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PORTUGAL

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
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: Recognized on national level

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Are you LGBTI? We want to hear from you! Help us inform other users of the site with your views on this country. Below is a random question about this country. If it is relevant to you please answer it.

Traveled to PORTUGAL with a partner? Did your hotel or guesthouse react to your sexual orientation?

The majority of people visiting this site have said It was not an issue at the hotel

I stayed at a gay or lesbian hotel (25%) It was not an issue at the hotel (75%) I felt uncomfortable at my hotel (0 %) I was refused accommodation because of my sexual orientation (0 %)

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(user currently living in PORTUGAL) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers on 07/01/2010 +10
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We are pleased to announce the release of LES Online - Digital journal on lesbian issues, available at http://www.lespt.org/lesonline.
LES is an online digital journal which aims to promote studies and scientific research as well as intervention projects and opinion pieces related to different aspects of lesbian issues. This journal pretends to contribute to the study of lesbian issues and to promote actions that improve lesbian equal opportunities and civil rights.
The first issue Vol. 1, No 1 (2009) tries to answer the question:
Lesbian issues are often addressed within the framework of feminist or LGBT issues. Are there specific aspects relating lesbian issues that are not visible when using a feminist or LGBT frameworks that justify a specific approach?

Articles:
Editorial (português) / Editorial (english)
Da INTERvenção à INTRAvenção: pistas para um activismo lésbico-feminista | Clues to a lesbian-feminist activism
Salomé Coelho, Cristiana Pena

Lesbianismo, Feminismo e Activismo Gay: alianças difíceis | Lesbianism, Feminism, and Gay Activism: Difficult Alliances
Ana Maria Brandão

Um nome que seja só seu – para uma cartografia da (in)visibilidade política lésbica | A name of their own - for a mapping of lesbian policy (in) visibility
Ana Cristina Santos

Reflexões sobre a questão lésbica | Reflections on the lesbian issue
Paulo Roberto Ceccarelli

La construcción del sujeto lésbico | The construction of the lesbian subject
Raquel Platero

Lesbian movements: ruptures & alliances | Movimentos Lésbicos: rupturas e alianças
Patricia Curzi

Submissions of articles for LES Online n. 2 are open. Articles should be submitted until 16 May 2010. They can be sent through the site (see instructions For Authors), or sent by mail to lesgrupo@gmail.com. The expected publication date is June 2010.
Best regards,
Eduarda Ferreira
LES Online Editorial Team
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(user currently living in PORTUGAL) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers on 07/01/2010 +10
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We are pleased to announce the release of LES Online - Digital journal on lesbian issues, available at http://www.lespt.org/lesonline.
LES is an online digital journal which aims to promote studies and scientific research as well as intervention projects and opinion pieces related to different aspects of lesbian issues. This journal pretends to contribute to the study of lesbian issues and to promote actions that improve lesbian equal opportunities and civil rights.
The first issue Vol. 1, No 1 (2009) tries to answer the question:
Lesbian issues are often addressed within the framework of feminist or LGBT issues. Are there specific aspects relating lesbian issues that are not visible when using a feminist or LGBT frameworks that justify a specific approach?

Articles:
Editorial (português) / Editorial (english)
Da INTERvenção à INTRAvenção: pistas para um activismo lésbico-feminista | Clues to a lesbian-feminist activism
Salomé Coelho, Cristiana Pena

Lesbianismo, Feminismo e Activismo Gay: alianças difíceis | Lesbianism, Feminism, and Gay Activism: Difficult Alliances
Ana Maria Brandão

Um nome que seja só seu – para uma cartografia da (in)visibilidade política lésbica | A name of their own - for a mapping of lesbian policy (in) visibility
Ana Cristina Santos

Reflexões sobre a questão lésbica | Reflections on the lesbian issue
Paulo Roberto Ceccarelli

La construcción del sujeto lésbico | The construction of the lesbian subject
Raquel Platero

Lesbian movements: ruptures & alliances | Movimentos Lésbicos: rupturas e alianças
Patricia Curzi

Submissions of articles for LES Online n. 2 are open. Articles should be submitted until 16 May 2010. They can be sent through the site (see instructions For Authors), or sent by mail to lesgrupo@gmail.com. The expected publication date is June 2010.
Best regards,
Eduarda Ferreira
LES Online Editorial Team
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