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UNITED STATES

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: Les lois pour le mariage dans ce pays dépendent des régions
Est-il possible de changer de genre sur les documents officiels ?: Seulement dans certaines régions
Les gays et les lesbiennes peuvent servir dans les forces armées: Oui

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Vous sentez-vous en sécurité quand vous vous réunissez avec d’autres personnes LGBTI dans des espaces publics en/au UNITED STATES ?

La majorité des internautes ont dit Oui

Non, il n’y a pas de protection policière (11%) Non, la police risque de nous harceler (0 %) Non, les propriétaires des établissements ne nous permettent pas de nous réunir (0 %) Oui (88%)

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Voila ce que disent les gens sur la vie pour les LGBTI en/au UNITED STATES...
Giulio (vivant actuellement en/au UZBEKISTAN) publié par lecteurs en réponse à cette histoire on 10/10/2013
Lien
Tweeted Times delivery mehtod is a mixed blessing. Because of it's ease in collating news, every man and his dog is doing it.Also Google refuses to recognise any of these sites so the only way it's going to get any traction is if the publisher already has a large following. They're not going to get anything from search engines.This is why I went with something I know which works (WordPress) for . I set up WP on my own server because WP comes into its own when you start adding plugins to increase its functionality.The free version of WP (such as used here) is a great way to learn about the platform, but because you can't add plugins to the platform, you are severely limited in what you can do with it.This is why oi recommend that anyone who is serious about starting their own blog, register a domain name (less than US$10 a year) with a .com or .net extension. Never bother with .com.au or .net.au as they're more expensive.Then, you can rent some decent server space for for beginners from around US$7 a month, and away you go. The sever should always be in the US as they are much better in terms of reliability, functionality, customer service, and definitely price. Another benefit of having your own server space is you can set up multiple email addresses on its inbuilt mail-server, as well as increased statistical tools.Since this is a temporary site, there's no real need to use anything above the free platform. However if you want to make it an ongoing concern, you're going to have to invest some dosh. No two ways about it.
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Giulio (vivant actuellement en/au UZBEKISTAN) publié par lecteurs en réponse à cette histoire on 10/10/2013
Lien
Tweeted Times delivery mehtod is a mixed blessing. Because of it's ease in collating news, every man and his dog is doing it.Also Google refuses to recognise any of these sites so the only way it's going to get any traction is if the publisher already has a large following. They're not going to get anything from search engines.This is why I went with something I know which works (WordPress) for . I set up WP on my own server because WP comes into its own when you start adding plugins to increase its functionality.The free version of WP (such as used here) is a great way to learn about the platform, but because you can't add plugins to the platform, you are severely limited in what you can do with it.This is why oi recommend that anyone who is serious about starting their own blog, register a domain name (less than US$10 a year) with a .com or .net extension. Never bother with .com.au or .net.au as they're more expensive.Then, you can rent some decent server space for for beginners from around US$7 a month, and away you go. The sever should always be in the US as they are much better in terms of reliability, functionality, customer service, and definitely price. Another benefit of having your own server space is you can set up multiple email addresses on its inbuilt mail-server, as well as increased statistical tools.Since this is a temporary site, there's no real need to use anything above the free platform. However if you want to make it an ongoing concern, you're going to have to invest some dosh. No two ways about it.
Voir toute la discussion
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