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Pew Global Attitudes Project 2002: "Which one of these comes closer to your opinion, number 1 or number 2?: #1 – Homosexuality is a way of life that should be accepted by society, #2 – Homosexuality is a way of life that should not be accepted by society" [1]
Country #1 #2
North America
Canada 69% 26%
United States 51% 42%
Latin America
Argentina 66% 26%
Bolivia 55% 40%
Brazil 54% 42%
Mexico 54% 39%
Venezuela 46% 51%
Peru 45% 49%
Guatemala 44% 50%
Honduras 41% 55%
West Europe
France 77% 21%
Great Britain 74% 22%
Italy 72% 20%
East Europe
Czech Republic 83% 16%
Slovak Republic 68% 30%
Poland 40% 48%
Bulgaria 37% 36%
Russia 22% 60%
Ukraine 17% 77%
South Africa 33% 63%
Angola (Luanda) 30% 62%
Ivory Coast 15% 84%
Ghana 4% 93%
Nigeria 4% 95%
Uganda 4% 95%
Mali 3% 96%
Senegal 2% 98%
Kenya 1% 99%
Philippines 64% 33%
Japan 54% 34%
South Korea 25% 69%
Vietnam 13% 84%
Bangladesh 7% 87%
India 7% 63%
Indonesia 5% 93%
Middle East and conflict area
Turkey 22% 66%
Lebanon 21% 76%
Jordan 12% 88%
Uzbekistan 10% 66%
Pakistan 9% 56%

User:Ntennis From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia usertalk watchlist sandbox user links desktop more links Any wikipedians who are interested in sign languages, Deaf culture and deafness, please have a look at Wikipedia:WikiProject Deaf. The project is new and needs some committed editors to breathe life into it! :) I live in Melbourne Australia. Some of my ongoing wikipedia contributions can be found on: These dugongs don't believe in intellectual property.

Sign language and deafness: Sign languages and manual systems: Auslan, Australian Aboriginal sign languages, Walpiri Sign Language, Yucatec Maya Sign Language, Old French Sign Language, French Sign Language, German Sign Language, Home sign, Manually Coded English, Makaton, International Sign, Nicaraguan Sign Language, Al-Sayyid Bedouin Sign Language, Martha's Vineyard Sign Language, Old Kent Sign Language, Contact Sign, Providence Island Sign Language, Urubú Sign Language, Recognition of sign languages, Manually Coded Language. Mexican Sign Language, Finnish Sign Language, Polish Sign Language, Brazilian Sign Language (Libras), List of sign languages

People: Charles-Michel de l'Epée, Pierre Desloges, Laura Bridgman, Julia Brace, Alice Betteridge, Ferdinand Berthier Other: Tactile signing, Deafblindness, Closed captioning (though gave up temporarily after an intractable dispute), NAATI, Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children, Victorian College for the Deaf, World Federation of the Deaf, Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (Australia), Total Communication, Cued Speech, Cochlear implant I also created user language boxes for sign language. Add them to your user page! In addition, I'm slowly working on a template to standardise pages about sign languages (to complement the template page for spoken languages).

I hereby duly bestow upon you an exceptional newcomer award by the authority of the Royal Dugong Order for Perpetual Free Information. This is in recognition of your hard work, great care and diligence. Great thanks for the important task you have undertaken with alacrity. Qaz Pages that I've contributed to but need lot more work (I'll get around to them eventually!) - sign language, deaf, manual alphabet Linguistics: Register (linguistics), Diatype, Adam Kendon, Discourse community, John Swales, Paralanguage, Kinesics, Ken Hale, Australian English, language info in Australia, Critical period Alternative media: Community television. For a list of all wikipedia pages i could find on alt media, see user:ntennis/alt media. Pls add any not on the list! Gender/sexuality: Queer, Subincision, Gayle Rubin, Erik Schinegger, Socialism and LGBT rights, List of transgender-rights organizations, Tarabai Shinde, Carnal knowledge, Magnus Hirschfeld, John Addington Symonds, Uranian, Homophile, Free love, Muxe Other Politics: Activism (desperately needs work), Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist, Sergey Nechayev, Oodgeroo Noonuccal, Luigi Bertoni, Mahatma Jyotirao Phule Spirituality/religion: swoon hypothesis, vision hypothesis, Heinrich Paulus, Buddhist info on ordination of women Greek Mythology: Karpos, Kalamos, Chloris, Mopsus, Ampyx Other: Many other things that catch my interest, too numerous to mention, but including Fon people, Macassan contact with Australia, Sweet flag, Malai, Australian info on hard water. I'm also a part-time WikiGnome and WikiFairy, and like to help link pages together in useful ways, populating categories such as Category:Afro-American religion and all those other typically virgoan organisational things. If you share any of these interests pls feel free to contact me just to say hi :)

Subpages: User:Ntennis/Desktop, User:Ntennis/Sign language, User:Ntennis/Sign language template, User:Ntennis/alt media, User:Ntennis/Deaf WikiProject proposal.

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