LGBT people will meet on January 21

A national meeting on homosexuality and sex changes will take place in Phnom Penh on 21 January.

Press release of the noble office UN commissioner for human rights in Cambodia , dated January 20 , wrote that this meeting for the first time and held in Cambodia .

Key speakers , health and human rights , including the representative associations will discuss the legal aspects , political and social environment in Cambodia related to this topic .

Press release stated that this meeting will re – examine some specific related topics related to human love same -sex and same -sex : check on school health issues , family , the media and community issues etc. .

Some officials and community organizations argued that the concept of discrimination and gay people still have with people many understand that homosexuality is a strange thing different traditional ways Khmer .

Discrimination , such as using the term ‘ SIM 2 means that people of the same gender as well as the different gender also for men or boys called ‘ gay ‘ group of the same gender and associations to protect the rights of gay was considered that these words are serious discrimination .
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Obama’s UN speech: We must stand up for gay rights everywhere

obamaAddressing a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly today, US president Barack Obama urged countries to stand up for gay rights.

The president, who was discussing the Palestine statehood bid, said: “No country should deny people their rights because of who they love, which is why we must stand up for the rights of gays and lesbians everywhere.”

He added: “I know that there is no straight line to progress, no single path to success. We come from different cultures, and carry with us different histories.

“But let us never forget that even as we gather here as heads of different governments, we represent citizens who share the same basic aspirations?? To live with dignity and freedom; to get an education and pursue opportunity; to love our families and our God.

“To live in the kind of peace that makes life worth living.”

Yesterday, the US repealed the 18-year-old ban on gay and lesbian troops serving openly.

Mr Obama was arguing against a proposed resolution calling for recognition of Palestine as a sovereign state, which the US will veto.

Gay vultures split up by zookeepers

A pair of gay vultures at a zoo in Germany will be split up so one can be mated with a female.

The male couple, both 14, have been building a nest together for the past few months. Dirk Wewers, curator at the Allwetter Zoo in Muenster, said the zoo needed baby vultures and that one of the gay vultures would be mated with a female at a Czech zoo. He said: They werent happy as a gay couple anyway

the other vultures picked on them and stole their nest materials.


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