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Ben29
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On the streets of Utrecht, the fourth largest city in the Netherlands, there will be traffic lights with symbols of same-sex couples. The decision was adopted on the eve of the City Council of Utrecht.Traffic lights with symbols of same-sex couples walking hand in hand, men and women are called, according to members of the city council, to show that Utrecht supports various forms of sexuality. "These characters - an occasion to reflect, while you're standing at the crossroads of ..." - said one of the members of the council, quoted him as saying GSN, and added that at the same time they give an idea of Utrecht as a "diverse city."
What do you think about it? :unsure: :dry:

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Ben29
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Wow, it's really fantastic, and very interesting fact for me, I always take information, related to us, and to other sexual minorities with pleasant smile on my face, because we must be heard by the world. We are equal, and must have equal rights in the whole world. It is our life purpose.

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I may just say that I wish my country did the same! Unfortunately we are not heard and understood here and such couples as us are considered to be frieks and weird in this world, though we are simply different. However I think this news is really great. To be in one row with socially accepted relations, to be equal – it's more than great. Here in my country it is dangerous even to say that you are gay. There are too many people judging us for being different. Once, when one friend of mine said about his orientation in open he was beaten hard. Unfortunately people are not ready to accept us.

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Ben29
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Wow,that's some great news for all of us,and I truly wish more of the same type will occure in the nearest future.People have got to understand finally,that we are not different,we're the same,we have the same blood,skin,hair and everything else.So why should the question of me being gay make a difference?!First and foremost,I am a human being and it's enough said with these words.We have to help them understand us,to not be afraid of us-hey,we're not sick or something,we're people!Recognize it,understand it and let's all be a one big happy family!

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Ben29
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That is rather interesting information and I guess we all may just wish my country did the same! Although we are not really considered frieks here and weird in this world, though we are simply different. I think this news is really great. To be in one row with socially accepted relations, to be equal – it's more than great. I know a lot of countries where gays can not be free and say about their orientation truly. I have several fellows abroad and according to them, their situation is really bad. They are not understood and heard. They are hunted by those who hates us. And it is horrible, I guess.

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Ben29
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Hahah! Great news, guys))) it is funny on the one hand and really mportant on the other. I may just say that I wish my country did the same! Although it is difficult to believe but we are not completely heard here and such couples as us are sometimes considered to be frieks though we are simply different. I know a lot of occasions when people were beaten hard just because they are of different orientation. That is why we must be close to each other and help each other in rather difficult situation. It is, so to say, our obligation!)

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I know that on January 1,

I know that on January 1, 1998, the law on registered partnerships came into force in the Netherlands, which was intended to empower same-sex couples to legally formalize their relationship. However, also heterosexual couples could enter into such unions, so between 1998 and 2001 of all registered partnerships, one-third belong to heterosexual couples. From a legal point of view, registered partnerships enshrined the same rights and obligations for partners as marriages, in particular, in matters of inheritance.Same-sex marriages in the Netherlands were legalized on April 1, 2001, thus the Netherlands became the first country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage, giving same-sex couples absolutely equal rights with traditional couples in all aspects of family life, including the possibility of adopting children. Prior to that, in the country since 1998, the law on registered partnerships

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