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Mohamed Salieu Kamara (user currently living in UNITED KINGDOM) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex readers to the SIERRA LEONE country page on 15/04/2014
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Good day, and let me express my deep honor and pleasure to the world challenge.

I am talking about gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people, human beings born free and given bestowed equality and dignity, who have a right to claim that, which is now one of the remaining human rights challenges of our time. I speak about this subject knowing that my own country’s record on human rights for gay people is far from perfect. Until 2011, when David Cameron, the British prime minister issued a statement at a world summit to tell African leaders they should support gay rights or risk losing funds from the UK government, it was still a crime in parts of our country. Many LGBT in the west countries have endured violence and harassment in their own lives, and for some, including many youthful people, bullying and exclusion are daily experiences. So we, like all nations, have more work to do to defend human rights at home.

At the present, raising this issue, I know, is sensitive for many people and that the obstacles standing in the way of protecting the human rights of LGBT people rest on deeply held personal, political, cultural, and religious beliefs. So I am submitting my local and International Journal of Area Studies with respect, accepting, and humility. Even though progress on this front is not easy, we cannot delay acting. So in that spirit, I want to talk about the difficult and vital issues we must address together to reach a global harmony that recognizes the human rights of LGBT citizens all over.

The primary issue goes to the heart of the subject. Some have suggested that gay rights and human rights are separate and distinct; but, in fact, they are one and the same. Now, of course, 67 years ago, the governments that drafted and approved the Universal Declaration of Human Rights were not thinking about how it applied to the LGBT area. They also weren’t thinking about how it applied to indigenous people or children or people with disabilities or other marginalized groups. Yet in the past 67 years, we have come to recognize that members of these groups are entitled to the full measure of dignity and rights, because, like all people, they share a common humanity.

This recognition did not occur all at once. It evolved over time. And as it did, we understood that we were honoring rights that people always had, rather than creating new or special rights for them. Like being a woman, like being a racial, religious, tribal, or ethnic minority, being LGBT does not make you less human. And that is why gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights.

It is violation of human rights when people are beaten or killed because of their sexual orientation, or because they do not conform to cultural norms about how men and women should look or behave. It is a violation of human rights when governments declare it illegal to be gay, or allow those who harm gay people or their sympathizers to go scot-free. It is a violation of human rights when lesbian or transgendered women are subjected to so-called corrective rape, or forcibly subjected to hormone treatments, or when people are murdered after public calls for violence toward gays, or when they are forced to flee their nations and seek safe haven in other lands to save their lives. And it is a violation of human rights when life-saving care is withdrawn from people because they are gay, or equal access to justice is denied to people because they are gay, or public spaces are out of bounds to people because they are gay. No matter what we in each of these cases, we came to learn that no practice or tradition trumps the human rights that belong to all of us. And this holds true for inflicting violence on LGBT people, criminalizing their status or behaviour, expelling them from their families and communities, or tacitly or explicitly accepting their killing.
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Human Rights First Rwanda Association (user currently living in RWANDA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers to the RWANDA country page on 11/04/2014 tagged with human rights
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Dear sir/madam.

We are a Human Rights organization from Rwanda(Human Rights First Rwanda Association) that has been actively engaged in defending the rights of sexual minorities in Rwanda and the region at large.

We are very much credited with the campaign that lead to Decriminalize LGBTI'S in the new Rwandan penal code.

Our concern still is the stigma and discrimination they continue to face as result of their sexual orientation. And lack of access to health facilities , justice system and freedom of association . And now that most African states have stated enacting strict criminal laws targeting sexual minorities it has become a threat even to the achievements we have managed to secure in Rwanda

A lot of Advocacy and Human Rights education initiatives are needed to support sexual minorities in Rwanda and the great lakes region.

It is against this background that today we have initiated a project that Upholds sexual minority rights in the great lakes

individuals and organizations can contribute through the below link and receive a tax deduction from Global Giving.

http://www.globalgiving.org/projects/uphold-sexual-minority-rights-in-the-great-lakes/

Kindly spread the word and share the information to support this cause.


We look forward to your assistance in this regard.


With warm regards


Nzovu Job Ruzage

Executive Director

B.p 7564 Kigali/Rwanda

+250-0788623625

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Human-Rights-First-Rwanda-Association-aka-Rights-Rwanda/25203826484
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To my Nigerian Brothers snd Sisters:

This is a forum to tell our stories to the world. Instead of poignant posts, you add the typical, and well known, "Nigerian Scams" to this special forum.

Shame on you! Shame on all who posted messages on this forum in an attempt to elicit money through illegitimate means.

SHAME ON YOU!!!

And know that we now have the technological means of tracing you back to the computer terminal you used when posting. Yes, we have found Government officials in Nigeria, those willing to cooperate with our group.

Who are we? We are an International Group dedicated to stopping Internet Traffic that violates the Sun/Trent/Obama/Putin Internet Accords of 2012. This was a joint accord signed by Leaders of China, Europe, the Americas, and Russia. Its goal is to stop Internet Scams, Email Flooding, and intentional disruption of websites.

In situations such as Scamming, we are working with local Internet Providers, setting up cameras in their cafes so the Scammers can be identified, and then when known, they are followed so other members of their gang can be identified.

The team has been successful - it recently identified, and then apprehended, an eight member gang working in Idogwari, a town just outside the Nigerian capital of Abuja.
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ZY (user currently living in SAUDI ARABIA) posted for gay readers to the SAUDI ARABIA country page on 05/04/2014 +5
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Hi guys! Hope this ad finds you well. I'm halfway of my contract here at Saudi Arabia and while im on the verge of finishing my contract, i got the chance of knowing a saudi man who recently visited the Philippines for a vacation. We were able to communicate and know each other. He was a very open minded guy, he wanted me to know more about him and even very open to whatever questions i have for him and he readily answers all. We met and had some chitchats til we slept together. The days gone by, i fell in love with him. And im not sure if he did the same way, but he message me that often that he loves me and misses me. Im not even sure if thats limited only to relish desires towards me in bed. I tried to search some articles about saudi men in their views towards relationship especially same sex. I just want to have some background on how they set themselves in loving someone. Til now, i got this vague trap if he's serious or not. Im just taking the ride and accepting the risk that one of these days, he will say "Goodbye". It will hurt me for sure coz i loved him. But then again, im mediating myself for whatever outcome that will arise. For now,its good to be loved and loved someone unconditionally. LOVE LOVE LOVE
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Eric Barnes (user currently living in UNITED STATES) posted for gay readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 03/04/2014 tagged with hate crime and violence prevention, gender identity, human rights
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Facebook deleted my group SUPPORT IRAQI GAYS - STOP THE KILLING, a vital outlet for Iraqi gay expression in a country that routinely kills gays. Please read my letter to facebook, as yet unanswered. Will you contact Facebook for me and tell them you are disturbed by this report? Please? Thank you!

