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David Mendoza (user currently living in CUBA) posted for gay readers on 06/02/2014 +0
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and the next regional conference for europe take place in Moscow?
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HELLO??? People are being imprisoned in the USA and elsewhere for merely downloading pictures or talking about having consensual sex, but ILGA doesn't care about that. In fact, ILGA continues to distribute HATE propaganda right here on its website, because ILGA is bullshit. Discuss that at the conference, bigots.
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Diam (user currently living in SAN MARINO) posted for readers on 12/10/2013
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Ana (user currently living in FRENCH GUIANA) posted for readers on 11/10/2013
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Olga (user currently living in NETHERLANDS) posted for readers on 10/10/2013
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Genesis (user currently living in TUVALU) posted for readers on 09/10/2013
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Joshua,It has been an honor serving with you this past year. It has been one of the hmakalrls of my life, truly a growing experience and one in which I have learned much from you, and from all of the leadership with whom we served. I thank you for your time, your service and especially for being the incredible person you are. You are always welcome at my table.May God bless and keep you in this coming year. I will miss your constant fellowship.Love always,Your sister,Judy
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Luis (user currently living in CUBA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers on 28/11/2012
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Una compilación de boletines sobre el tema estará disponible para consulta en la sala general de la institución cultural.

La Habana, 30 oct.- La Biblioteca Nacional José Martí dispone desde este mes de una compilación del boletín NotiG. La Noticia LGBT al día, elaborado por el independiente Proyecto Arcoiris, que apuesta por la diversidad sexual y los derechos de las personas homosexuales.

http://www.ipscuba.net/index.php?option=com_k2&view;=item&id;=5667:proyecto-por-la-diversidad-sexual-en-biblioteca-nacional&Itemid;=5&tmpl;=component&print;=1
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MY WHOLE LIFE WAS DESTROYED IN CUBA,BY A CRIMINAL PERSECUTION OF HOMOSEXUALITY BY THE CUBAN GOVERMENT, AROUND 1970-1980.I WAS CRUELLY FORBID TO COMPLITE MY SUPERIOR EDUCATION AND PUNISHED TO A YEAR IN JAIL. SIMPLY BY REFUSING TO DENY MY SEXUAL ORIENTATION.I WAS CONCILED TO A CELL WITH NO LIGHT, A CONCRETE BED WITHOUT PADDING AND WATER ALLOWED ONLY AT 8:00 PM FOR 10 MINUTES. I WAS TORMENTED, TERRORIZED AND TREATED LIKE THE WORST CRIMINAL.MANY OF MY GENERATION-FRIENDS SUFFERED SIMILAR ATROCITIES WHICH LATER SET BASES TO THE FAMOUS MARIEL BOAT-LIFT EXODUS OF 1980. DON'T BE FOOLED BY THE HYPORITICAL PROPAGANDA OF THE CUBAN GOVERMENT.CUBAN GAYS CONTINUE LIVING IN A STATE PERPETUAL OSTRACISM, SOCIAL MOQUERY,OSTRACISM,AND DISCRIMINATION.SADLY A BIG PART OF SOCIETY HAD BEEN WELL TRAINED BY THE GOVERMET TO PERPETRATE THEIR APARATUS OF HATE AND CONTROL OVER THE CUBANS. BUT NOTHING LAST FOREVER! AND I HOPE SOON THE GAYS IN CUBA COULD ENJOY THE HUMAN RIGHTS AND FREEDOM WE ALL DESERVE, BY THE LAW OF GOD. JB
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