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Ken (user currently living in UNITED KINGDOM) posted for gay readers on 11/08/2014 tagged with human rights, marriage / civil unions, illegality of male to male relationships +10
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I am British living in Wales. I have a Saudi B.F. We have been seeing each other for nearly 4years. Sometimes in Egypt sometimes in uk. I am 72 he is 33 We desperately want to be together in uk. Saudi Arabia is a closed country
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sarahomo (user currently living in SAUDI ARABIA) posted for gay readers on 25/03/2014 tagged with marriage / civil unions, illegality of male to male relationships +0
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a Gay of Riyadh, divorced twice, I am 33 years, looking for a man who has love married life so full his desires with mesarahomo69@yahoo.com
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sarahomo (user currently living in SAUDI ARABIA) posted for gay readers on 25/03/2014 tagged with marriage / civil unions, illegality of male to male relationships
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35 y/o gay pure bottom riyad looking to be a lovely wife to whom respecting my life and incoureged my feminen thought sarahomo69@yahoo.com
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(user currently living in SAUDI ARABIA) posted for gay readers on 25/03/2014 tagged with marriage / civil unions +0
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35 y/o gay pure bottom riyad looking to be a lovely wife to whom respecting my life and incoureged my feminen thought sarahomo69@yahoo.com
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People, raise your voices. Create a huge group. As a western law student, we learn that power come from people. Machiavelli says in his book, the Prince, that religion shall be used to create love and fear in his population. Sure, everybody has the right to have your own religion, but this should be a choice, not imposed by Sharia law. Fight for human rights, doesn't matter what is your religion or how conservative your country is. You, together, will make a difference. You all could interact in here, then, add a larger number of people, go to the streets, make a noise. Don't stop until you make it. Go for international aids, spread the world. Easterns are brave, challenge the biggest power if needed to fight for their believes. Read about LGBT families, I am part of one and there's nothing wrong with it. GO FOR IT, LEAVE THE PAST BEHIND, PLANT A SEED IN THE PRESENT AND CHANGE THE FUTURE! God loves you all
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Sara (user currently living in UNITED STATES) posted for straight readers in response to this story on 01/01/2013 tagged with hate crime and violence prevention, health, human rights, marriage / civil unions +0
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COULD GAYS snd LESBIANS MARRY EACHOTHER? they could fool everyone this way but still get to live their lives. It is not fair for gays and lesbians that just quietly want to live their lives. If marriage must be forced, could a gay man make an arrangement with a lesbian to get married and tell his family they will marry. Then the husband and wife can openly allow their gay and lesbian 'friends' come and stay at their home. This seems like a nice solution to get the constraints of society off their backs.
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