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ARMENIA

Male to Male relationships: Legal
Punishments for male to male relationships: No law
Female to Female Relationships: Legal
Age of consent: Equal for heterosexuals and homosexuals
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law

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Traveled to ARMENIA with a partner? Did your hotel or guesthouse react to your sexual orientation?
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Readers Experiences

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Karen (user currently living in NETHERLANDS ANTILLES) posted for readers on 13/10/2013 tagged with on
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Karen (user currently living in NETHERLANDS ANTILLES) posted for readers on 13/10/2013 tagged with on
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When all you have is a hammer, evrityheng looks like a nail.In rural Protestant households in Europe, the nuclear family is not necessarily the rule. It is not uncommon for several generations to live under one roof. The eldest son will inherit the farm but he is also expected to take care of his parents when they get old. His parents also help take care of his children.The modern "nuclear family" is a product of urbanization and industrialization; it is detritus from the collapse of the extended family, twentieth century "Norman Rockwell" idealization notwithstanding. One aspect of modern industrialization that has undermined family traditions has been the development of a "youth culture" that teaches children to hate their parents and parents to hate their children. Rejection of non-Nazi parents was certainly promoted by Nazi Germany's Hitler Youth!There is a massive difference between maudlin nostalgia that passes itself off as tradition and values that really are traditional in nature. When talking about family structure in the West, it is useful for a commenter to get his facts straight. http://bpcuunteb.com [url=http://xwjjpaoih.com]xwjjpaoih[/url] [link=http://vymgarcl.com]vymgarcl[/link]
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