April 3, 2014

Dear Facebook administrator,

I was shocked to wake up this morning and learn that my longstanding social group, SUPPORT IRAQI GAYS - STOP THE KILLING was removed for unspecified "content violations." For nearly six years this group has been a vital forum for more than 2,000 iraqi gays who needed a place to communicate online openly as they try to avoid being openly murdered for whom they love.

From my end as founder and administrator, we have become increasingly adept at monitoring the site for porography, hate speech, commercial postings and the like. We now monitor the site 24/7 from both Baghdad and San Francisco looking for content violations. Postings are removed with lightning efficiency if they violate the content standards, and members are banned permenantly for repeat offenses. By any possible standard we have given due diligence to monitoring this site in both Arabic and English - continuously.

In addition, I recall on more than one occasion when Facebook would not allow me to remove a posting, saying "You are not authorized to edit this site" when I am in fact the founder! But other than that we are a page that does not tolerate nudity below the waist, or hate speech of any kind. I have an Iraqi administrator who is on the job when I'm not.

With any group of more than 2,000 young gays you are going to have the occasional violation, but we deal with them increasingly swiftly to ensure that the site is open and friendly to everyone. How could we possibly do more? About a year ago the site was suspended for allegedly violating standards, but I searched the site for evidnce that images had been removed, or that any standards were violated, and could find none. Nothing - and no explanation from Facebook on what the offending content was - or who had posted it!!!

But let's look at the real problem here: Thousands of Iraqi gays face the death penalty in their country for daring to be gay. This page has been one of the few forums available to them to express themselves and meet each other -- and by any POSSIBLE measure my administration of the page has been caring and competent and continuous.

I ask that you restore our page and its members to their former status. I promise we will continue monitoring the site as carefully as we do today. When you show images of two men kissing, there will always be someone who complains, but if they are merely bad actors and there is no pornography or hate speech -- then Facebook needs a way to recognize that that their complaints are not valid and ignore them. We do everything we can here to ensure a good experience for our members. But you didn't even leave a grievance procedure in place for us to challenge this dreadful decision. Without our page, one thing is sure. Iraqi gays will die, Iraqi gays will be hurt, and Iraqi gays will have no forum to share their feelings.

I beg you to reestablish this site in consideration of the enormous social benefit it brings. Paying attention to these things is part of your responsibility as a company. We as administrators can only provide diligence, we cannot prevent members from posting things, we can only remove members who do. And we do so with lightning speed.

I look forward to your reconsideration of this issue.

Very truly yours.


Eric E Barnes
San Francisco

synrg@comcast.net
saucyladd@yahoo.com










Goodbye Iraqi Gays - you are loved

Today brings a sad farewell to my beloved Facebook group "SUPPORT IRAQI GAYS - STOP THE KILLING." To our 2,473 loyal members who for six years asked for nothing more than a chance to be themselves, seize the opportunity to speak out against homophobia and meet and cruise each other in a relentlessly antigay society, I am sorry.

But it wasn't the CIA, it wasn't the Iraqi government, and it wasn't antigay militants who killed the group -- it was Facebook. I got an e-mail at midnight saying the group had been removed for unspecified "content violations" and that was that. There is no response address, no grievance procedure, no image or content specified as violating their community standards.

I consider Facebook's actions to be brutally violent considering the great lengths we went to to keep members' contributions civil and decent. We monitored the site continuously from both San Francisco and Baghdad, in both English and Arabic, constantly on the lookout for porn, hate speech or commercial interests. Violators had their inappropriate postings removed with ever-increasing speed and efficiency, and wayward members were banned permanently for repeat violations.

But the vast majority of members were kind souls who were grateful to have a forum where they could express themselves openly. In recent months more and more members were daring to show their real faces, expressing what can only be their own brand of Queer Pride.

Iraqi gays, I congratulate you on your indomitable spirit and will never forget your bravery, which has touched me deeply. I treasure the few of you who have become real friends too, and hope to keep you around forever.

