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Do you have a reason for undoing the changes I made in the Texas article regarding GLBT individuals? A lot of the information in there was horribly inaccurate to begin with which is why I deleted it in the first place. Diablo234 (talk) 02:43, 14 October 2014 (EDT)
- What do you think was inaccurate? Use sources or info that validates your argument. Otherwise I will put it back up and have it protected as being vandalized.
- The entire section you added/edited was horribly inaccurate and to claim that the entire state is somehow homophobic is idiotic at best when there are several gay elected officials currently serving in various capacities within the local government. Anyways here is my proof since you asked.
- Houston elects first openly gay mayor
- Gay Hispanic woman elected Dallas sheriff
- TIME: The Lavender Heart of Texas
- People come to Wikitravel to gain access to accurate information, what changes you made were just borderline trolling to say the least and defeats the whole purpose of this site (and I suspect you probably have not lived in or even visited Texas enough to give an accurate portrayal on that topic). Anyways I gave my reasons already so if you make any changes to that article again with out discussing it with me or other people further I will report you to the mods.Diablo234 (talk) 02:43, 9 September 2015 (EDT)
- I am aware that they are office. Again, just because they were elected does not mean everyone voted for them and are for LGBT rights. Show me polls on LGBT support in Texas being more positive than negative and I will not revert. Also, the Southern Baptist religion is very strict and many of the faith see it as a sin. That's just common knowledge. Again, it seems you're the troll especially try to attack me. I've been there quite a few times so I do have experience. I reported you as a spammer and troll.
- You just proved that you have no idea what you are talking about (and I am speaking as someone who used to live in Texas and still has family there). Southern Baptists are not even the majority religion in Texas (that would be Roman Catholicism). Second of all, all of the major cities from Houston and Dallas to Austin are so ethnically and religiously diverse that religion really isn't even an issue and there are plenty of lapsed baptists, Catholics, agnostics, athiests, etc in Texas. And by mentioning that many gay and lesbian people were able to be elected into office that actually proved my point, because if most (key word "most" not all since homophobic/bigoted people exist everywhere even in places like San Francisco) people were really bigoted to those individuals they would not be elected into office in the first place. By the way here is a link stating that more Texans support same sex marriage than oppose it just to further reiterate my point. Poll shows more Texans support same-sex marriage than oppose it
- Anyways I find it hilarious that you are accusing me of being a troll since I have contributed more to Wikitravel (I gave some much needed updates to the Houston article) then you ever have judging from your past editing history, not to mention the fact that I am not the one hiding behind an anonymous IP address. By the way I already reported you to IBobi who is one of the admins here.
- Diablo234 (talk) 02:43, 9 September 2015 (EDT)
Hello, can you please check this section out when you get a chance? I think it might help solve conflicting edits. Looking forward to your feedback! IBcaldera (talk) 18:51, 9 September 2015 (EDT)
- A million thanks for the rewrite! The section reads much better now! I've invited Diablo234 to contribute any points that he or she feels would add to your rewrite.
- Please accept my sincere gratitude for all of the updates you've made to the guide so far. If there's anything you need, please feel free to reach out on my page at any time! IBcaldera (talk) 13:06, 11 September 2015 (EDT)
LGBT rights in Italy
Hello there! I see we're seeing things in a different way. I don't agree with your edit, I don't see why your version is more accurate. LGBT matters in Italy have changed deeply in the last couple of years, it's true, why removing it? Same thing for all the other parts you removed (or maybe you just don't like?). I know there's still a lot to do in Italy for LGBT rights but things are definitely changing and there's no need to keep your sexuality private". GiulioC (talk) 04:12, 4 May 2017 (EDT)
- Once again, please discuss this on talk page because you edit the "LGBT rights in Italy" part. Thank you! --Binbin (talk) 04:00, 16 May 2017 (EDT)
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