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    • zionist forever
    • 11.01.12 | 15:11 (IST)

    I have no problem with gays when I first came to Israel I used to share an apartment at the absorbtion center with somebody gay but I don't want Israel to gain a reputation of being a great place to come visit if your gay, it like some Asian countries which are famous for sex tourism. Tel Aviv needs to be promoting itself a city as a family friendly families place to visit, advertise the beaches & cafes not the seedy side of things. Gay pride parades are not family friendly things and I actually think are counter productive for the gay community anyway, they want us to all believe gays are no different from anybody else and their sexuality should not be an issue but then they hold these big parades for the sole purpose of promoting homosexuality and all this proud to be gay nonsense. Are gay people ordinary individuals in which case they shouldn't be holding these parades or are they a sub culture which would mean they are different?

    from the article: Tel Aviv declared world's best gay travel destination
    First published 11:18 11.01.12 | Last updated 11:18 11.01.12
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