But Facebook doesn't care about human rights, about the brutality of the antigay violence that continues to this day in Iraq, or about the plight of the oppressed. Facebook doesn't give a whit about its scorched-earth policies -- or that its claimed violations are invisible to the human eye. Facebook DOES want me to know that not only the group, but my personal profile will be removed if "I" continue to violate its nebulous and undefined standards. So go to hell Facebook. The blood of my beloved Iraqi gays is on your hands now.
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STEPAN posted for gay readers to the ARMENIA country page on 03/04/2014
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Я живу в Ереване, я гей, МНЕ ПРЕСЛЕДУЮТ И РОДИТЕЛИ И БРАТ ХОТЯТ МНЕ УБИВАТЬ ГОСУДАРСТВА НЕ ЗАЩИЩАЕТ МЕНЯ Я БОЮСЬ ЖИТЬ БОЮСЬ ЧТО МНЕ БУДУТ УБИВАТЬ ПОЛИЦИЯ НЕ ЗАЩИЩАЕТ НАС ГОМОСЕКСУАЛИСТОВ ОПАСНО ДЛЯ НАС ЗДЕСЬ ЖИТЬ .... МОГУ ПРОСИТ УБЕЖИЩЕ ИЗ ЕВРОПЫ? УЖЕ НАЧАЛИ НАС ПРЕСЛЕДОВАТЬ ЛЮДИ КОМПАНИИ КОТОРЫЕ ДЕСТВУЮТ ПРОТИВ НАС .... I live in Yerevan, I'm gay, I persecuted and parents and brother WANT TO KILL ME STATE NOT protect me I'm afraid to live AFRAID THAT I WILL KILL POLICE does not protect us GAYS dangerous for us to live here .... can not ask REFUGE FROM EUROPE? Already begun to haunt us PEOPLE THAT COMPANY identities against
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Rahmi (user currently living in SAUDI ARABIA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers to the SAUDI ARABIA country page on 02/04/2014 tagged with human rights, laws and leadership , armed forces, religion, illegality of male to male relationships +9
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Hi I'm a gay guy living in saudi arabia and so far me and my boyfriend have been hiding from the public staying low and it was hard for us but we managed to do it till a week ago where my boyfriend was arrested for being gay they found pics of us kissing in his phones and they arrested him they kept him in jail for 5 days till they sent him to court where they beat him into confessing everything and they made him sign the confession and i been stuck trying to explain to his family what exactly happened they finally let him out two days ago on house arrest till his court date now i know my story isnt as big as some of the people on here but they took away my everything and they did all those horrible things even the officers at the station harassed and tried to rape him and all of that while i had my hands tied and couldnt do anything i just had to watch him go thru all that and he might doing some jail time or even worse and right im seeking refugee anywhere or anyone that can provide us with protection and help us get outta this country and get to safety plz let me know i miss him so much and i am willing to anything for him so if anyone has any information on how to seek refugee plz let me know asap just contact on this email Seth2241@hotmail.com plz help us we are desperate and dont know what to do any info would be helpful plz i am beggin u any info just contact me and this is just what happened to us recently we've been dealing with this for too long we just wanna be together in peace so plz help us
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(user currently living in UNITED STATES) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 01/04/2014 tagged with hate crime and violence prevention, human rights, laws and leadership
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I am conducting an international study of unacknowledged and underreported experiences of domestic violence amongst LGBT populations. Please let me know if you were in a violent relationship if the police ever became involved in your situation, how did they handle the situation? What recommendations would you make to police, attorneys and legal advocates, judges to better help someone in your situation? If you would like to become part of this study, please respond here. Thank you. DLB
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Mehmet (user currently living in TURKEY) posted for gay intersex straight readers to the TURKEY country page on 28/03/2014
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mack david (user currently living in AFGHANISTAN) posted for gay readers to the MAURITANIA country page in response to this story on 28/03/2014
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mrs jennet (user currently living in AFGHANISTAN) posted for gay readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 28/03/2014
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(user currently living in BAHRAIN) posted for gay bisexual readers to the BAHRAIN country page on 26/03/2014
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There is no relation between Bahrain protest that end in less than 6 months and LGBT right. As protesters never asked for LGBT rights. However, I believe that the fake Jassim has another objectives and goals that wish to reach.
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sarahomo (user currently living in SAUDI ARABIA) posted for gay readers to the SAUDI ARABIA country page on 25/03/2014 tagged with marriage / civil unions, illegality of male to male relationships
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a Gay of Riyadh, divorced twice, I am 33 years, looking for a man who has love married life so full his desires with mesarahomo69@yahoo.com
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sarahomo (user currently living in SAUDI ARABIA) posted for gay readers to the SAUDI ARABIA country page on 25/03/2014 tagged with marriage / civil unions, illegality of male to male relationships
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35 y/o gay pure bottom riyad looking to be a lovely wife to whom respecting my life and incoureged my feminen thought sarahomo69@yahoo.com
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(user currently living in SAUDI ARABIA) posted for gay readers to the SAUDI ARABIA country page on 25/03/2014 tagged with marriage / civil unions
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35 y/o gay pure bottom riyad looking to be a lovely wife to whom respecting my life and incoureged my feminen thought sarahomo69@yahoo.com
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David Ulloa (user currently living in COSTA RICA) posted for gay lesbian readers to the COSTA RICA country page on 24/03/2014 tagged with marriage / civil unions
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Este miercoles 26 se vence el plazo para presentar coadyuvancias ante la Sala Constitucional, Costa Rica, en la accion 13-13032, qUE presento el Abogado y activista Yashin Castrillo contra el articulo 242 del Codigo de Familia, que regula, en forma unica y exclusiva, la uni贸n de hecho "entre un hombre y una mujer". La accion plantea que el no reconocer legalmente a la pareja formada por dos hombres o dos mujeres, en las mismas condiciones que se reconoce a las parejas heterosexuales, viola los derechos a la dignidad humana; igualdad y no discriminacion por orientacion sexual; libre desarrollo de la personalidad y autonomia de la voluntad, asi como formar una familia y recibir la proteccion especial del Estado.

