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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.

Have you had problems obtaining treatment for HIV/AIDS or STD/STIs in WORLD?

The majority of people visiting this site have said No

Yes, there is no access prevention (0 %) Yes, access to prevention is limited (0 %) Yes, getting prevention is stigmatized (0 %) No (100%)

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we have reorganisation in our project StadtCOLOUR and new contacts for the worldwide gay-community:

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arno ralf kneisel - osce/ksze-missionsleiter der StadtCOLOUR (user currently living in SWITZERLAND) posted for gay readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 21/09/2013 tagged with tourism, at the work place, gender identity, human rights, religion
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we have reorganisation in our project StadtCOLOUR and new contacts for the worldwide gay-community:

StadtCOLOUR
www.osce-mission-der-stadtcolour.de.rs
www.botschaftderstadtcolour.com
www.flickr.com/photos/wim-international
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Saida (user currently living in HUNGARY) posted for readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 09/10/2013
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by law some with hiv do not have to tell any one they have it . but they sould use glove. as bing a firefighter and emt when i have to work on some they do not have to tell me they have it so and it very very had to get from some one from ever day tnhgis. if you want to know more one sould look on the web or talk with your dc about hiv and we sould not put some down for having it keep then from geting a job.
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Janeth (user currently living in LESOTHO) posted for readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 09/10/2013
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Michel (user currently living in PAKISTAN) posted for readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 11/10/2013
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TomI think that this question was prtety self-explanatory, I mean you'd have to be prtety dumb to ask that question.There's no straight pride because straight people are the majority of society and haven't been deprived of anything.It's like asking why there isn't white pride. Well, probably because the Afro-Americans were the ones enslaved, not the other way around.Besides, for there to be pride there needs to be a common cause that is simple and all people within the minority can agree on. Ergo, for gay people that is EQUALITY.I have a hard time seeing what the common cause would be for straight people.I mean, there's diversity and disputes within both groups. But for the gays there is that common cause at the end.So to me, the whole straight pride thing should be self-explanatory, and the fact that you have to make a video to explain that is a little bit sad. http://mbkovqeviu.com [url=http://yzumonmtdl.com]yzumonmtdl[/url] [link=http://otojvwiutnt.com]otojvwiutnt[/link]
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Hony (user currently living in PORTUGAL) posted for readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 13/10/2013
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醫生,因為篇幅太長,所以分兩篇,不好意思,謝謝以下是我第3跟4個問題3)Since you have been practicing in the prifossoen of HIV/AIDS for last decade, is it any possible the result turns to positive after 3 months? Can my result be conclusive now (week 21)? I am a health male only have average one flu alike sick per a year for almost last couple years. I only have jock itch this problem. I can expect your answer, however, just wanna check for your prifossoenal advice again!4) What If i have protected sex with two female for last 7 months (one in April and one in July), assuming both of them are having HIV, is it any possible i have repeated exposures to HIV and extend my window period for the encounter i have in 澳門?After this long story, I really appreciate your time! Again, Thank you very much, Dr.Have a wonderful and white holiday!Christopher http://vswing.com [url=http://udansl.com]udansl[/url] [link=http://wdonwtizr.com]wdonwtizr[/link]
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Nonie (user currently living in CHRISTMAS ISLAND) posted for readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 05/03/2014
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