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Share your experiences in KOREA, REPUBLIC OF - Let others know what it’s like to be LGBTI in your country! If an experience is meaningful for you, it will probably be meaningful for someone else. On whatever topic, whether good or bad, your story is how the world knows about your country and LGBTI life. By selecting tags that mark the topic your story, others can learn from your experience.
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Today, gay people in France can get married in law. On the other hand, gay people in South Korea can't even make boyfriends in the army due to having just passed the gay-ban law Today! What an ironic country I'm living in. What a worse thing is that the prohibition law on gay discrimination has been cancelled by left party yielded under pressure of Korean christians and homophobic people. Please, help my homophobic country. ps. sorry for my English grammar in advance.
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Steve (user currently living in KOREA, REPUBLIC OF) posted for straight readers on 15/04/2013 tagged with laws and leadership +5
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http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/culture/2013/04/135_133912.html

This story is terrible and bringing international attention to this issue in Korea will help minorities here
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Anonymous (user currently living in KOREA, REPUBLIC OF) posted for transgender readers on 25/02/2010 tagged with health +5
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I am writing this to tell you some info on voice surgery .
you can change your male voice to female voice without having to cut your neck open .

They operate surgery with endoscope, so no need to cut your neck open. I can send you the video of the patients who had the surgery...

If you are interested or wanna ask questions on this...

send me E-mail. yinzhen2000@naver.com
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anonymous (user currently living in KOREA, REPUBLIC OF) posted for transgender readers on 25/02/2010 tagged with health +0
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I have a good information on the voice surgery.
It's different from those surgeries where they cut your neck open and even the result is not that satisfactory.
They do the surgery with endoscope.. so you don't have to worry about cutting your neck open.

I have videos of actual patients.. if u want I can show u

yinzhen2000@naver.com
send me E-mail if u want
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anonymous (user currently living in KOREA, REPUBLIC OF) posted for transgender readers on 25/02/2010 tagged with health +0
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For those who are interested in voice change..

There's a new surgery procedure that they don't cut ur neck open..
just with the endoscope.. they operate the surgery.
Without cutting your neck open, you can have a female voice..

If you are interested.. or wanna know more information
contact me any time..
yinzhen2000@naver.com

I can also show you the actual patients' videos..
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