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It is not just the police who discriminate against gay people in the name of morality, but also the politicians who do the same. For instance, a couple of months ago, a man who had been arrested for having gay sex was later given bail by the police. He was promptly arrested by the police again because he was arrested for gay sex. This is just one example. There are many more. The authorities are very meet gay guys online reluctant to tell gays about their status or to allow gays to marry. There is no "don't ask, don't tell", but people are afraid that if they mention their homosexuality they will be called "faggots" or even arrested. And then there are the homosexual men themselves. We know that the police have little regard for the welfare of homosexuals.