Los textos deben ser enviados a la direcci贸n: informes-sc@poder-judicial.go.cr

Muchas gracias.
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Mehmet (user currently living in TURKEY) posted for gay readers to the TURKEY country page on 22/03/2014 tagged with illegality of male to male relationships +5
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Kendimi bildim bileli erkek erkeğe ilişki eğilimi hazzı vardı. Gerek erginlik dönemimde gerekse yetişkin evremde cinsel tercihime yönelik eğilimim değişmedı. Hiç istemediğim bir ülkede yaşıyorum yasağın cehennem tarafında ezilen bir toplumla iç içeyim. Zaman zaman dışlandım zaman hor görüldüm zaman zaman da dövüldüm. Tek nedenleri ise GAY olmamdı. İleriyi görmeye devam edip bu mücadeleden vazgeçmeyecegim. Gerek ailem gerek çevrem olsun onları terk etmeye hazır olmuş durumdayım. İlahi nedenlerin etkisinde olan toplumum ne yazıkki karanlığı aşamamaktadır. Tamamen yasak tamamen hukuksuz bir devlette yaşıyorum. Aydın, çağdaş, ileri ve açık görüşlü toplumlarda yaşamayı çok isterdim.
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prof tito (user currently living in QATAR) posted for gay readers to the SOUTH AFRICA country page on 21/03/2014 +0
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The following theory proves everybody is gay weather you know it or not ."Some species, such as some snails, practice sex change: adults start out male, then become female (See also sex reversal). In tropical clown fish, the dominant individual in a group becomes female while the other ones are male, and bluehead wrasses (Thalassoma bifasciatum) are the reverse. In the marine worm (Bonellia viridis), larvae become males if they make physical contact with a female, and females if they end up on the bare sea floor. This is triggered by the presence of a chemical produced by the females, bonellin. Some species, however, have no sex-determination system. Hermaphrodites include the common earthworm and certain species of snails. A few species of fish, reptiles, and insects reproduce by parthenogenesis and are female altogether. There are some reptiles, such as the boa constrictor and komodo dragon that can reproduce sexually and asexually, depending if a mate is available"(ref –man is the extension of woman)The main hypothesis discussed in this book is that, if a woman lives long enough she will be converted into a man physically. A similar thing can also be stated about man. It is wrong to categorize humankind into two genders as it implicates that they are extremely dissimilar and physically opposite to each other. Man and woman are just two different stages of one developmental process. And physically they are very similar. The ideas presented may sound unconventional but Dr. Fulzele implores readers to consider his point of view with an open mind. “Your world will not change if you do not agree with me. But if you agree with me, how does it change your world? If more people agree with you and me, how does it change our world? The possibilities are limitless.�
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The following theory proves everybody is gay weather you know it or not ."Some species, such as some snails, practice sex change: adults start out male, then become female (See also sex reversal). In tropical clown fish, the dominant individual in a group becomes female while the other ones are male, and bluehead wrasses (Thalassoma bifasciatum) are the reverse. In the marine worm (Bonellia viridis), larvae become males if they make physical contact with a female, and females if they end up on the bare sea floor. This is triggered by the presence of a chemical produced by the females, bonellin. Some species, however, have no sex-determination system. Hermaphrodites include the common earthworm and certain species of snails. A few species of fish, reptiles, and insects reproduce by parthenogenesis and are female altogether. There are some reptiles, such as the boa constrictor and komodo dragon that can reproduce sexually and asexually, depending if a mate is available"(ref –man is the extension of woman)The main hypothesis discussed in this book is that, if a woman lives long enough she will be converted into a man physically. A similar thing can also be stated about man. It is wrong to categorize humankind into two genders as it implicates that they are extremely dissimilar and physically opposite to each other. Man and woman are just two different stages of one developmental process. And physically they are very similar. The ideas presented may sound unconventional but Dr. Fulzele implores readers to consider his point of view with an open mind. “Your world will not change if you do not agree with me. But if you agree with me, how does it change your world? If more people agree with you and me, how does it change our world? The possibilities are limitless.�
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lilly (user currently living in UGANDA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual readers to the UGANDA country page on 21/03/2014
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Hallo everyone!
hope u good,as it is my wish to all of you!
This is a sad story from here,very strange about gay and lesbian.since the parlement aggres about the anti homosexual bill.
my landroad was report me to the police ,they took my girlfriend away,i ve been looking around i couldnt find her,one friend of mine called that they saw her at the police station,i went with my brother to see him at Kololo,and she told me to get out of the house imediatly.i was forced to go to another town left my job,my house.
and i had they dont want to see us(lesbian&gay;)anymore showing up.
because it is not allowed in Uganda,i moved from my appertement ,im somewhere else.anyone knows u report u.Hospital is a problem,our friends who are Hiv positif they couldnt get the medecine.u re afraid to show up anywhere they know you.We need help.Now i changed my email ,my phone number,my adress,Hpe things will get better then they change otherwise this political of East africa shows us that there is no where to go.
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Monika (user currently living in BELGIUM) posted for gay lesbian bisexual readers to the BELGIUM country page on 19/03/2014 tagged with adoption, lgbt families, sexual orientation
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Homosexual parents of children aged 4 years and those who finish 4 years before July 2014 needed for scientific research!

Dear Parents,
I would like to warmly invite You to take part in a scientific survey, which is concentrated on the psychological and sexual development of children of homosexual couples.

I decided to focus my master thesis on this issue, due to the fact that such research on the development of children of homosexual couples have not been made so far in Poland and such studies are rare elsewhere as well. Until now, other researchers have dealt with issues such as the development of bond between parent and child and the emotional development of children growing up in families of homosexual couples. While the sexual development of children growing up in families of heterosexual couples has repeatedly been the subject of studies around the world, those that would include the same process in families of homosexual couples are still missing. This leads to lack of enough reliable data and substantive arguments in public discourse. Due to this gap, it is a very touchy and controversial topic in Poland, especially politically.
That is the reason I decided to come to Belgium, where this issue has been more thoroughly studied and discussed. I hope that the conclusions drawn from this survey will enable to revise and enrich knowledge about the children growing up in Rainbow Families.

I would be very grateful, if You would wish to help me!
More details about the research You can find on this website:

https://mega.co.nz/#!JV5S2aCZ!nG1gCFdXXjXM0ZLwa2BSri4CwsdZ8znCao9YZJs2Fm4

Monika Puszyk
monika.puszyk@yahoo.com
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Foster (user currently living in GHANA) posted for gay readers to the GHANA country page on 17/03/2014 +5
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For me its not been easy for me at all. Although i prefer to live a free life as gay but it is really tough for me here in Ghana. Still have to hide because i am most of the time afraid to reveal my identity.
i am hoping things will get better.
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Hi, we are Paco and Pasquale. We are researchers from Goldsmiths University of London. We are currently preparing a project about Palestinian LGBT stories in Palestine, Israel and all over the world.

If you have sought refuge or you have a story to suggest, please write us at co301pa@gold.ac.uk

Thank you
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Anti Homosexual Act (user currently living in UGANDA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers to the UGANDA country page on 13/03/2014
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Ugandan rights activists and politicians have filed a legal challenge to overturn a tough anti-gay law condemned by Western donors.

The law violated the rights of gay people and subjected them to "cruel and inhuman punishment", they said.

Several cases of "violence and retaliation" have been reported since President Yoweri Museveni signed the law last month, the activists added.

Uganda is a deeply conservative society where many people oppose gay rights.
There is only one thing I fear - living in a society that has no room for minorities�Fox Odoi Ugandan MP

