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Fucking broke hitchhiker on backseat. The app, which was founded in , has grown rapidly and now has 27million registered users. Among the 30 who were tested for HIV, two found themselves infected. Apologies to iOS and Safari users, but you may be unable to comment due to an ongoing issue with Facebook.
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Committed to the legitimisation of same-sex relationships in China, he created Blued, the first gay social network app. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Lu Zhong and Liu Wangqiang are out and proud: It was only in that homosexuality was legalised in China. David Chao, co-founder and general partner at DCM Ventures who made the investment in Blued says that he thinks the app is a great move for the gay community in China.
Beijing Kunlun and Grindr were not an obvious match: The former is a gaming company known for high-testosterone titles like Clash of Clans ; the other, a repository of shirtless gay guys seeking casual encounters. The app actually boasts a similar user interface to Grindr allowing the user to scroll through thumbnail shots of potential suitors before clicking on them to send them a message.