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BRAZIL

Relations d’homme à homme: Légal
Relations d’homme à homme punies: Pas de loi
Relations de femme à femme: Légal
Âge de consentement: Égalité entre hétérosexuels et homosexuels
Mariage et substituts du mariage: Un substitut au mariage égal ou presque égal et reconnu au niveau national

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Êtes-vous une personne LGBTI employé dans les armées en/au BRAZIL ?

La majorité des internautes ont dit Non, j’ai été congédié en raison de mon identité sexuelle

Oui (13%) Oui, mais pas ouvertement (13%) Non, j’ai été congédié en raison de mon identité sexuelle (73%) NonReligion (0 %)

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Brandon (vivant actuellement en/au BERMUDA) publié par lecteurs on 12/10/2013
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I thought the man I was<a href="http://bpafco.com"> sneeig</a> when I first moved to Melbourne would be understanding of how my dad is gay since he had a gay family member too. He knew from the beginning about my dad, although we did not talk about it much. It is so normal for me.Then one night the topic came up. He said to me, you know it's wrong being gay. I thought he was joking so I said in a playful tone, no it's not. He said again, it is. At that point I decided to tell him that we would talk about it more later. I was not sure what I wanted to say and I wish now I had asked him about why he thinks that. He identified as Catholic but he was far from a traditional practicing one.At a later time out of the blue he asked me if my dad was okay with being gay. I said that he was. Then he said, so he wouldn't mind if I called him up and said he was a f****t ? I was stunned. I think he knew what he had just said was offensive and out of place and he stumbled over it and changed the topic, trailing off. I did not have time to react, but I should have.My brother has not told his girlfriend about dad yet. I do not know why except that she has expressed her dislike for gay people. It is kind of ironic to watch her talk with my dad and hug him hello and goodbye and not even know why he is not married or does not have a girlfriend. My brother does want to tell her. They are both Christian and for my brother it seems a more complicated topic. That surprises me about my brother.My other brother and sister in law have no problem with it.I would tell anyone that my dad is gay. I hope each day that my dad will heal more and more from having to feel ashamed of his sexuality so that someday he can be in a loving relationship with another man. +11Was this answer helpful?
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Brandon (vivant actuellement en/au BERMUDA) publié par lecteurs on 12/10/2013
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I thought the man I was<a href="http://bpafco.com"> sneeig</a> when I first moved to Melbourne would be understanding of how my dad is gay since he had a gay family member too. He knew from the beginning about my dad, although we did not talk about it much. It is so normal for me.Then one night the topic came up. He said to me, you know it's wrong being gay. I thought he was joking so I said in a playful tone, no it's not. He said again, it is. At that point I decided to tell him that we would talk about it more later. I was not sure what I wanted to say and I wish now I had asked him about why he thinks that. He identified as Catholic but he was far from a traditional practicing one.At a later time out of the blue he asked me if my dad was okay with being gay. I said that he was. Then he said, so he wouldn't mind if I called him up and said he was a f****t ? I was stunned. I think he knew what he had just said was offensive and out of place and he stumbled over it and changed the topic, trailing off. I did not have time to react, but I should have.My brother has not told his girlfriend about dad yet. I do not know why except that she has expressed her dislike for gay people. It is kind of ironic to watch her talk with my dad and hug him hello and goodbye and not even know why he is not married or does not have a girlfriend. My brother does want to tell her. They are both Christian and for my brother it seems a more complicated topic. That surprises me about my brother.My other brother and sister in law have no problem with it.I would tell anyone that my dad is gay. I hope each day that my dad will heal more and more from having to feel ashamed of his sexuality so that someday he can be in a loving relationship with another man. +11Was this answer helpful?
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