Oktawiusz Chrzanowski, 36, who played a key role in helping draft the Warsaw declaration, and his partner, Hubert Sobecki, said one of the most insidious parts of the government campaign was an effort to paint homosexuality as a danger to Gay in Poland: What s it like?.
He says "I am neither a protest-march speaker, nor a gay-rights activists, nor an old sage — but merely a writer, who happens to be gay. But the backlash to the declaration has left him shaken. What are the biggest misconceptions about Poland? Retrieved 14 July
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What was it like to be a gay man in Medieval Europe? In Octoberthe Supreme Administrative Court ruled that a lesbian couple may register their 4-year-old boy as their child. There are regions in Poland, people think that, to be a gay is equale to be a pervert.
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The French leader praised a 'turning point' with Warsaw after he accused the Polish government of 'lying to the people' in Off-Topic Chatter is a forum for discussions gone afield from the topic of travel. At the same time, though, Poles remain steadfastly opposed to adoption by gay couples, with only 18 percent support.
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