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I think about asian countries and where gay people get stoned and it makes me think that there is still a LONG way to go.

It is upsetting
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yes, it has.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I think about asian countries and where gay people get stoned and it makes me think that there is still a LONG way to go.

It is upsetting
It has. There are some people that are okay with it and others who arent.
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Lots of progress has been made, but there is still lots more to do.
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Why not
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Always acceptable in my world :cube: And I aim to hopefully allow others to accept it as well if they are apart of my world
Some of my best friends are gay and I couldn't wish for my world without them :pride:
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With every generation, yes.
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it is really sad but ignore those countries and don't let their horrific treatment threaten you. you will always be accepted in the west. always. :pride:
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In the UK it has, definitely
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Yes, we've made rapid progress in many countries.

Unfortunately the less civilised areas of the world still have some way to go.
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We’re getting better. A few decades ago no one could imagine a same sex couple kissing on tv or same sex families with children.

There’s still a long way to go, take those narrow-minded protests in Birmingham for example. But, eventually, those loud hateful voices will be drowned out by kind, supportive ones.
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Thank you all.
I hope you are right, I hope one say people can live freely.
I'm so happy that things have changed in the UK yet I am aware stuff like the protests in Birmingham are upsetting and still ongoing.
I fear to think how big the protests will get when the relationships and sex education becomes compulsory in 2020. I fear conservative people from other religious groups will also begin to get involved. Like other Muslims and Jews and Christian's.
I hope not.
I feel these protests are creating a negative ambience and also making minority groups look bad! When that is not the case as a Muslim I wholeheartedly accept the LGBT community at the end of the day they are humans who deserve respect like everyone else!
And of children can be taught about different religions surely they can be taught about different relationships.
Imagine how parents would feel of students were taken out of lessons because some parents did not want their children to be taught about Jews/Muslims/Christans!
so heartbreaking.
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Look at Taiwan

it's the living testimony for the effectiveness of the Pride moment
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Gay sex was legalised in the UK in 1967. After that, It took almost 40 years to legalise gay marriage. Everything takes time.
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