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Q: Where does Beijing's LGBT community typically hangout?

10 years 27 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Beijing

 
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I'm not sure what LGBT stands for but I know the hotspots to hang out in Beijing are Sanlitun & Solana shopping mall. Also the newly built and the older joy city are good places to hang out.

HugAPanda:

You're such a good ole american boy.

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coffaholic:

OMG, if you don't even know what LGBT stands for why bother answering? You really need to educate yourself more because judging by your other answers, you don't have a clue about anything.

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How can ANYONE from the States NOT know about LGBT...?

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what is LGBT?

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Lesbian Gay Bi Transexual??

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This article is about travel in China, and has lists of LGBT hangouts like bars and clubs for Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong.

 

http://www.haohaoreport.com/l/32025

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https://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article249695008.html

 

No boys or girls department, no men or womens department in retail stores. Yes California is doing more intrusive indoctrinations of your gender biases.

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.. finally  I'll be able to get fem. clothes ... angel

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