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UNITED STATES

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: Marriage laws vary in this country depending on area
Is it possible to change your gender on official documents?: Only in some areas
Gay or lesbian able to serve in the armed forces: Yes

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Are you out at work in UNITED STATES? Have there been any responses to your sexual orientation at work?

The majority of people visiting this site have said Support from boss and co-workers

Negative responses from boss (18%) Negative responses from co-workers (15%) I was fired for my sexual orientation (12%) Support from boss and co-workers (53%)

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Readers Experiences

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Sebastian (user currently living in BELGIUM) posted for readers on 11/10/2013
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PeterI marched in the Pride pdaare for the first time in 5 years. Minneapolis has a HUGE pdaare 2 hours worth! I marched for 13 years at my other (mainly gay) church until I noticed something. Well, first if it was a election year the politicians were everywhere (Dog catcher in a gay pride pdaare?!)but more than that it was very simple. There is a huge commercialism side to Gay Pride. People who just want the Gay Dollar.Okay, I get it but if you want my money support my rights!Co-workers used to think I was brave marching in the pdaare. Duh! No one watches it but gay people. The media barely covers it. (Ho-hum. Just like last year.)But it is SO wonderful so hear people screamming and clapping for churchs who welcome ALL people. Some people get it. When will the rest? http://chzieazvr.com [url=http://wjyexcrjls.com]wjyexcrjls[/url] [link=http://lrhcspcqob.com]lrhcspcqob[/link]
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Sebastian (user currently living in BELGIUM) posted for readers on 11/10/2013
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PeterI marched in the Pride pdaare for the first time in 5 years. Minneapolis has a HUGE pdaare 2 hours worth! I marched for 13 years at my other (mainly gay) church until I noticed something. Well, first if it was a election year the politicians were everywhere (Dog catcher in a gay pride pdaare?!)but more than that it was very simple. There is a huge commercialism side to Gay Pride. People who just want the Gay Dollar.Okay, I get it but if you want my money support my rights!Co-workers used to think I was brave marching in the pdaare. Duh! No one watches it but gay people. The media barely covers it. (Ho-hum. Just like last year.)But it is SO wonderful so hear people screamming and clapping for churchs who welcome ALL people. Some people get it. When will the rest? http://chzieazvr.com [url=http://wjyexcrjls.com]wjyexcrjls[/url] [link=http://lrhcspcqob.com]lrhcspcqob[/link]
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