Germany offers SEPARATE shelters to GAY MIGRANTS

Germany offers SEPARATE shelters to GAY MIGRANTS

The migrants are given 24 hour a day security, language lessons and free medical care including, if they ask for it, hormone therapy for transsexuals.
One shelter, in a leafy suburb of Belrin, carefully selects bodyguards who can prove they do not have a problem with gay people.
However some of the gay migrants have already been evicted from the shelter for aggression towards other residents and using drugs.
Bashar Taha, an ethnic Kurd from northern Iraq, who was a pop star, said: "I wouldn't want to be in a shelter with straight refugees. It's too dangerous. Many people from the... read more

16 October 2016 in World News, Views: 37

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