It allows life imprisonment as the penalty for acts of "aggravated homosexuality" and also criminalises the "promotion of homosexuality"
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Udeh Ifeanyi (user currently living in NIGERIA) posted for gay readers to the DENMARK country page on 12/03/2014 tagged with hate crime and violence prevention, hiv/aids , human rights, sexual orientation
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Hello
I'm Anthony 21yrs, I'm Gay from Nigeria.I lost both parent and I'm an orphan.
The recent Anti-Gay law in Nigeria has made everythin diffucult for me,it dangerous and my life is being threathen .even my sister I'm staying with want me to live her house all bcos I'm gay. I'm lost......my life is becoming miseable each day I woke up. I'm afraid of the next minute......I'm scare and I don't want to go to jail or being killed for who I'm ..........so many thingz have been happening here and I'm too young, I'm HIV positive and I can't recive proper treatment cos I'm gay.
Pls I need your help to flee to a country like US where my sexuallity is allowed,where I'm free and xpress my thought as a human being not an Animal.
I will very help to leave u and be happy for once. I knw I'm not the one who created myself...I was born this way.
Thanks
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PALITHA (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay readers on 11/03/2014 tagged with hiv/aids , gender identity, human rights, sexual orientation
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As a openly gay man and person living with HIV my life was actually filled with lot of hardships. Not only battered by my sexual orientation but also victimized because of living with HIV at a very young age. there were times that I thought death would be far more better. However the opportunity to work at UNAIDS drastically changed by life from disgrace and discrimination to respect and well being. It is not the fact that I was working at UNAIDS but it was the fact that I was employed somewhere, a place where I gained respect as another employee ,not sympathy as a person living with HIV,
Civil society and key affected communities ad maintaining a sound relationship with UNAIDS in SriLanka. When I came to know my HIV status, I thought it is end of my life and I had no courage to go anywhere with the fear of exposure. I met a person working for UNAIDS through a PLHIV network and I went to UNAIDS office with great difficulty questioning myself whether I can fit in to such a well-respected place. But I felt a great comfort to be with them with their non-judgmental attitude.
UNAIDS Sri Lanka gave me a greater opportunity to work as a volunteer initially for 6 months and then extended my contract for another 3 months. Initially I was afraid of working in such an organization simply because I don’t have the necessary technical knowledge and I don’t speak good English. I was expecting further stigmatization based on my HIV status and sexual orientation. That was my experience form the society as a young gay man living with HIV.
But I was wrong in my thoughts and UNAIDS staff very warmly welcome me to the UN Compound and felt that it is the safest place for person like me. UNAIDS provided me number of opportunities to develop my public speaking skills and representational capacity. My computer skills, communication skills and English language skills were vastly developed during my stay with UNAIDS. I represent UNAIDS in couple of national forum making me empowered and making me a respected civil society activists. It was a great turning point in my life.
Finally I need to say this is giant opportunity for myself and also my community and I UNAIDS contributed to build up a strong HIV ACTIVITY AND GAY ADVOCATE, in Sri Lanka where HIV positive gay community face double discrimination with the societal norms and legal system. We urge UNAIDS to breed more people like me with necessary capacity to achieve our goal of ZERO
DISCRIMINATION, ZERO AIDS RELATED DETHS, ZERO NEW INFECTIONS
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SAMSON (user currently living in NIGER) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers to the NIGERIA country page on 11/03/2014
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MR SAM.(08106997786)...facebook name......samson abolaji)
WE PROVIDE FASTEST,RELAIBLE AND QUALITY SUGAR MUMMMY,DADDY,GAY,AND LESBIANS.
WE GIVE YOU MAXIMUM SECURITY WHICH WE KEEP U SAVE FOR HIGH CLASS CUSTOMER THAT NEED THIS.
maximum security is guarantee from any of our clients becuase we have done ALL NECESSARY
BACGROUND CHEKUP ON ALL THE LADIES AND MEN WE HAVE ON OUR DATABASED.
NOWADAYS,FINDING SUGAR MUMMY AND ADADDY CAN BE QUITE STRESSFUL AND COMPLICATED.
BUT WE MAKE IT EASY AND SUCCESSFUL WITHOUT ANY STRESS AND FIND THE RIGHT SUGAR MUMMY AND
DADDY FOR YOU.
SUGAR MUMMY SERVICE ARE NOT ONLY FOR SEX AND PLEASURE IT BRING YOU OPPORTUNITY TO MEET
HOT AND MATURE LADIES AND DADDIES THAT ARE POLITICIANS,EXECUTIVE,HONORABLES, OIL BARON
MONEY BUSINESS MEN & WOMEN,DIRECTOR, C.E.O OF COMPANIES.
ANY WHERE U ARE GHANA,NIGERIA COTONOU,SOUTH AFRICA MALAYSIA,ZIMBABWE IVORY COAST.
IF YOU WE START DATING SUGAR MUMMY AND DADDY IN MORE PRODUCTIVE AND REWARDING MANNER
THIS SOMETHING THAT YOU NEED TO DO.
CONTACT THE P.R.O OF PEOPLE MATE DATING AGENCY (MR SAMUEL.08106997786).. FACE BOOK SAMSON ABOLAJI)
FULLY REGISTER UNDER C.A.C (CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION)
MOST IMPORTANCE OF ALL, YOU NEED TO REMEMBER THAT ALL OF THE EFFORT THAT YOU
HAVE PLACED WILL BE GREATLY REWARDED ONCE YOU ARE ABLE TO FIND YOUR IDEAL OF SUGAR MUMMY DATING
GRAPE THE OPPORTUNITY TO MEET OUR LADIES ANY IN LAGOS,ABUJA,calabar,ANAMBRA,DELTA,JOS,PORTHARCOURT,
KONGI,RIVER,IBADAN,EDO,BENIN,KADUNA,ABIA, STATE.
IF YOU WANT MR SAMUEL TO CALL YOU HIMSELF THEN DROP UR INFORMATION.
YOUR NAME..............
YOUR AGE...............
YOUR OCCUPATION.........
YOUR LOCATION...........
TEXT IT TO THIS NUMBER 08106997786 THEN MR SAMson WE CALL YOU HIMSELF.


MR SAM(08106997786)
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Paul (user currently living in SOUTH AFRICA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex readers to the SOUTH AFRICA country page on 11/03/2014 tagged with hate crime and violence prevention, human rights
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While All Out have managed to get Orange to pull there ad revenue from the Red Pepper paper, the South Africa pan African satellite DSTV company are still running ads on the website.

If we can get all multinationals to pull their advertising perhaps the paper will tank.

