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COSTA RICA

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

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Have you experienced homophobia or lesbophobia from your healthcare provider?
Yes, I have trouble finding a doctor (0 %) Yes, but I was able to find healthcare (0 %) No, but I am not out to my doctor (0 %) No (0 %)

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Readers Experiences

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royer forbes (user currently living in COSTA RICA) posted for gay readers on 17/05/2010 tagged with teaching lgbt rights in schools, hiv/aids , human rights, sexual orientation
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I have been delegated to participate in the ISO 26000 Social Responsability Standard definition on Denmark on may 17-21, 2010. In this meeting the topic of sexual orientation as an issue on the non discrimination requirement has been a matter of controvertial discussion, mainly because of the opposition of the arab countries. Discussion continues. Main topic is the visibility of the word in the text of this international standard or its deletion. Arguments are heard regarding those countries who promote the inclusion and those who promote the exclusion.
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royer forbes (user currently living in COSTA RICA) posted for gay readers on 17/05/2010 tagged with teaching lgbt rights in schools, hiv/aids , human rights, sexual orientation
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I have been delegated to participate in the ISO 26000 Social Responsability Standard definition on Denmark on may 17-21, 2010. In this meeting the topic of sexual orientation as an issue on the non discrimination requirement has been a matter of controvertial discussion, mainly because of the opposition of the arab countries. Discussion continues. Main topic is the visibility of the word in the text of this international standard or its deletion. Arguments are heard regarding those countries who promote the inclusion and those who promote the exclusion.
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