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Study: More than half of LGBT Italians believe ageing is harder for them than for heterosexuals

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  1. What they need is a positive mental attitude. Nobody likes a whinging old queen!

  2. That There Other David 29 Nov 2012, 4:40pm

    Italy really needs to catch up with the rest of Western Europe here. There is no hate crime legislation, and transgender people in particularly are badly discriminated against under the law.

    It’s a country badly in need of growing up and acting like it’s run by adults.

    1. Robert in S. Kensington 29 Nov 2012, 5:09pm

      Just like Greece, both very backward on social issues but then religion is at the heart of it. The Greek Orthodox cult is even more extreme than its big sister in Rome.

  3. Italy has a long way to go thanks to their evil lodger in Rome.

  4. At least Italy is not Russia. It’s close but still not Russia.

  5. …after all, who’s going tocook them dinner and wash their clothes after mother dies. (cue massive mark downs ;-) )

    1. I actually gave you a tick of approval, you’re not saying anything that isn’t true…
      Unfortunately The culture of Italy doesn’t teach men to look after themselves…

  6. JonpƓl 30 Nov 2012, 9:17am

    Imo, ageing is difficult for everyone in one way or another.

    It also has its perks.

  7. Oh come on…that is so close to 50/50 that it is not a story.

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