RHo A star Peter Thomas recently shared a snap of himself alongside Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta’s Sina (Yung Joc's Baby Mama), captioning this with “Look who came into @baroneclt Old friend @mssinabina ... Heeeyyyyy Peter #love #Repost @peterthomasrhoa Look who came into @baroneclt Old friend @mssinabina ... #Miamidaysoldfriends @sportsoneclt A post shared by Sina Bina (@mssinabina) on The duo apparently crossed paths at Peter’s North Carolina Bar, Sports One. Cynthia has revealed that she hasn’t slept with Peter since their separation while he has admitted to “moving on”, though he didn’t name names.
Sina later reposted this, adding “Heeeyyyyy Peter ❤️❤️❤️ #love #Repost @peterthomasrhoa”.
In particular, it was reported that Li Yi Feng traveled to Korea for a one day visit on April 18th, which is one day before Lee Da Hae’s birthday.
As of May 13th, Li Yi Feng’s agency also denied the dating rumours and stated that he visited Korea due to work.
BEIJING — With hashtags like #Iamgaynotapervert and images of hearts and rainbows, tens of thousands of Chinese residents took to social media over the weekend to protest efforts to censor gay-themed images, videos and cartoons.
Nenesi is the co-owner of Olivia's Trunk consignment boutique in Lagos.Activists circulated slogans like, “My mouth can be muted, but my love can’t.”The Beijing L. Many activists had harsh words for Sina Weibo, saying that its attempts to limit free speech had gone too far and that gay people were being punished because their culture was considered out of the mainstream.“Our whole group went ballistic,” said Zhong Xinyue, 22, an intern at the Canton Rainbow Group, an advocacy organization in the southern city of Guangzhou.She lamented the loss of a popular Weibo account called the Gay Voice, which was deleted on Saturday.Some textbooks still describe homosexuality as a psychological disorder, and gay characters are rarely shown in movies or on television. Xi’s tightening grip on the internet will dampen a thriving online culture that they say binds the gay community together.Ma Baoli, the founder of Blued, a popular gay dating app, said the country’s lack of sexual education had exacerbated a culture of intolerance.“It’s easy to aggravate the public’s discrimination against sexual minorities,” said Mr. Chen Du, a gay activist in Guangzhou, said Weibo’s campaign would hurt the image of gay people in China and make it more difficult for young people to come out.“People who are ready to come out are going to be pushed back to where they used to be, faced with pressure and helplessness,” he said. Xi, internet companies have faced pressure to eliminate content that the government deems unwholesome or pornographic — not just politically sensitive — harking back to the days when the Communist Party was an arbiter of public morality. Xi put in place a stricter cybersecurity law last year that has given the state more power to punish and investigate companies that publish content the government labels unsafe or offensive.“The cybersecurity law is written so broadly that it provides wide latitude for authorities to claim they are acting in the spirit of the law,” said Paul Triolo, who leads global technology policy analysis at Eurasia Group.