SMALL DECISIONS HAVE BIG CONSEQUENCES

“It's 'small’ decisions like these that sustain the large scale-ignorance and phobia towards millions of gay men and women worldwide," said Oleg Jelezniakov, 39, who received asylum in the US in 2007. "It's that ‘little’ act of erasing that invalidates the very existence of many, only because of their sexual orientation."

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