Question by Vroun roofing : C Y! in other countries more tolerant …??! (S. D.) .. against transsexuals?We call the category “lesbian, gay and bisexual”In France, “homosexuals, bisexual, trans-genre et” (homosexual, bisexual and transgender)In Argentina, “Homosexualidad, Bisexualidad Transexualidad y” ([…] and transsexuality)In Spain, “Homosexualidad, bisexualidad transexualismo y” (exactly like this …)In Italy, “Lesbians, gay e transgender bisessuali e” (Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender)and yet the name can go on forever .. But what I really desire to know is: why is this so? Are we Germans still uptight about transgender populate to accept them as they are? I’ve been looking for a country where under this category is NOTHING approximately transsexuality. Sure, I have not looked at all. But those whose language I understand, are apparently tolerant of all .. or why is that?Sure, I could now count on the category in any case, transsexuals, I’m just wondering, as I’ve seen … Best answer:
Answer by paradoxical (in memory of mini / Karin)
No, these inhibitions are likely to be German, we also now largely beyond. But tolerance has nothing to do likewise, it is simply unnecessary to list every single group. We’re already big and powerful independent thinking, that is, if a transsexual who has a question on the subject, he will have no problems finding the correct category.