I'm not exactly sure how to set up online petitions, etc but perhaps you guys would be able to sort it out.
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nabil (user currently living in MOROCCO) posted for gay readers to the MOROCCO country page on 11/03/2014
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hi, im from Morocco I was born in 1990 I am physically handicape, and-because of this I find more concern about studying with professor and director of the college now I have 23 years i have no degree or certificate tray as the director, it made ​​me stop in 2006, he told me that you are a handicap, you can not continue with us and you can not work, frankly, I'm tired, I do not see any future for me in my country and on top of that I'm gay in a country that does not accept homosexuals, please help me to keep my future please

contacte me in : ahmed-adnane@hotmail.fr
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kapsala (user currently living in CAMEROON) posted for gay readers to the CAMEROON country page on 09/03/2014 tagged with lgbt families, human rights, illegality of male to male relationships
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It's really a nightmare to be an LGBTI here in Cameroon. Not only it's considered a serious crime, LGBTIs are treated as outcasts the community and they also suffer police brutality, torture and harassment on a constant basis. The "poor" families also go through hell. Here in the city of Limbe a suspected gay activist, Penda H F, has reportedly fled the country after he was detained, turtured and released with his friends and warned to desist from all such activities. I pray that with the help of the international community LGBTs here in Cameroon shall one day have their divine rights like all humans.
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Anton Dmytriiev (user currently living in UKRAINE) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual readers to the UKRAINE country page on 09/03/2014 tagged with at the work place, human rights, laws and leadership , sexual orientation, marriage / civil unions
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Hypocrisy of brands

Globalization now is everywhere, so you can find your native goods or services almost in every corner of the world.

We’ll talk about Ukraine. This country now is a trend in world news and politicians speeches, but it’s still a very homophobic and backward country as for human rights.

Ukraine and its citizens can’t now live in test-tube, box or fortress – future is around us.

The people should think over their stereotypes, be more patient with LGBT issues in Ukraine and stop hate gays and their community.

World now enjoys the human rights defence activitites in dozens of countires, except Russia, Ukraine and some others. The processes of support individual freedom are vast and influence all spheres of life, including business.

Many of American and well-known companies openly encourage LGBT community, welcome gay marriages and build a tolerant ommunications with everyone.

But in Ukraine the “daughters” of that businesses are not so opened and cheerful, as in US and Europe. Sometimes, the same companies here, in Kyiv, have quite contrary views and politics about LGBTI issues.

We’re not going to boycott services and goods, provided by the compaines, listed below. But it would be curious and useful to hear their positions on the rights of Ukrainian LGBT, cause now they are silent and continue the line of restraint against gay community.

It’s abnormally and doubly – support the same men and women in US and EU, but be opposite and silent in Ukraine, especially, when this country fights for the future and human dignity.

Hope, soon we’ll hear and see concrete and direct position about LGBT rights from the Ukrainian branches of companies, listed below. The thing is that big business now is probably the one and unique engine of progress and reforms in medieval and tired from Soviet heritage Ukraine.

1. Ernst&Young;
2. Microsoft
3.
4. IBM
5. PwC
6. Adobe Systems
7. Facebook
8. Ford
9. Gap Inc.
10. Oreo
11. Apple Inc.
12. Google
13. PepsiCo
14. Procter&Gamble;
15. Groupon
16. Hewlett-Packard
17. Budweiser
18. Kraft Foods
19. The Walt Disney Company
20. McDonald's
21. Xerox
22. eBay
23. Nike and many others, which are not so familiar to Ukrainian consumers.

So, be opened and honest with your clients – say loudly about your vision, mission and values.
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Mel (user currently living in SAUDI ARABIA) posted for gay readers to the SAUDI ARABIA country page on 09/03/2014 tagged with human rights +5
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I am a gay Filipino worker here in Saudi Arabia...I am suffering now of character abuse....I want to exit in this country but my employer ask me to pay 3,500 riyals....I don't know what to do...no one can help me...even the Philippine embassy because they are under the law of Islam...please help me...I am very distressed...I am very depressed..I am very hopeless.....please help me....please......the only way I know if I cannot solve this problem is to end up my life.....please help me....I am begging to anyone with a golden heart...please......please....
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gladwin (user currently living in INDIA) posted for gay readers to the SWEDEN country page on 09/03/2014 tagged with gender identity
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Hi everyone going to write but scaring what will happen next because in a country where i lives noone likes this type of people even makes fun for them and therefore we can never opens ourself before anyone and push strongly our feelings and emotions which the nature has given us with our birth,gay r a new word until i introduced with internet in 2000 , till then i was thinking that im a wrong person who is living in this cultural world and im the only one , before that i got married with a girl , but there were no sexual relationship between us and the result was we both were living a life full of tension, fighting, stress with all the negative things.to each other.
frienship with girls was a normal relationship eating waliking thats it, this was my thinking but after marriage when she demanded sex with me but i was not able because i had no attraction for the woman ,i can respect them like god but can never accept in my sex life therefore after 7 day of marriage when there were no sex between us then mediator came to our home and talked with my father and both asked me whats up man i tried to hide and said everything is ok and fine in my life but they compell me to visit a doctor and doctor given me medicine which i hve to take with alchol then it happens betweenus every night i had to take medicine before going to the bed but my days were full of stress and when i stopped to medicine then the situation was like before because alcohl can never change who we r?
and till then im living a stressful and miserable life but could not accept it , i want to fly with my own feathers in the sky of life but there r many rocks on my feathers therefore im looking a platform and land where i could strech out my feathers and fly in the sky like other son and daughters of the god otherwise ithink that im the mistake of creator something must be wrong i did in my previous birth and now im suffering and cultivating it,
reading stories is much enjoyful but experience r full of pain the pain of disappear wounds and cuts on our soul noone try to understand us mean the people like me , we comes and goes no one try to save our shadows, is this the life which i ever asked to god if yes then sorry god i will never do it again like father forgive me once again,thats it
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SAMSON posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers to the NIGERIA country page on 06/03/2014 +5
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MR SAM.(08106997786)...facebook name......samson abolaji)
WE PROVIDE FASTEST,RELAIBLE AND QUALITY SUGAR MUMMMY,DADDY,GAY,AND LESBIANS.
WE GIVE YOU MAXIMUM SECURITY WHICH WE KEEP U SAVE FOR HIGH CLASS CUSTOMER THAT NEED THIS.
maximum security is guarantee from any of our clients becuase we have done ALL NECESSARY
BACGROUND CHEKUP ON ALL THE LADIES AND MEN WE HAVE ON OUR DATABASED.
NOWADAYS,FINDING SUGAR MUMMY AND ADADDY CAN BE QUITE STRESSFUL AND COMPLICATED.
BUT WE MAKE IT EASY AND SUCCESSFUL WITHOUT ANY STRESS AND FIND THE RIGHT SUGAR MUMMY AND
DADDY FOR YOU.
SUGAR MUMMY SERVICE ARE NOT ONLY FOR SEX AND PLEASURE IT BRING YOU OPPORTUNITY TO MEET
HOT AND MATURE LADIES AND DADDIES THAT ARE POLITICIANS,EXECUTIVE,HONORABLES, OIL BARON
MONEY BUSINESS MEN & WOMEN,DIRECTOR, C.E.O OF COMPANIES.
ANY WHERE U ARE GHANA,NIGERIA COTONOU,SOUTH AFRICA MALAYSIA,ZIMBABWE IVORY COAST.
IF YOU WE START DATING SUGAR MUMMY AND DADDY IN MORE PRODUCTIVE AND REWARDING MANNER
THIS SOMETHING THAT YOU NEED TO DO.
CONTACT THE P.R.O OF PEOPLE MATE DATING AGENCY (MR SAMUEL.08106997786).. FACE BOOK SAMSON ABOLAJI)
FULLY REGISTER UNDER C.A.C (CORPORATE AFFAIRS COMMISSION)
MOST IMPORTANCE OF ALL, YOU NEED TO REMEMBER THAT ALL OF THE EFFORT THAT YOU
HAVE PLACED WILL BE GREATLY REWARDED ONCE YOU ARE ABLE TO FIND YOUR IDEAL OF SUGAR MUMMY DATING
GRAPE THE OPPORTUNITY TO MEET OUR LADIES ANY IN LAGOS,ABUJA,calabar,ANAMBRA,DELTA,JOS,PORTHARCOURT,
KONGI,RIVER,IBADAN,EDO,BENIN,KADUNA,ABIA, STATE.
IF YOU WANT MR SAMUEL TO CALL YOU HIMSELF THEN DROP UR INFORMATION.
YOUR NAME..............
YOUR AGE...............
YOUR OCCUPATION.........
YOUR LOCATION...........
TEXT IT TO THIS NUMBER 08106997786 THEN MR SAMson WE CALL YOU HIMSELF.


