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jayas (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers on 25/02/2014 tagged with marriage / civil unions
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Hi im jayas.i like guy sex.pls contect me jayas.aij@gmail.com
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tharu (user currently living in MALAYSIA) posted for gay readers on 19/02/2014 tagged with illegality of male to male relationships +5
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i am Tharu i look girl same i won't love boy but life time u can pls call me so i now malaysiya my number 0601115398122
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kevinde (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers on 14/12/2013 +10
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i am kevin 29 nice bi guy like to meet bi couples and transgenders you can contact me on my email-massagelanka@yahoo.com
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C (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay readers on 03/12/2013
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I think treat to LGBT community comes form not form admistrative level. Mostly society is not accept the LBGT activities. If two guys go out side with holding their hands. society looks at them with contempt. Sometimes they try to hurt them to. So I believe there should be more understanding with Hetero and Homo communities. Straight people should know LGBT people are human.
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bandara (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers on 30/08/2013 +15
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mata 50 yrs venawa.mama kamathiy gay transgender or cd kenek sathutu wenna hamuwenna.katawath karadaryak nowena widihata pirisidu awabodayen rahsigatha asurakata kamathiy mail karanna.(b.mudiyanselage@yahoo.com)
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nwa (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay readers on 08/08/2013 +4
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fkin homos. jesus fkin crist. kill ya self btches.
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amal posted for gay readers on 19/07/2013 tagged with human rights +0
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I'm 31 yrs old guy from Piliyandala Sri lanka. I want to be a girl. please help me
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ali (user currently living in UNITED STATES) posted for gay readers in response to this story on 10/06/2013 +5
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I M ALI MY E-MAIL ADDRESS IS GIVEN BELOW:
skystar30@yahoo.com

THANKS
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imran anver (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay readers on 25/04/2013 +5
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i am living in wattala. i don't have a job. i worked several places. but i got discriminate. i wnt to look after my family. can you please give me a job please i beg you.
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S.Welikala (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay readers on 21/08/2012 tagged with human rights +15
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Sri Lanka is an island in the Indian Ocean.In this country there are no any freedom for gay relationship. The law also against gays. There are no any type of knowledge regarding gay rights in the society.Our aim is to give the knowledge regarding gay rights to the society. This is very difficult task because most gays do not like to come forward because they know that the society will hate them and sometimes their their lives will be lost.We hope to start this difficult task and need help from gay friendly organization from all over the world not only them but also from every single gay.If you like to help us please be kind enough to write us.Our email gayfriends_srilanka@yahoo.com
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M.Imran posted for gay readers in response to this story on 03/04/2012 +8
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Can you send me you pics please
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Ravi (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay readers on 30/03/2012 tagged with intersex +35
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Hi
I am a gay. My age is 41 y. I am searching a pertner. But in our country it is very difficult to find a partner. So please, help me to find a pertner in the world.
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Eragon Shadeslayer (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay readers on 27/11/2011 tagged with gender identity, human rights, laws and leadership , religion +35
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Im still a student in SL... about 1 year ago (when i ws doing my A/Ls) i discovered that I'm a Gay.... I have had some small experiences with few boys in my school. But I thought it as just a kind of fun...
However now I know That I'm gay... I don't what to change it because its a part of my identity... BEING GAY IS THE PICTURE OF ME... IT TELLS "WHO I AM"...
I'm a buddhist. I knw 100% tht my parents won't accept me as a gay... I knw they hate the word GAY even.. But i have to make my future...
Im not fond of having sex... i'm looking into a long relationship... umm.... not like "being boyfreinds". but being good buddies...

Disable people call them selves "Differently abled"..
being Gay is just like that.... People can't treat us bad, just because WE ARE GAY... V are a part of this world...
Any1 can't change it...


