Some countries don’t consider LGBT people as their real nationals


IPSOS Mori polled eighteen countries across the globe to find out whether they consider LGBT+ people their co-citizens and the true representatives of their nations. France tops the list, more than 80% of respondents consider LGBT people to be true Frenchmen. The second one is Canada (77%), and it does not come as a surprise, as the Canadian PM Justin Trudeau is a prominent LGBT hero, promoting the idea that LGBT are true Canadians. Chile is also in top 3, and this is really unexpected. A disappointing 68 percent of Saudi Arabians believe that LGBT+ people are true nationals, In Malaysia the numbers are more terrifying — 86% of Malaysians think that queer people don’t deserve to be called their co-citizens.


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