Ukrainian soldier: ‘I couldn’t say I was gay’ – BBC News

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Ukrainian soldier: ‘I couldn’t say I was gay’ – BBC News
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Ukrainian soldier: ‘I couldn’t say I was gay’ – BBC News
I served as medic and grenade launcher operator in the Ukrainian volunteer battalion, but all those guys were constantly asking me to whom I’m going out. They all asked me to show some photos of the lady who visited me to me, or real name supposed to be hard for me to accept myself as gay when we returned to the people who LGBT people, people of different nationalities are people off Society on high Responded positively Oswald the old saying that I was a good soldier. I was like a normal Soldier. They know me as a normal combatant. I was fighting for you, SBA off being gay does not change anything
The LGBT community in Ukraine is often under attack but one volunteer soldier has gone public about his sexuality.
Viktor Pylypenko, 31, decided to come out after hearing how the LGBT community was being talked about.
The BBC’s Zhanna Bezpiatchuk went to meet him.

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