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Think pieces, LGBTQ movies, erotic films and images, and even catty commentaries of niche gay culture can all be found in the rapid currents of China’s internet.

One of the earliest and most popular websites for the gay community was—and still is—Light Blue, the predecessor of the popular app Blued.

At the same time, there remains a constant push from mainstream LGBTQ organizations to increase the “visibility” of these experiences and communities in order to build empathy for and normalize them.

But what, if anything, gets barreled over in that process of exposure?

(May 22) Nearly halfway through 2017, LGBT activists say they have weathered a blitz of bills in statehouses that has many in the LGBT community feeling — for the second straight year — that they have a bull’s-eye on their backs.A backlash to the 2015 Supreme Court ruling sanctioning same-sex marriage and the strong stance by the Obama administration for LGBT rights are among catalysts behind the bills, which signal a troubling turn in the quest for equal rights, said Naomi Goldberg, MAP policy director.“We were heading in the right direction” after 2015, she said. States are really going after the most vulnerable people.We are playing defense.”The aggressive action by legislatures stands in stark contrast to a sentiment by many activists that there is broad public support for LGBT protections, as well as progress at the local level in cities and towns.“There is a real disconnect around fairness and equality,” Sheldon said.“It makes you wonder: Are legislators out of touch?

(May 22) Nearly halfway through 2017, LGBT activists say they have weathered a blitz of bills in statehouses that has many in the LGBT community feeling — for the second straight year — that they have a bull’s-eye on their backs.

A backlash to the 2015 Supreme Court ruling sanctioning same-sex marriage and the strong stance by the Obama administration for LGBT rights are among catalysts behind the bills, which signal a troubling turn in the quest for equal rights, said Naomi Goldberg, MAP policy director.“We were heading in the right direction” after 2015, she said. States are really going after the most vulnerable people.

We are playing defense.”The aggressive action by legislatures stands in stark contrast to a sentiment by many activists that there is broad public support for LGBT protections, as well as progress at the local level in cities and towns.

“There is a real disconnect around fairness and equality,” Sheldon said.

“It makes you wonder: Are legislators out of touch?

Taiwan is now on track to become the first territory in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage, due to a May 24 court ruling.