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Authorities have been increasingly critical of the trend of what some refer to as ‘sissy men’, which includes pop idols who wear make-up or do not conform to ‘macho’ male stereotypes prevalent in traditional Chinese culture.
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Mohiman Reang, 19 hours ago
Few Old man and women in room will decide the makeup or dressing style of millions Chinese youths.... Well done
Maple Tibits, 1 day ago (edited)
This comment section is gold, for once the China haters have mixed opinions on agreeing or disagreeing with something Chinese gov has done.
Angel Lina, 1 day ago
It is true also not just attracted by their outlook but to understand their real personality also. We can't understand them by just see.
xMizunderstoodx, 1 day ago (edited)
Oh man. If this was in Korea, they would have wiped out kpop
BabyPat, 22 hours ago
Then all beauty product companies with male endorsers like Bai Yu for Maybelline New York, Cai Xukun for L'Oriel, Li Xian for Estèe Lauder and many more, should scrap their contracts.
Gnohz Gnohz, 1 day ago
To me this is a grey area, this definitely stifle creativity and does not encourage out of the box thinking, but merely encouraging conformance. I hope this will not spell discrimination for most growing boys and widen the ever wider gender inequility and encourage gender bias!
ithikithik, 1 day ago
Most people who appear on tv, regardless man or woman, wear make up tho.
Y O, 1 day ago
Cue all the Chinese/Korean idols suddenly uploading pics of them lifting weights in 3.. 2.. 1
luffydragneel56, 1 day ago
it's the vagueness that annoys me, it's like a grey area where they trap innocent people
Tiffany, 3 hours ago
Finally, with a firm stance China can avoid being a fighting ground like the USA.
deekay13, 10 hours ago (edited)
First they banned hip-hop, then online games, now pop idols. What's next? It's like they're banning everything that gives young people joy.
Leo Tav, 1 day ago
Hahaha Sima liu was perfect in his role in Shang chi
JanJanSpeaks, 1 day ago (edited)
There is no such thing as a "correct" beauty standard.
Mello Tan, 1 day ago
China and their regulation
The play is over, applaud!, 1 day ago
Imagine dictating what it means to be a man. Wearing make-up goes back to ancient of times, and you cannot say there is a divine law that states how men and women should dress or behave.
Davide Vecchio, 10 hours ago
We should all dress as Winnie the Pooh. That's it, go home kids.
Comrade_ Yurikov, 1 day ago
Me who isn't from China: Oh no, anyway
young neil, 1 hour ago
this is mostly directed towards kpop, not chinese idols (despite having similar beauty standards)
merdufer, 3 hours ago
Pop stars who wear makeups or do not conform to macho male stereotypes, so... Beijing opera?
Trevor Doge, 1 day ago
Hey whatever gets you chicks, man. I know some girls like that metrosexual look. Don’t tell a bird what type of feathers he’s supposed to have.
ethan montes, 1 day ago
Imagine being so concerned with your masculinity, that you dictate how other males must present themselves in an already LGBT hostile country
Gerry Murphy, 14 hours ago
An idiotic subject to focus on while other more important issues of imbalance and inequality abound
Serph Sheffield, 17 hours ago
thought police at work on their most pressing matters
zhen, 1 day ago
Soon all the chinese girls won't watch their local chinese pop stars, all binge to kpop stars
A A, 1 day ago
If this is implemented in the UK, then ppl like contestants from love Island will be banned and erased from media
Glenfiddích, 1 day ago
Alternate title: a bunch of potatoes looking creatures decides what makes a person beautiful.