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Q: What is the LGBT scene in Shanghai like? Is it safe,affordable,and fun?

I will be moving to Shanghai soon, and I'm looking to find a nice community to settle in with.

1 year 10 weeks ago in  General  - Shanghai

 
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGBT_culture_in_Shanghai

 

Hongwei Bao, author of "Queering/Querying Cosmopolitanism: Queer Spaces in Shanghai," stated that the LGBT community in Shanghai has a more cautious attitude in comparison to LGBT communities in other Chinese cities. Bao wrote that there is a sense that Shanghai has a culture superior to that of other areas in China and that "Shanghai’s gay identity bears the imprint of this self-identified cultural superiority brought about by their experience with colonialism and capitalism in the twentieth century.

 

It's safe to say, one can knock yerself out at LBTGB in Shanghai per Wiki ... surprise

 

I've received an alert this am 'cause my raincoats shed is leaking ... 

icnif77:

Vincent: "Have you ever given a foot massage?"

Jules: "Don't be tellin' me about foot massages. I'm the foot fcukin' master."

Vincent: "Given a lot of 'em?"

Jules: "Shit yeah. I got my technique down and everything, I don't be ticklin' or nothin'."

Vincent: "Would you give a guy a foot massage?" 

Jules:  "... fcuk you ..."surprise

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Icniff, hahahahaahahahaahahah LOOOOOOOL

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