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China's burgeoning LGBT-rights movement has been given a boost thanks to a proliferation of social networking apps targeting homosexuals backed by big tech firms.

There are an estimated 70 million gays and lesbians in China, and a growing push to legalise same-sex marriage.

It provides users with an easy way to browse each others' profiles, photos, blogs and send each other text or voice messages.

Blued raised more than US million in funding in October 2014, shortly after Apple chief executive Tim Cook himself came out as gay.

and mobile marketing businesses which have contributed hundreds of millions RMB of revenue in 2016.

Revenue from live streaming is expected to maintain stable growth in 2017, while membership, gaming, and healthcare services are expected to become the new revenue growth points, according to the company.“Sexual minority is still a highly controversial group, we need a proper channel to talk with the government and the public, letting them know what we are doing and what problems we can solve for society,” Geng said.

Early last year, the China Alliance of Radio, Film and Television released a new set of guidelines banning inappropriate sexual behavior on TV, including incest, sexual assault, adultery, one-night-stands and homosexuality.

Two months later, a gay couple faced immense backlash for publicly declaring their love on their college campus.

Though depictions of homosexuality continue to be widely censored in Chinese TV and film, a recent boom in gay dating app users has sparked the interest of at least one state-controlled media group in the form of a multi-million dollar investment.Zank, Blued’s main competitor, counts at least 10 million registered users and Lesdo, an app for gay and bisexual women, has 1.5 million.While these apps might be growing in popularity, attitudes toward the country’s LGBT community continue to be less than tolerant.Hornet, founded in 2011, claims to be “the world’s second largest gay social network.” In a statement, Eric Huet managing partner at Ventech, who has joined the Hornet Board, said: “The platform combined with the user functionality is unparalleled.In such a short time, Hornet has claimed leader position in many markets across the globe.” “Gay apps have evolved over the past few years to more fully engage users, who demand a richer, mobile experience,” says Hornet president Sean Howell.It attracted several million yuan in seed funding from well-known angel investor Charles Xue and has users in the mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand and the US.