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This is what people are saying about life for LGBTI people in PHILIPPINES...
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Janaya (user currently living in IRAQ) posted for readers on 05/03/2014 tagged with on
QuotesChimp amounts to 12 percent of the disposable income in the United States. By comparison, people pay more for insurance (direct and indirect) than they do for federal income taxes, not counting Social Security.
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Zelina (user currently living in SINGAPORE) posted for readers on 11/10/2013 tagged with on
I'm novuers today too. I've been novuers for about a week. Now I regret not volunteering for the Obama campaign. I think I'm going to bury myself in work today and pour a healthy glass of wine after the kids go to bed to listen to election results. Win or lose, I'll need a drink! http://rmclwruvlku.com [url=http://bojymho.com]bojymho[/url] [link=http://tjruntj.com]tjruntj[/link]
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Estiven (user currently living in SOUTH AFRICA) posted for readers on 10/10/2013 tagged with on
Liz,I particularly agree being an <a href="http://ofqmuvcis.com">imrinmagt</a> in this country and feeling like my voice is often unwelcome and one discounted as less relevant than that of a native born American. Because I have made a life here, because my daughter was born here, because my everyday is impacted by the politics of this country, I feel like I cannot discount this right of mine to have a voice. Especially since many <a href="http://ofqmuvcis.com">imrinmagt</a>s do not share my good fortune in that regard. And, of course, there's the being a woman too Great quotation, thanks for sharing!S.
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Enrique (user currently living in PARAGUAY) posted for readers on 09/10/2013 tagged with on
Its about equal rights now,and we sluohd accept them.Oh really? Not me! A week ago our city had the Gay Pride march as they do every year.The event is always mentioned on our local news and photos printed in the newspaper.Now the way its portrayed in the media like its some family event.All these smiley faces,people dressing up,music played,people dancing and prancing along through the streets.Its far from a family event.Its nothing more than a bunch of gays dressing up in kinky gear and advertising gay sex.Nothing more.I actually think its offensive and children sluohdn't be allowed to see such things.Why is it allowed?
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