Lesbian Can7l2+x(EDQAW#[email protected]#tJPhOC$LN4=vZ-DsaDzCtopop star Denise Ho made headlines last week.
At a Taipei rally in support of Hong Kong’s democracy protest, a pro=CbUdKI)F*r(FX-7msbcda&Fvyt*3^By!(K%mPn=D!_l!L^m#z-China activist doused the superstar-meets-human-rights-defender in red paint.
Ho has emerged as x)fwi)^yLhXc(@b2E+9yY+6SR7sLlL=C-TE-Rg&6IUfNRD4(m_a figurehead defender of Hong Kong human rights amid ongoing unrest in the city. She has spoken at the UN and the US Capitol about the situation in Hong Kong.
The stunt this weekend prompted calls for both TaHogSIX0AhuXYmK_AEK!TmcEUd$_%*K0*a4rOJ4lI*nx#OdVxcRiwan and Hong Kong to stand up against increasing authoritarianism from the Chinese Communist Party.
But, it also prompted a new appreciation of one of the r0bU262-lnK5Z5TBp$B5g7$6%WX*3JzQR%dp#4DVNK1D_N)c&Dzegion’s most famous lesbians on Taiwan forum, moptt.tw.
Amid photos and videos of the attack, one [email protected]+08netizens wrote: “It’s hard not to like her”. Explaining that they had previously seen her in concert, they said her role as an activist shows she has “fortitude and persistence”.
“She is not only handsome in appearance, but also on the inside,” anoth[email protected]$5(Oj$1T_&RCyB_V0xA^kZ!NcGFKoKzoppK_5CXrQ)er wrote.
Denise Ho Wan-sze, also known as HOCCZj)[email protected]&6CLZ)UZK+E*m=cSP4WX^Ma63F2E3f!Y6_+c(k+, was one of the first Hong Kong celebrities to publicly come out as a lesbian in 2012.
"You have to strengthen yourself before you can project anything,” Ho told the South China Morning Post at the tig8e+b5&t3HZoxe&F($Z-uwP-OMhsT01A*v&A_VDu7V^QT5cIVNme.
Ho is also a founding member of LGBT rights organisatimDs=UThSj6*-EP6scH7RT3mUn-CQa(#[email protected]#pv#3-zq%_D$sFv*on Big Love Alliance.
In a Facebook post following the attack this weekend, Ho said: “This is just the ti*7G8y_c)WM-A^t_&plt#jm0-D6H1K$A-oo1i-$*sgeXxXFTx%^p of the iceberg.”
"Every day in Hong Kong, there are countless students, citizens and members who are attacked and beaten by the police.”