MR SAM(08106997786)
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NOMi (user currently living in PAKISTAN) posted for gay readers to the PAKISTAN country page on 06/03/2014 +5
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hi my name is nomi.m form pakistan.rawalpindi city..here in pakistan biosexual is growing very fastily.underground reality is that people like it..i tell u specially in kpk there people shows they are so religious but reality is opposite..pathan people they like it..i have many pathan friend they says they did in life many time.
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SINAN (user currently living in IRAQ) posted for gay readers to the IRAQ country page on 04/03/2014 tagged with sexual orientation +5
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انا من العر اق ارجو المساعده
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(user currently living in CANADA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual straight readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 04/03/2014 tagged with laws and leadership
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I thought you might enjoy this story that appeared on allvoices.com.

http://www.allvoices.com/contributed-news/16649995-grab-your-gay-gunny-sack-and-lets-go-homo-hunting

Don't worry, it is satire in favour of gay rights.
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Erin Dary (user currently living in UNITED STATES) posted for gay lesbian bisexual intersex readers to the UNITED STATES country page on 02/03/2014 tagged with intersex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion
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When I graduated high school, I didn't know what I was. Hi, my name is Erin (Legally it's Eric). This website helped me to discover who and what I am.
When I graduated, I thought I was gay, then straight, then a girl, then a boy, then something else entirely. A different website helped me discover that I am something called Intersex.
If you don't know what that is, let me explain. It is both, which is cool, because my favorite kind of science is quantum physics. If you don't know what that is, look it up. If you do, then you understand.
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Chris Gay (user currently living in UGANDA) posted for gay readers to the UGANDA country page on 02/03/2014 tagged with human rights
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To whom it may concern! am Chris Gay, am GAY, please i need your protection on my right if am to continue staying in this country otherwise i have no where else to go, people are up against me....they want to kill me, what can i do, don't i have to use my civil rights? I can't move any how i mostly move at night keep indoors most of time, i be what i decide to be, it's not my choice to be a GAY but that's in born me and it's what i am! I need your help on a serious note and schedule an appointment with you please send me your address and contact details so as i contact you privately. or any one who can help me Contact me gaychris1@outlook.com
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we are facing alot of challeges here in Uganda now that the anti homosextuality was passed the people in the communities we leave are using it to harrass us more recently the day Museveni enacted the bill into law one of our own was killed through mob justice in a kampala surburb we appeal to the international community of the LGBT to give a helping and support the gay community in Uganda
many people would think leaving the country is a good option but i beleive in freedom in my our land
reach me by telephone +256754892440 or by email ssentongoherbert@gmail.com
together we will win
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Tem (user currently living in SOUTH AFRICA) posted for gay readers to the UGANDA country page on 28/02/2014
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am a Ugandan but has been working in South Africa for 4year,am a gay and my contract is finished i have to go back to Uganda in the next 2 months,please i need help because my life will be in danger if i go back to Uganda.please i need any help you can give me.hope to here from you soon.my email is temaugu@gmail.com
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fortune (user currently living in UGANDA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers to the UGANDA country page on 28/02/2014 tagged with human rights, laws and leadership , religion +0
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I just pity my fellow believers who claim to be holly that Uganda should stone the gay to death as life imprisonment is not enough like kimani maureen and so on i think God loves us the way we are!!, We are all children of God, Love one another is what the Godly prophets told us, Its only God to pass judgement, We all face the same Hell in case we sin; a chicken thief, a bank robber, a rapist, a gay, why always stick to personal issues instead of things which will help us develop? how comes a person claiming to be a believer in God/Allah preaches the gospel of punishment instead of guidance and counseling a believer supporting death which kind of Holly books do they have is this what our creator tells us to say or do to the so called sinners? tell me one person in this world who says or can stand out and say ME AM HOLLY ? sin is through thought, deeds etc , i think we should love to be together in spirit , etc otherwise the UGANDA'S GAY LAW HAS CLEARLY HELPED US TO SEE THE REAL HEARTS OF PEOPLE WHO CLAIM TO BE BELIEVERS AND HAVE BEEN TEACHING US THE GOSPEL OF LOVING ONE ANOTHER & FORGIVENESS; that none has come out to say these are our brothers and sisters who need love and counseling i thank the parliament of Uganda for bringing this testing yardstick to our self proclaimed believers otherwise LETS NOT MAKE GAY PEOPLE PRAY THAT;- OUR LORD GOD SAVIOR KINDLY SAVE US FROM YOUR BELIEVERS!! enjoy the discussions many have attacked OBAMA, DESMOND TUTU and so on but all these are the same people they have been praising for doing good but why this time on minority rights of gay people in Uganda when they came out now they are being opposed even some wishing them death? THE GAY WE ARE ACCUSING WE SHALL EITHER FIND THEM IN HEAVEN OR HELL TOGETHER . because ai think a persons going to HEAVEN is not determined by his long term deeds but his last deeds on earth at the last time of life on earth like have you accepted jesus or Allah as your God? i mean have you repented your sins so what if a gay person repents his or her sins on the last minute you a believer fails coz you died of an abrupt car accident who then to go to HELL OR HEAVEN the gay you treated badly on earth or you the believer / hypocrite ? lets preach a gospel of reconcilliation with one another not hatred because after the gay then prostitutes, then corrupt ones, then liars, then robbers and thieves and at last they will come for you..so where will the world be looking like 10years head? be blessed all.
edrine is an independent human rights activists , lawyer by professional, corporate business consultant, researcher on legal and social issues, christian by choice, find me on facebook; fortune edrine, tweeter;fortune edrine;email;kedrine@yahoo.com, watsup;+256705815279 i always give people chance to be friends enemies to me accuse , support me coz we all live either by choice or chance so its your choice or chance to be like so towards me .
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adams (user currently living in SOUTH AFRICA) posted for gay lesbian readers to the SOUTH AFRICA country page on 27/02/2014 tagged with illegality of male to male relationships
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RE: APPEAL FOR ASSISTANCE.

