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beka (user currently living in GEORGIA) posted for gay readers to the GEORGIA country page on 18/05/2013 +10
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Halo my name is Beka and I'm a Gay from Georgia. Countries where we do not recognize gay couples are not going to beat the pressure. Nobody helps us, and no one understands us: ((In this country we are just trash it apply to us. Did not provide protection against any sun As you know today was the day of the fight against homohobias. As many of us have joined in the action but unfortunately They did not give us the right to a crowd of people who hate us, and ironically. Gay Go from Georgia, you are not logged Shame on you This was preceded by the clergy to the people They were told to go to Georgia, leaving Georgia Thousands of people came to us and we are only 50 of us They threatened to kill us and burn thousands of horrible things like rape and so on swearing They threatened to kill us and burn thousands of horrible things like rape and so on swearing I'm afraid of the future because they do not know what happens to me or my boyfriend when I go outside I do not know what to tell you about it. Unfortunately, no one shares our interests Unfortunately we can not afford and do not provide protection against the LGBT Organization These evil people who laughed at us and threatening us Today I was really scared so he came to us on A country can not remain nor I, nor my boyfriend. Because they are actually dangerous I am gay and like using an external application requesting asylum in any country with my boyfriend Please can you tell us will help us do I call on all organizations which explore gay issues Maybe tomorrow will be too late to help us survive Learn what happened today in Georgia How They treat gay couples I asked my boyfriend along with me as a gay asylum Please can you tell us not to give up: ((This will be plunged into misery. Do not treat us the way the society Having plunged into misery The footage is probably covered the whole world I am ashamed that I live in Georgia with my boyfriend, and I do not know what to expect from these evil people from tomorrow Please help me with my problem Thank you in advance from a 22-year-old Beka Georgia. Here is a video on how to treat us, we gays Residents of Georgia
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beka (user currently living in GEORGIA) posted for gay readers to the GEORGIA country page on 18/05/2013 +10
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Halo my name is Beka and I'm a Gay from Georgia. Countries where we do not recognize gay couples are not going to beat the pressure. Nobody helps us, and no one understands us: ((In this country we are just trash it apply to us. Did not provide protection against any sun As you know today was the day of the fight against homohobias. As many of us have joined in the action but unfortunately They did not give us the right to a crowd of people who hate us, and ironically. Gay Go from Georgia, you are not logged Shame on you This was preceded by the clergy to the people They were told to go to Georgia, leaving Georgia Thousands of people came to us and we are only 50 of us They threatened to kill us and burn thousands of horrible things like rape and so on swearing They threatened to kill us and burn thousands of horrible things like rape and so on swearing I'm afraid of the future because they do not know what happens to me or my boyfriend when I go outside I do not know what to tell you about it. Unfortunately, no one shares our interests Unfortunately we can not afford and do not provide protection against the LGBT Organization These evil people who laughed at us and threatening us Today I was really scared so he came to us on A country can not remain nor I, nor my boyfriend. Because they are actually dangerous I am gay and like using an external application requesting asylum in any country with my boyfriend Please can you tell us will help us do I call on all organizations which explore gay issues Maybe tomorrow will be too late to help us survive Learn what happened today in Georgia How They treat gay couples I asked my boyfriend along with me as a gay asylum Please can you tell us not to give up: ((This will be plunged into misery. Do not treat us the way the society Having plunged into misery The footage is probably covered the whole world I am ashamed that I live in Georgia with my boyfriend, and I do not know what to expect from these evil people from tomorrow Please help me with my problem Thank you in advance from a 22-year-old Beka Georgia. Here is a video on how to treat us, we gays Residents of Georgia
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Khuthadzo (user currently living in LEBANON) posted for readers to the GEORGIA country page on 09/10/2013
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This just shows you the US newspaper bias, espileacy NYTimes Their headline is: Report blames both sides.Sorry for not posting the leads. In my excitement I forget to do it.
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Michele (user currently living in KUWAIT) posted for readers to the GEORGIA country page on 10/10/2013
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Geovane (user currently living in CHILE) posted for readers to the GEORGIA country page on 11/10/2013
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Sakar (user currently living in EUROPE) posted for readers to the GEORGIA country page on 13/10/2013
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Mena (user currently living in SAINT VINCENT AND THE GRENADINES) posted for readers to the GEORGIA country page on 05/03/2014
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