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Monday, 06 June 2011 16:13

More Acceptance For LGBTQ People

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An international study shows people in the world accept more LGBTQ over the two last decades for a part of the world but unfortunately, it is worst in some other countries in East Europe.

31 countries were studied by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago with the help of Williams Institute and the results show "overwhelmingly, societies have become more accepting of homosexual behavior".


In Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Switzerland and Belgium-Flanders people are really gay-friendly, the acceptance grew up.


Only Russia, Czech Republic, Cyprus and Latvia are nations to show a reduction.

According to associated press, United-States showed a bimodal distribution because many people have strong opinions about gay people.


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