China censors Eurovision LGBTQ content and BOOM! Gets BANNED

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The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) terminated Mango TV’s contract to broadcast Eurovision in China after they refused to show Ireland’s performance, which showed a same-sex love story and censored Pride flags in the crowd during Tuesday’s semi-final in Lisbon.

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The EBU (European Broadcasting Union) say they have terminated their contract with China’s Mango TV for allegedly censoring Ireland’s performance.

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Oh wow the EBU has terminated their contract with China’s broadcaster after they cut the Irish performance, featuring a same-sex relationship, on Tuesday

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“Love is Love” reacts to the news that the EBU have terminated China’s Mango TV from broadcasting . For censoring ‘s performance due to LGBT content.

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EBU decided: China can’t broadcast Eurovision anymore, why? BBC says: Mango TV, which broadcast the semi-final of Eurovision, and is one of China’s most popular TV channels, has come under fire by some on social media for apparently blurring rainbow flags and censoring tattoos.

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You can love or hate but this is amazing news: the European broadcasting union EBU just banned China from showing the finals after they censored a gay couple in Ireland’s performance well as blurring out rainbow flags.

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Well done EBU on standing up to homophobia in China ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤


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