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POLAND

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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Svetlana (vivant actuellement en/au COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDS) publié par lecteurs on 12/10/2013
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I am a 66 year old mother of four. My 4th child, a son now aged 20, came out to me when he was 16.I am not going to say it was easy to acpcet/understand especially as his school friends had already known for some 12 months( and hence the very small country town we live in.A town of adoption 9 years ago not our hometown).At first I did find it hard going down town I felt I had horns growing out of my head knowing that the supermarket where he had an after-school job they all knew.It was 12 months before I felt comfortable enough to confide in a friend and tell her.I have lovingly supported him. I encouraged him to make contact with Freedom2B and he even went and watched the mardigras travelling 8 hours down by car. I was very proud of my son.I think I had to tell someone to make it normal' or something.It doesn't worry me now he is well acpceted in his workplace and has a strong network of friends in his new regional place of work.I no longer feel the need to tell anyone as I believe sexuality is private.His 46 year old brother is the only family member that has had problems acpceting it' he is homophobic.I used to attend a Salvation Army church four years ago- but at Bible Study one night the pastor slammed the table with the old It is an abomination. I no longer attend that church!!My advice to any parent who are my vintage ( born in the 40/50 s) who has a son/daughter who comes out as gay- is to make contact with organisations who can provide support to you.There were so many misconceptions we grew up with gosh I hadn't even heard the word homosexual or poofter' till I was in my early 20 s. Poofters' were being bashed in Sydney from memory you could be jailed for being one????What a wonderfully liberating era we live in now that so many gays are in prominant positions in the community.I am pleased my son was born into this era much better than when I was born there are a lot of broken families out there. We have a long way to go let's keep breaking down those barriers!! -1Was this answer helpful? http://wmttwzcq.com [url=http://jytzejo.com]jytzejo[/url] [link=http://dsrzmyoswf.com]dsrzmyoswf[/link]
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Svetlana (vivant actuellement en/au COCOS (KEELING) ISLANDS) publié par lecteurs on 12/10/2013
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I am a 66 year old mother of four. My 4th child, a son now aged 20, came out to me when he was 16.I am not going to say it was easy to acpcet/understand especially as his school friends had already known for some 12 months( and hence the very small country town we live in.A town of adoption 9 years ago not our hometown).At first I did find it hard going down town I felt I had horns growing out of my head knowing that the supermarket where he had an after-school job they all knew.It was 12 months before I felt comfortable enough to confide in a friend and tell her.I have lovingly supported him. I encouraged him to make contact with Freedom2B and he even went and watched the mardigras travelling 8 hours down by car. I was very proud of my son.I think I had to tell someone to make it normal' or something.It doesn't worry me now he is well acpceted in his workplace and has a strong network of friends in his new regional place of work.I no longer feel the need to tell anyone as I believe sexuality is private.His 46 year old brother is the only family member that has had problems acpceting it' he is homophobic.I used to attend a Salvation Army church four years ago- but at Bible Study one night the pastor slammed the table with the old It is an abomination. I no longer attend that church!!My advice to any parent who are my vintage ( born in the 40/50 s) who has a son/daughter who comes out as gay- is to make contact with organisations who can provide support to you.There were so many misconceptions we grew up with gosh I hadn't even heard the word homosexual or poofter' till I was in my early 20 s. Poofters' were being bashed in Sydney from memory you could be jailed for being one????What a wonderfully liberating era we live in now that so many gays are in prominant positions in the community.I am pleased my son was born into this era much better than when I was born there are a lot of broken families out there. We have a long way to go let's keep breaking down those barriers!! -1Was this answer helpful? http://wmttwzcq.com [url=http://jytzejo.com]jytzejo[/url] [link=http://dsrzmyoswf.com]dsrzmyoswf[/link]
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