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GEORGIA

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: Pas de loi

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Isslam (vivant actuellement en/au SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE) publié par lecteurs on 11/10/2013
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I can but add this. I wrote on this very subject 16-odd years ago, based on my exsurope whilst in a Palliative Care Unit in Nth Sydney. Patient was HIV Pos. Into his last 10 weeks of life. Some were, at that period, totally ignorant of how this condition was spread. A few refused to attend him. They were taught what nursing was all about by our fab NUM and other nurses.His partner came every day after work to visit. Being Asian, he was also given an added burden by some nurses.Our MO conducted three highly educational presentations, that included role-play. OMG did this get everything out in the open. Hard for some, but it did greatly increase clinical data and thus decreased fright of touching anyone HIV Pos.Yes, he died in bed with everyone singing and many tears were shed. His lover had made close bonds with us and we got invited to the funeral. That was so rewarding and of great comfort, as too many die under our care and we never gain our closure. Nurses are human, not an IT device or servants.NSWNM and ANF can be proud to be associated with the need for inclusion. I had proposed via ACON and some MPs years ago that specific aged care of GLBT persons be set up, as many such persons are of wealth; highly educated, motivated and with knowledge of the need for good health, will live to enjoy a long life. Aged persons, as a demographic portion of Australia's population, does include all. No one can avoid this natural process, but we must ensure GLBT are not forced back into the closets of past years. Some have considered suicide because of their known fear of ill treatment being aged, frail and gay. Some have endured much abuse in their youth and middle years of life. So enough is enough.This post is good, well constructed and supports the current need to get into positive action on this as nurses. Remember, some of both genders have never been seen naked by the opposite gender and don't want to be cared for by non gender-specific nurses; this also applies to many faith-based persons that are also gender sensitive by traditional norms.All must be upheld and respected. http://devupf.com [url=http://wwjokk.com]wwjokk[/url] [link=http://khrrreimdvk.com]khrrreimdvk[/link]
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Isslam (vivant actuellement en/au SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE) publié par lecteurs on 11/10/2013
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I can but add this. I wrote on this very subject 16-odd years ago, based on my exsurope whilst in a Palliative Care Unit in Nth Sydney. Patient was HIV Pos. Into his last 10 weeks of life. Some were, at that period, totally ignorant of how this condition was spread. A few refused to attend him. They were taught what nursing was all about by our fab NUM and other nurses.His partner came every day after work to visit. Being Asian, he was also given an added burden by some nurses.Our MO conducted three highly educational presentations, that included role-play. OMG did this get everything out in the open. Hard for some, but it did greatly increase clinical data and thus decreased fright of touching anyone HIV Pos.Yes, he died in bed with everyone singing and many tears were shed. His lover had made close bonds with us and we got invited to the funeral. That was so rewarding and of great comfort, as too many die under our care and we never gain our closure. Nurses are human, not an IT device or servants.NSWNM and ANF can be proud to be associated with the need for inclusion. I had proposed via ACON and some MPs years ago that specific aged care of GLBT persons be set up, as many such persons are of wealth; highly educated, motivated and with knowledge of the need for good health, will live to enjoy a long life. Aged persons, as a demographic portion of Australia's population, does include all. No one can avoid this natural process, but we must ensure GLBT are not forced back into the closets of past years. Some have considered suicide because of their known fear of ill treatment being aged, frail and gay. Some have endured much abuse in their youth and middle years of life. So enough is enough.This post is good, well constructed and supports the current need to get into positive action on this as nurses. Remember, some of both genders have never been seen naked by the opposite gender and don't want to be cared for by non gender-specific nurses; this also applies to many faith-based persons that are also gender sensitive by traditional norms.All must be upheld and respected. http://devupf.com [url=http://wwjokk.com]wwjokk[/url] [link=http://khrrreimdvk.com]khrrreimdvk[/link]
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