned’sissy boys’ from appearing on Chinese television.

XI JINPING has barred effeminate men, whom he refers to as “sissy boys,” from appearing on state television networks, as the Chinese Communist Party continues its heinous purges of freedom.

The crackdown comes amid a vehement response from President Xi’s inner circle against significant cultural influences in China, as he tries to shut down every facet of Chinese society. He is concerned that such power has “evil values.”

In an official declaration to the nation, the country’s television regulator imposed a total ban on “effeminate” men on its networks, using the insulting phrase “sissy boys.”

Lu Ruihai, a China-based LGBT+ rights activist, told Sky News on Sunday that the Chinese Communist Party’s move represents a dangerous step into an uncharted world for the LGBT community.

“Many individuals use the term’sissy boys’ as an aggressive and insulting term to describe those who are not heterosexual,” they claimed.

“Or don’t have the traditional sex relationships.”

“I also believe the legislation has a harmful impact on young LGBT people who haven’t come out yet.”

The new crackdown follows a slew of purges across Chinese culture, with movie stars being chastised by the government for propagating “false and nasty” ideas.

Some performers have been mysteriously removed from the Chinese internet with no explanation.

In addition, the government has taken steps to curtail “chaotic” internet fan culture.

While Chinese officials have placed karaoke tunes that “endanger national unity” or support “obscenity” on a scary blacklist.

New severe laws for online gaming have also resulted from the purges.

On Fridays, Saturdays, and holidays between 8pm and 9pm, children under the age of 18 will be able to play computer games for one hour only.

A message flashes on the screen when a young kid plays an online game, warning the user.

“Dear players…,” it reads. Minors are only allowed to play online games between the hours of 8 and 9 p.m. on Fridays, weekends, national holidays, and national festivals. Please schedule your game time and take a break.” In August, one state-run news site referred to online gaming as “spiritual heroin” for Chinese children.

President Xi’s presidency has been tarnished by several attempts to restrict freedom of expression both within China and overseas, as he pursues an assertive foreign and domestic policy and diplomacy agenda that includes a takeover of Hong Kong’s previously independent political system. “Brinkwire News Summary.”


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