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Our Uber driver starts laughing too. Then I see them. A series of panels above the stairway to a basement bar; photos of topless blonde men with glistening six packs.

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Inthe country sank to 39 th place. Legislators even sought to ensure that same-sex couples living in a de facto partnership would not be considered family. Procedures for legal gender change also remained unregulated during this period.

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When Lithuania was part of the Soviet Union, homosexuality did not officially exist. Despite great progress during the last years, the LGBT movement still faces regular discrimination. Together with partners, the three countries fight discrimination in Europe, and through the Grants, they are supporting 69 projects that directly target LGBT activities. At the same time, in a country where nearly 80 percent of the people consider themselves catholic, conservative Catholic traditions still influence the way people live their life.

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On August 10,year-old Vladimir Simonko had just got on a plane in Frankfurt, Germany to return home to Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, where his boyfriend Eduardas Platovas, also 55, was waiting for him. The plane had WiFi, so Simonko — who was returning from a business trip to Canada — connected to the network. As soon as Simonko was online, his partner called him via Skype.

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I just got back from my summer trip to southern Italyso now of course I'm already thinking about next summer's trip. For a number of years I've been thinking that it would be fun to visit Helsinki and then the Baltic countries probably just the capital cities, but possibly hitting some other areas if we end up renting a car. Obviously I have no concerns about traveling as a gay couple in Finlandbut I'm a little concerned about reactions we might get in the Baltic countries.

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Below are the words of our Lithuanian Gay Dictionary that we will expand in new editions. If you know any more, please, contact us. But first some information about the language and where it is spoken.

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Both male and female same-sex sexual activity are legal in Lithuania, but neither civil same-sex partnership nor same-sex marriage are available, meaning that there is no legal recognition of same sex couples, so LGBT people do not enjoy all of the rights that non-LGBT people have, and same sex couples in the country do not enjoy the same legal recognition that is given to opposite sex couples. Although homosexuality was decriminalised inthe historic legacy has only resulted in rights for LGBT people that are limited at best. Protection against discrimination was legislated for as part of the criteria for European Union accession and in the first gay pride parade took place in Vilnius.

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Lithuania's top court ruled on Friday that the Baltic EU state must grant residence permits to foreign spouses of gay citizens even though same-sex unions are not recognised by law. In a landmark ruling for gay rights in this deeply Catholic country, the constitutional court condemned the routine denial of residency permits for the spouses of gay citizens who married abroad. Vladimir Simonko, head of the Lithuanian Gay League, hailed it as "a progressive ruling that sends an important message to our LGBT community and politicians.

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