If u are willing to write to me, don't hesitate.. write ur ideas...
I'll reply them when ever i have tym...
my email address is= um8knwme@hotmail.com
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Ishan Perera (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay lesbian readers on 06/10/2011 tagged with lgbt families, health, sexual orientation +0
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Several years ago when I realized that I am a homosexual, I became very depressed, frustrated and dispirited. I tried to rationalize my sexuality in every possible way. I would look for Buddhist articles supporting homosexuality; I had a very profound knowledge of the biological, social, political factors favoring the existence of homosexuality. I hated Christianity for its homophobic views. I hated my parents for I know that they don’t like homosexuality. I hated everyone who was conservative and favored everybody with liberal norms. But at the meantime I looked on the www whether there are any treatments for homosexuality. The internet is bombarded with articles saying that homosexuality is biological and I came up with the youtube video made by APA saying that homosexuality is innate and reparative therapies are harmful.
But deep within I wished whether I can change. I did not like the way I behaved. I would have sex very often. I was addicted to pornography. I would browse the facebook for possible sex partners. I was obsessed with sex. I was failing my university exams. No appetite. No motivation. Just sex. I was so down that I went to meet a psychiatrist. I was given an anti-depressant. I told him that I am gay. He asked me whether I wanted to change. I said yes. He said the change is possible. I didn’t go to meet that doctor again because I instantly judged him as a stupid, conservative person. I thoroughly believed that homosexuality is biological and it cannot be changed.
My depression erupted again. I went to meet another psychiatrist who is very famous. He was so young and kind. He diagnosed me with social phobia and secondary depression arose due to homosexuality. I was referred to a psychologist who is very proficient in cognitive and behavioural therapies. She explained me the behaviour of homosexual thoughts and I luckily identified that homosexuality is the root cause for all these problems. It should be noted that both these professionals did not try to convert me. They clearly asked me whether I have a desire to change.
I have come out of the closet as a strong, independent, effective, and efficient and most importantly a happy heterosexual. I am less disturbed by sexual thoughts. I started seeing that there is something beyond flesh. I have a better concentration and found myself very good at meditating. I would for political reasons say that homosexuality is not a disease. But I would vehemently encourage homosexuals to become heterosexuals for their own betterment. There are very effective psychological help for homosexuals who want to change. Some will attain change instantly and some will take several years. It depends and worth a try than being a slave to your own emotions. The heterosexual potential is within you. But unfortunately some so called activists and organizations keep misleading the homosexuals that sexual orientation cannot be change since they are born that way. This is very destructive and selfish. Organizations and activists must respect the homosexual’s right to change and they should be helped to realize their ambitions.
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Ishan Perera (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex readers on 06/10/2011 +0
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Several years ago when I realized that I am a homosexual, I became very depressed, frustrated and dispirited. I tried to rationalize my sexuality in every possible way. I would look for Buddhist articles supporting homosexuality; I had a very profound knowledge of the biological, social, political factors favoring the existence of homosexuality. I hated Christianity for its homophobic views. I hated my parents for I know that they don’t like homosexuality. I hated everyone who was conservative and favored everybody with liberal norms. But at the meantime I looked on the www whether there are any treatments for homosexuality. The internet is bombarded with articles saying that homosexuality is biological and I came up with the youtube video made by APA saying that homosexuality is innate and reparative therapies are harmful.
But deep within I wished whether I can change. I did not like the way I behaved. I would have sex very often. I was addicted to pornography. I would browse the facebook for possible sex partners. I was obsessed with sex. I was failing my university exams. No appetite. No motivation. Just sex. I was so down that I went to meet a psychiatrist. I was given an anti-depressant. I told him that I am gay. He asked me whether I wanted to change. I said yes. He said the change is possible. I didn’t go to meet that doctor again because I instantly judged him as a stupid, conservative person. I thoroughly believed that homosexuality is biological and it cannot be changed.
My depression erupted again. I went to meet another psychiatrist who is very famous. He was so young and kind. He diagnosed me with social phobia and secondary depression arose due to homosexuality. I was referred to a psychologist who is very proficient in cognitive and behavioural therapies. She explained me the behaviour of homosexual thoughts and I luckily identified that homosexuality is the root cause for all these problems. It should be noted that both these professionals did not try to convert me. They clearly asked me whether I have a desire to change.
I have come out of the closet as a strong, independent, effective, and efficient and most importantly a happy heterosexual. I am less disturbed by sexual thoughts. I started seeing that there is something beyond flesh. I have a better concentration and found myself very good at meditating. I would for political reasons say that homosexuality is not a disease. But I would vehemently encourage homosexuals to become heterosexuals for their own betterment. There are very effective psychological help for homosexuals who want to change. Some will attain change instantly and some will take several years. It depends and worth a try than being a slave to your own emotions. The heterosexual potential is within you. But unfortunately some so called activists and organizations keep misleading the homosexuals that sexual orientation cannot be change since they are born that way. This is very destructive and selfish. Organizations and activists must respect the homosexual’s right to change and they should be helped to realize their ambitions.
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Sanny (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay lesbian bisexual intersex readers on 22/04/2011 tagged with tourism, at the work place, teaching lgbt rights in schools, sexual orientation +3
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I Am a boy. but I like and I have a experience with girl, uncle, Aunt with sex... and now i like to joint with bisexual thing... but still i can't find a bi sexual persons... anyone like, pls send me a massage. I always like little, young, old women, uncle, couple... but that should be secrets... pls send me hurry.... I allready to done any sexual thing with them... but i dont like to act films.
my mail address is lwasanjaya@yahoo.com..... i am hope fully and waiting for you........
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Manoj (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay readers on 19/04/2011 tagged with illegality of male to male relationships +10
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My name is Manoj.I'm living with my partnerI am working in IT sector and my partner also the same. My age is 28 & my partner is in his 25.
We like to enter to the gay marraige.But no any opportunity in here for that.Because of that we like to migrate to any other country.We are awaiting an opportunity for that.We like to share our experiences with others.If any person or an organization like to help us or work with us email us : nuwa_n@yahoo.com
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gerald (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay readers on 10/04/2011 +5
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i'm living in sri lanka.i know that i'm gay but i never sex with any one yet, because in my country no freedom for gay activities.still i'm single.i want some one to share my life in any other country which permission to gay marriage,if i'm not able to find some i have live alone full of my life,i don't want blame any one.so if your interest to help me to keep my life happy as a gay you can help me. geraldlusiano.1000@gmail.com
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Manoj (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay readers on 07/11/2010 tagged with marriage / civil unions +15
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My name is Manoj.I'm living with my partner.I'm a financial gratuate & qualified accountant.My parner is a dancer & final year student of his degree.My age is 29 & my partner is in his 27.
We like to enter to the gay marraige.But no any opportunity in here for that.Because of that we like to migrate to the western country.We are awaiting an opportunity for that.We like to share our experiences with others.Also we like to work in a gay organization to help others.If any person or an organization like to help us or work with us email us : jmsosho@gmail.com
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