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Default Hi there :) Somebody help me with one question
I've been wrote article about freedom people for example like gay or lesbian ...
and i've got some question if somebody can help me it will be great ..

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Well go ahead and post your questions here a group of us will be able to help you out.
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Cool Thanks a lot
i will back soon and bring my questions
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Ok first of all
When are you walking together with your partner for example along the street
people near you how they react ?
In Australia it's ok ?
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Depends on who and where you are. Two butch guys holding hands through the valley aren't going to get hastled much. Two twinks holding hands past, say, the Kedron Brooke Hotel on a Friday afternoon (topless waiter day, free drinks for tradies, packed full of womanising, drunken, homophobic straight tradie boys) are going to die.
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Agree with Teddy. Generally its not a problem. Holding hands in certain areas at certain times could be a problem.
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Anyway that situation better than situation with freedom love in russia. I mean many people must keep their feelings in secret . You are lucky guys
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Anyway that situation better than situation with freedom love in russia. I mean many people must keep their feelings in secret . You are lucky guys

My exBF was from rural russia, he was beaten and attacked many times. PTSD
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Ok first of all
When are you walking together with your partner for example along the street
people near you how they react ?
In Australia it's ok ?

As Atomic Teddy said, depends where you are. Usually in the major cities, you can walk around holding hands, showing affection, etc. Sometimes you'll have idiots say some nasty stuff to you but I doubt you'd be beaten up over it. Having said that, I've only mostly seen lesbians holding hands in public, rarely two guys..or maybe I don't get out much.

Your English is fine by the way, no need for us to be angry
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I saw two guys holding hands down at the Victory yesterday =w= I feel disappointed that it feels so good to see it.

The main reason I think there isn't as much PDE among gay MEN is because of the general attraction to the idea of being perceived as straight or straight acting. I've had a few guys who were afraid of being bashed but generally most the guys who won't hold my hand won't do it because they don't want people thinking they're gay.
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Thanks a lot for all yours answers
What about your colleagues at work ? They deliver some inconvenience for you time to time , maybe some joke or not ?
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I have one rather homophobic workmate but he is typical white trash from NSW. Likes his women young, silent and either in the kitchen or on his tool. Anyone who doesn't speak english should die painfully. That kind of guy, so we don't take him seriously.
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Anyone who doesn't speak english should die painfully
I hope that's not about me
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Anyone who doesn't speak english should die painfully
I hope that's not about me

No, that's what his colleague thinks.

Work is rather varied, depends where you work, but you'll find most people are still accepting and anyone who does disapprove can't harm you in any way (physically). People at work do make jokes though, but rarely would it be meant in a 'bad way'.
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Nice holidays for good guys
How about special places for meetings like a bar , pub, maybe cinema or it's not so important ???
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