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This is what people are saying about life for LGBTI people in AZERBAIJAN...
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Nelle (user currently living in QATAR) posted for readers on 05/03/2014
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QuotesChimp is interesting to note that over 50 percent of all insurance payouts are made for property damage and not for personal in�juries. It is worth pointing out that insurance industry schemes to limit your rights to recover for personal injuries you have suffered in an auto accident leave untouched this important area of insurance company overhead. Could it be that the personal injury lawsuit crisis the insurance industry complains so bitterly about is really a mirage? We think so.
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Iminx (user currently living in SURINAME) posted for readers on 14/10/2013
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Ana (user currently living in SAUDI ARABIA) posted for readers on 12/10/2013
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MCC was seriously <a href="http://ioweqelieb.com">connerced</a> about the conduct of the recent election in Armenia and the post-election situation, including recent violence, the imposition of a state of emergency, and restrictions on the freedom of assembly and the press. In fact, on March 11, 2008, MCC CEO John Danilovich sent a formal letter to Armenian President Robert Kocharian, warning that the government's actions could have negative effects on the country's eligibility for MCC funding.
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Deepak (user currently living in IRELAND) posted for readers on 12/10/2013
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Nema (user currently living in NORWAY) posted for readers on 11/10/2013
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Vonnie (user currently living in PERU) posted for readers on 10/10/2013
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Ester (user currently living in SWEDEN) posted for readers on 09/10/2013
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Hi, Gerry, Yes, we've talked about this map berofe here in the post below. I'm refreshing my memory.It was in the article by Prof. Takahashi Actually, I was supposed to go to Yamaguchi to get a more detailed images for matsu, but I haven't. However, I got a information that I could get a picture from someone recently. So I'll pass them to you until the end of next January.
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alita (user currently living in KOREA, DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF) posted for lesbian readers on 24/04/2013
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Being gay in my country is same as being a sheep in a pack of wolves. If you are not an open gay, and you are a classic lesbian (NO ONE RECOGNIZES YOUR SEX ORIENTATION BY LOOKING AT YOU)Then you are fine. But if someone knows what kind of sexual relationships you have, well the picture in this case is different. The government tries to be fine towards them,well they are tying to integrate to Europe and adopt its culture and belongings, it is quite an open fact, but People, hmm , society is wild about this. Now a very strong Islamization is spread, those Mollas are washing up people's brain with different religious stuff, not letting people think independently and democratically. I remember me being a schoolkid, wearing like a boy, my classmates used to call me in different ways, like homo idiot, hermaphrodite or the stuff like that. There are some gay people killed and abused over there too. It is not a safe and good place to be gay, not at all
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Raul (user currently living in AZERBAIJAN) posted for gay readers on 11/06/2011 tagged with hate crime and violence prevention, gender identity, human rights, laws and leadership , sexual orientation, armed forces
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Hello! I'm 17 years-old. I'm gay. My mom and sister know about my orientation. But they want me to hide this from everone. They don't want anyone to know about this. Of course it hurts me. And people say that i have to die. Everyone thinks they have rights for live,but i don't. It's so sad! Hope you'll help us!
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Hello. I'm 16. I live in Baku. I'm gay, i like boys. My parents hate me because of it. They think that i'm abnormal. Every day boys kick and beat me, like a little girl. It's so difficult to live here. Everywhere you should hide the orientation. Because of it here you can even die. And if you are gay, you haven't got any rights except prostitution.
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(user currently living in AZERBAIJAN) posted for gay readers on 23/04/2010 +10
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hi there am gay and my girlfriend is transsexual and we want to live in different country. Here we cant live in freedom and need help. Me and my girlfriend cant work because here they dont let us to, we fineshed school and universety but still we cant do anything live everybody else. If u can help us to move out from here. Here is my e-mail: xaleel@hotmail.com
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(user currently living in AZERBAIJAN) posted for transgender readers on 22/04/2010 tagged with leadership, lgbti movement (community organizing
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salam eleykim men transam ve oz olkemden ko4mek isteyirem burda pis sherayit olduguna gore
xaleel@hotmail.com
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