Good day
we are a couple from Uganda among several of us arriving in south Africa, we arrived on the 16th of January 2014, making ten couples in total that managed to make it for refugee here in south Africa waiting for our government bill against homosexuality which at the moment has been declared against our rights and freedom of expression, the bill was signed into law on Monday confirming anti-homosexuality resulting into permanent displacement for the minority of us with no one ready to advocate for us.
we are currently surviving on the help given to us by one of our fellow Ugandan who has been in south Africa before us for: shelter, food and of cause hiding for safety among other assistances he is able to afford. staying underground as humans has deprived us of any freedom of expression and progress in life more or less a terrorist without a gun. The situation we are going through right now is alarming and hard to persevere with several of our clan mates still arriving increasing the lord of responsibility to our patron without support.
we intend to stand up for our rights by taking up a peaceful demonstration at the Ugandan embassy in Pretoria ( south Africa) holding card boards expressing our rights and recognition rather than rejection for a common right of expression like the rest of the world. "date for the demonstration is yet to be established"
we humbly seek your assistance in all aspects to help us survive in a foreign country as we patiently wait for the coming of rescue from this oppression, we really look forward to your response and support as everyone has perverted us.
This message is confidential as it may result into un identified disappearance or life imprisonment of any of us.
we will be very grateful for your positive concern and assistance. for more information please don't hastate to contact us on

Kindly
Mukasa adams
+27789558134
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jayas (user currently living in SRI LANKA) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers to the SRI LANKA country page 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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Peter Dankmeijer (user currently living in NETHERLANDS) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers to the NETHERLANDS country page on 24/02/2014 tagged with teaching lgbt rights in schools, gender identity, human rights, sexual orientation
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GALE has have prepared a number of courses on sexual diversity education, which can (for European countries) be funded under Erasmus+. Each course is 4 days and one or two days come-back meeting. The courses should be done in another country than your own to get it funded. If your application is accepted by the EU, your own contribution is about â‚Ź 180 for both travels and courses, while the EU will pay all travel, accommodation, food and course fees.

The courses are:

Peer education on sexual diversity - How to discuss lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender topics with students and young adults
Schools without homophobia - Be an effective change maker in your school and more effective in mobilizing the team in combating homophobia
Dealing with strong opinions - Learn how to deal with strong opinioned students, who deny the holocaust, think homosexuals should be killed, Muslims should be sent 'home', women should be treated like property and Jews should be gassed
Strategic advocacy to mainstream attention for homophobia in schools -Assess the implementation of the right to education in your region or country and strategize a high impact strategy to improve it
Assess homophobia and transphobia in schools - This training is a workshop, which completely supports you to prepare a research strategy in your country.

Read more at http://www.lgbt-education.info/en/training/open_courses.
The deadline for application is 17 March, 12:00, and the application needs to be done by the legal representative of your organization. The application form is quite long, but GALE has made draft texts to make the application easier for you. If you want GALE support, please send GALE a note of interest: http://www.lgbt-education.info/en/training/note_of_interest. We will then contact you to offer support. In the week of 10-15 March GALE offers personal support via skype or phone. If you needs this, please make an appointment so they don't get overwhelmed with requests and can plan their work.
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(user currently living in UNITED KINGDOM) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual intersex straight readers to the UNITED KINGDOM country page on 22/02/2014
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Read my facebook page Martin Passow
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Googoosh (user currently living in GERMANY) posted for gay lesbian transgender bisexual readers to the IRAN, ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF country page on 22/02/2014 tagged with human rights +5
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Hello ... I'm from Iran .. As we know homosexuality is illegal in Iran and is punished very hard.For the first time in Iran's history the famous Iranian singer "Googoosh"singing in her new album about free love for all and in the background you will see a film about two lesbiens wich loves eachother...It is the first person ever in the iranien history who dares in a video fighting against homophobia.You can watch her new song "Behesht"named paradis on youtube.I really hope that she will get a price for her power and her mission for iranien homosexuals.
Greetings from Berlin
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Ade (user currently living in UNITED KINGDOM) posted for gay transgender bisexual intersex readers to the UNITED KINGDOM country page on 21/02/2014 tagged with human rights
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Qualified as a Master of Arts in Human Rights today ... thanks to fellow members of the LGBTI community who have been supportive to me personally, and also to those who champion our universal human rights. Some Progress ...
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Frank Silver (user currently living in ANDORRA) posted for gay readers to the PAKISTAN country page in response to this story on 20/02/2014
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HELLO i have read testimonies about this great spell caster called Dr. Ekpiku how he helped people to bring their lover back. so i decide to give him a try, i am here today to give my own testimony on how this great man brought my ex back within 48 hours for just to contact him. this girl has broke up with me over 6 weeks but she came back just within 48 hours that Dr Ekpiku said he will make her come back to me. just contact this man and he will bring your ex back here is his email address mail. Ekpikuspelltemple@live.com
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