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#176 - Username: Tentripesti I have strong skills in English…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/09/2014 on Register for gamedefine 0
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#215 - I was seeing it from a legal standpoint in that, in their laws… 08/10/2014 on Oh my 0
#212 - You asked for a country that decriminalized homosexuality and …  [+] (2 new replies) 08/10/2014 on Oh my 0
User avatar #214 - kanadetenshi (08/10/2014) [-]
Most of the countries you mentioned still have either still criminalized homosexuality or they still do it despite not being in the law. It really was to make a point at how his claim about how none of these countries force islam and are totally open-minded and tolerant.
User avatar #215 - xJCLx (08/10/2014) [-]
I was seeing it from a legal standpoint in that, in their laws, homosexuality is not made illegal. The actions of the national government and the people, however, make homosexuality basically criminalized without being actually criminalized, so I see your point.

But on that note yes, Islamic countries have a very long streak of not being very fair with their laws, especially in regards to non-Islamic people, homosexuals, women and so-on-and-so-forth.

I'm not exactly what one could call "a fan" of religious nations or strict, inhumane laws oppressing certain groups of people, but with how deeply rooted these ideals are into their nations, history and people, it will unfortunately be a very long time before things change.
#203 - Iraq, Jordan, Bahrain, West Bank Palestinian territory and for…  [+] (4 new replies) 08/10/2014 on Oh my +2
User avatar #208 - kanadetenshi (08/10/2014) [-]
www.gaystarnews.com/article/why-iraq-one-world%E2%80%99s-most-dangerous-places-be-gay210912
www.towleroad.com/2014/02/jordanian-police-arrest-10-gays-and-lesbians-for-holding-gathering.html
Love how you try justifying the legality of women and not for men as if that makes the country any tolerant or progressive.

I also love how all the countries you mentioned fail to protect the rights of LGBT people and still face heavy persecution by the goverment and their people. I guess those are tolerant countries for islamic standards lol.
User avatar #212 - xJCLx (08/10/2014) [-]
You asked for a country that decriminalized homosexuality and that's what I gave you. Whether they protect the rights of LGBT people after decriminalizing homosexuality wasn't included within the scope of your request. I'm well aware that none of those countries are "progressive" in their treatment of homosexuals, but that isn't what you asked.
User avatar #214 - kanadetenshi (08/10/2014) [-]
Most of the countries you mentioned still have either still criminalized homosexuality or they still do it despite not being in the law. It really was to make a point at how his claim about how none of these countries force islam and are totally open-minded and tolerant.
User avatar #215 - xJCLx (08/10/2014) [-]
I was seeing it from a legal standpoint in that, in their laws, homosexuality is not made illegal. The actions of the national government and the people, however, make homosexuality basically criminalized without being actually criminalized, so I see your point.

But on that note yes, Islamic countries have a very long streak of not being very fair with their laws, especially in regards to non-Islamic people, homosexuals, women and so-on-and-so-forth.

I'm not exactly what one could call "a fan" of religious nations or strict, inhumane laws oppressing certain groups of people, but with how deeply rooted these ideals are into their nations, history and people, it will unfortunately be a very long time before things change.
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