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How Bohemian Rhapsody’s China release erases Freddie Mercury’s sexuality

PinkNews Monday, 25 March 2019
The film cut five LGBT+ scenes to erase Mercury's identity. The post How Bohemian Rhapsody’s China release erases Freddie Mercury’s sexuality appeared first on PinkNews.
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Business Insider reports that Queen biopic "Bohemian Rhapsody" was released in China over the weekend. The movie's gay content has been edited out. Certain scenes have been cut, and sound has been muted. Actor Rami Malek's best-actor Oscars acceptance speech was also censored in China.

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