No. There are openly gay people. Turkey is more tolerant than most Muslim nations.
It is not a crime but it is somewhat dangerous. Homosexuality and sex change is possible and legal but majority of the public is Muslim and according to Islam; homosexuality is a very big sin. Openly gay people in Turkey are usually kicked out by their parents. Some of them are even murdered. Because of that; gay people usually end up on the street as prostitutes.
Being gay is allowed in every state. Homosexuality is not a crime.
Because in religions such as Christianity, it is thought of as evil and unatural.
As of 2013, gay people lack many of the rights that straight people have. They cannot marry. They cannot do joint adoptions. They can be fired from their jobs for being gay, and they can be beaten up without it being a "hate crime."
gay bullying is not a crime. It's just socially unacceptable, and also violates the rules of many school districts.
There are incidents of gay and lesbian people occasionally being beaten all over the country, not just Wisconsin. However, it is considered a hate crime, and generally not well tolerated. Beating someone is a crime. Beating someone just because of their race, religion, or sexuality is in additional crime.
No. The Christian Bible says "Judge not, lest ye be judged." Furthermore, being a gay person is not a crime (at least in the first world) so there is nothing to judge.
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Being blamed for an act of crime
Yes, in some countries. I know it is not a crime in Britain, Canada or Sweden for starters.
You don't get rights for being gay. In fact, depending on where you live, you lose rights for being gay.
No. Also, being gay has nothing to do with parents being gay. Also, only 3% of the population is gay.
Being gay and out means that it is not a secret that you are gay
Yes in some Muslim countries have the death penalty for being gay
You cannot be a magistrate simply by being gay.
It isn't. There is nothing unhealthy about being gay.
No. Being gay is a sexual orientation.
No. In the 19th Century, it was a crime to be gay. He would have risked imprisonment or worse.
You can't stop being gay if you are gay. Sexual orientation is natural and unchangeable.
To be gay and proud of it. Whereby the importance of being gay is special. Its general pride, but the pride stems from being gay
No, mainly because there is no such thing as ex-gay. Also, being gay is not a choice, but being a racist is.
This is calling being out. Some gay people in the world are out, but most are not.
You can't "be gay" to someone. Being gay is a sexual orientation, and nothing more.
Being gay cannot cause earthquakes.
No. No one can die of being gay.
being gay has exactly the same importance as being straight.