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Turkey is an Islamic and Terrorist Country againts its' LGBTI Citizens


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it's too difficult to be a transgender in an islamic or muslim country if you go to shopping or want to go to somewhere else.you can be kicked by people.there is no law,there is no trangender rights in this country.and they don't want to see you.that video, two trans in antalya go to shopping and people call them. you queers you can't go into this streets and people hit them

in this video

two trans go to police station and turkish police hit them.

and they then go to another police station to bitch...

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in first video.

she says.

when people hit us.

turkish police didn't do anything.

i have just had a surgical operation from my nose.

they hit my nose....

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Oh that is too bad. I thought Turkey was more accepting. I'm so glad you found us and we wish you the best in your work for LGBTI Rights in Turkey. Welcome to TGGuide! :)

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thanks too much.

Turkey wants to join to Europian Union.

so it looks like there are some rights for LGBTI People in Turkey.

so people may see that.

and it's looking like that.

but in reality there are no laws for LBTI People in Turkey

as you see in that Videos.

we have got too many problems.

in a few weeks ago

a Transvestite has been killed in a hospital by his elder brother.

if you're a LGBTI inTurkey you can be killed as honour by your family.

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Oh, I see what you mean. I thought you were saying there were no laws AGAINST LGBTI people, but you're saying there are no laws protecting them or granting equality.

I can't imagine how anyone could kill his brother just for being gay or a sexual minority.

We have so far to go in this world but thanks to brave people like you (in Turkey) and many others throughout the world, we are definitely making progress!

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so sorry for my poor english.

"she was sick and goes to hospital and his brother comes to hospital and kills her in her bed".

i had cried for a while for her.

her family denied her and didn't take her body from hospital.

and she was buried in a paupers' cemetery

Turkish "Our Goverment" Goverment doesn't protect us.

there are no protecting laws for lgbti people in turkey.

if you're a LGBTI and killed by your family.

when you're family goes to judge.

after 2 years they will be free.

because it's a honour killing..

and you may read that.

banned words in turkey,lesbian,gay,bisexual,transgender

law was cancelled after europian union asked to Turkish Goverment.

why you block lesbian,gay,bisexual,and trangender keywords ?

Turksih goverment didn't answer,because turkish goverment has got no answer!

and when Turkey's bigest Major LGBTI Community Turk Gay Club was blocked by Turkish Goverment

for one day.

LGBTI Activists and ─░nternational Organisations has achived to Open Turk Gay Club again.

Turk Gay Club can be reached in Turkey now.

it's free anymore.

My So Called Gay Life has pablished this

Ethiopia LGBT Community has published this.

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Turkey and many other countries are still so far behind in their struggles for equality and LGBT rights and freedoms. Hopefully other European countries can help once Turkey is willing to listen. The UK is moving ahead very rapidly. An open gay club is a good start. Reminds me of Stonewalls in the USA. That situation may have to happen in order to get world attention.

Bonnie

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Turkey has been guilty of murdering many transgender people.

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Dear: GayTR you and all the other people in Turkey have my deeps sympathy. :( I was shocked to see the level of violence.

I just wish I understood what the girls were saying??? :unsure:

Please tell me if there's anything I can do here on my end of the world...........I guess prayer will have to do for now......and hope things change for the better soon!

Peace be with you GayTR.

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