Bulgarians Don’t Like Gays

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Eighty percent of Bulgarians have a negative or extremely negative attitude toward gays, according to a Skala poll published Dec. 20.

Seventy percent would prevent their child from attending a school with an openly gay teacher, half don't want to work with a known homosexual and only 17 percent said they feel they could communicate freely with a gay person.

About half also said they could not accept it if one of their children were gay.

The study found that negative attitudes are strongest toward cross-dressers and weakest toward lesbians.

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