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Have you changed government documents in WORLD concerning your gender identity? How easy was the process?
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Lloyd (user currently living in AUSTRALIA) posted for gay lesbian readers to the AUSTRALIA country page on 16/09/2011 tagged with human rights
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Hi I'm Lloyd, I am 27 and live in Queensland, Australia. Life is pretty good for gay people in Australia. Although it can be a fairly masculine culture, things are changing and we have hate laws and anti discrimination laws. I consider myself lucky. I am all too aware of what my gay brothers and sisters around the world face in too many countries. For this reason, I have been letter writing, campaigning and just had my first article printed in a magazine about the situation in Ghana. I believe the most powerful forces of homophobia are religion and misunderstanding. I salute those who stand up for their rights in the harshest of environments. I also send my best wishes and love to those that are persecuted. If you have access to the internet, hop on...it's a big world, and you will find out you are not alone! There is nothing wrong with you. There are forces against you. I hope things will change for the better for us one day. With love, Lloyd.
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Lloyd (user currently living in AUSTRALIA) posted for gay lesbian readers to the AUSTRALIA country page on 16/09/2011 tagged with human rights
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Hi I'm Lloyd, I am 27 and live in Queensland, Australia. Life is pretty good for gay people in Australia. Although it can be a fairly masculine culture, things are changing and we have hate laws and anti discrimination laws. I consider myself lucky. I am all too aware of what my gay brothers and sisters around the world face in too many countries. For this reason, I have been letter writing, campaigning and just had my first article printed in a magazine about the situation in Ghana. I believe the most powerful forces of homophobia are religion and misunderstanding. I salute those who stand up for their rights in the harshest of environments. I also send my best wishes and love to those that are persecuted. If you have access to the internet, hop on...it's a big world, and you will find out you are not alone! There is nothing wrong with you. There are forces against you. I hope things will change for the better for us one day. With love, Lloyd.
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Lloyd (user currently living in AUSTRALIA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex readers to the AUSTRALIA country page on 16/09/2011
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Also, sorry, I meant to add my email address for support. I live in Australia and will try to respond to all people for support. boogienights@mail.com. Please note: this is not a hoax, and I cannot send any money! It is simply for people who want to have correspondence with someone for support regarding issues with sexuality. Thanks, Lloyd
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john (user currently living in UNITED KINGDOM) posted for gay readers to the AUSTRALIA country page on 08/02/2012 tagged with hate crime and violence prevention
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Hi there Lloyd.

Afer reading your post on Australia and how accepting it is for people who maybe gay, I am just wondering if there are any issues on homosexuality and the travelling community over there? Not as in tourists but gypsies? I am thinking of doing some research out there but need to first see if this is worth while. There isn't much literatue on this online and in library's in UK. If you could get back to me on this that would be much appreciated. Thanks John
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