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SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS

Male to Male relationships: Not Legal
Punishments for male to male relationships: Imprisonment of less than 10 years
Female to Female Relationships: Legal
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law

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Has your LGBTI family been affected by your sexual orientation in SAINT KITTS AND NEVIS?
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unknown (user currently living in CANADA) posted for gay intersex readers on 23/10/2012
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living in Kitts is not easy as a gay person not for school home or any where I've lived in the shadows because i have be stone teased push around and seen how others like me have been treated by students of my past school and in my community, I've come close many of times to committing suicide but yet i don't know why i never did it. i know how it feels to cry night after night family disowned you and people looking at you funny. by that alone put me in state of loneliness and worthlessness i felt like nothing and was treated like nothing and when i don't know who to talk to or where to go i have no choice but to go back to the horrible things i just came from verbal and physical the secrets that are kept i remember but i try to forget i hated my life ever single day with no help because i can't really trust any one any more.
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unknown (user currently living in CANADA) posted for gay intersex readers on 23/10/2012
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living in Kitts is not easy as a gay person not for school home or any where I've lived in the shadows because i have be stone teased push around and seen how others like me have been treated by students of my past school and in my community, I've come close many of times to committing suicide but yet i don't know why i never did it. i know how it feels to cry night after night family disowned you and people looking at you funny. by that alone put me in state of loneliness and worthlessness i felt like nothing and was treated like nothing and when i don't know who to talk to or where to go i have no choice but to go back to the horrible things i just came from verbal and physical the secrets that are kept i remember but i try to forget i hated my life ever single day with no help because i can't really trust any one any more.
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t d (user currently living in UNITED STATES) posted for gay readers on 26/10/2012 tagged with lgbt families
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That's so sad. Don't take your life though, I found great love when I gave mine to Jesus. He is for you too. Live for Him and He will give you hope. Don't take your life. You are too valuble.
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