Chinese social media girl-on-girl sex scandal exposes media blackout of Chinese sex scandal

By Emily BowermanPublished March 16, 2018 12:10:16When Chinese social-media girl-girl videos were exposed in the past few months, the Internet has been abuzz with outrage.

But there is one side to the story that many have missed: that Chinese social networks were censoring these videos, as was the case with videos that went viral during the 2016 Olympics.

The problem has been amplified by a new Chinese law that has taken effect this month that bars Internet content from China that contains “controversial information” and makes it a crime to post “sexually explicit material.”

The law has prompted outrage from some in China, but there is another side to it that the Internet is rarely aware of.

It’s a story of Chinese social networking girls being targeted for their sexual behavior.

The New York Times has documented the story in depth, including an extensive account of how these young girls were targeted and even harassed by Chinese social network platforms and websites.

One of the videos shows the girls being told that their videos were not suitable for online viewing and would not be published on the platforms they had used.

The girls are also told that they can’t share their photos and videos online.

In the videos, they are seen on one platform posting to the other.

One girl’s video was seen on the Weibo social network, while another was posted on WeChat, China’s version of Facebook.

A third girl’s was on Weibo’s WeChat app, while a fourth girl’s also had a video on the platform.

The boys and girls are seen discussing their sexual preferences in a private room.

It is not known who posted the videos or what platforms the girls had used to share them.

The Internet was abuzz last year with videos of Chinese girls being abused and threatened for using their sexuality on the Internet.

One video shows a 14-year-old girl being kicked in the head with a bamboo cane while she was on a bus.

It is not clear who posted it, and we do not know whether the video has since been removed from Weibo.

But the Chinese government’s new law has been criticized by some human-rights activists.

The new law is designed to protect children, but it also aims to silence people who express opinions and views that the government deems “offensive.”

Human-rights groups and human-resources experts say it will silence many Chinese citizens who express their views in the name of democracy, free expression, and the rule of law.

In recent weeks, we have seen a flurry of online posts, Facebook posts, and videos criticizing the new law.

In one post, an unnamed user on Weixin, China ‘s most popular social-networking site, wrote: “The Chinese government is not willing to respect the fundamental rights of citizens, including freedom of speech and expression.”

The post has been viewed more than 1.4 million times.

Another post was posted by a user named “China” that claimed that the Chinese Communist Party is a “criminal organization” and said it was necessary to “shut down and destroy” Chinese social platforms.

“The Communist Party, including the leaders of the Chinese Internet Party, is a criminal organization,” the user wrote.

One of the most widely shared videos in China was posted March 8 by a female user who called herself “Jingxiang” on Weiqi, China , the Chinese version of YouTube.”

If the Communist Parties and the Chinese internet Party continue to engage in criminal behavior, it will eventually end in their complete destruction.”

One of the most widely shared videos in China was posted March 8 by a female user who called herself “Jingxiang” on Weiqi, China , the Chinese version of YouTube.

The video shows her and two other young girls being verbally harassed on Weizhou, China, a coastal city in the northwest of China.

The video also includes a video of a girl being verbally abused in a restaurant.

In both cases, the girls are heard shouting insults at one another.

One video shows an 11-yearold girl screaming at another girl on Weishou, and another shows a 16-year old girl calling a girl she knows a “f*cking whore” on the social network.

The other video shows another video of the same girl being bullied by her classmates on Weihuang, a port city in Guangdong Province, China.

The girl who posted those videos was called “Jongzhi,” and she posted videos in Weishui, Chinese for “big brother.”

Jongxiang was the same person who posted a video in 2015 where she and her friends mocked and mocked an 11 year old girl who had told them she would be bullied by classmates at school.

She said that the girls on Weicuang would be too embarrassed to tell the girls that they had insulted her.

Jongqing, a nickname for Jinkxing, was also known for