Saw this documentary last night about gay life in Israel. Loved it. I had no idea that Israel was so exceedingly liberal in its treatment of gays and lesbians. Full legal state recognition of same-sex marriage, with all financial and social benefits. The government even funds and sponsors the Gay Pride parade and party.
Lots of VERY hunky guys.
I would move to Tel Aviv in a heartbeat after having watched the documentary.
Israel was one of the first countries to tolerate gay marriages.
Full health care for all its citizens too while America with no full health care for all its citizens has to hand over pots of US taxpayers' money (in Euros, please) to buy Israel weapons.
Stop shilling, you ignorant Zionist pornographic pig. We don't want to see your propaganda piece, Michael. Go back to sucking Republican cock already, and calling for the extermination of Palestians. Israel wouldn't survive without their US welfare check. Meanwhile, America is sinking into the ground and Israel has universal health care, not to mention their Bozo is bullying our president, trying to decide our elections. Israel can bugger off already.
Stop the shilling, OP.
[quote]I would move to Tel Aviv in a heartbeat after having watched the documentary.
Then why don't you?
"Then why don't you?"
I will seriously consider it, thank you very much.
And I'm not shilling. I watched a documentary and found it interesting and worthwhile and am recommending it to others. (I did likewise for the Chely Wright documentary and also for The Perks of Being A Wallflower.)
So fuck off.
Oops sorry about the mistake in the link.
Think the OP was talking about this documentary
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