The need to change the perception of LGBTQ+ people in South Korea

The perception of LGBTQ+ people in South Korea is very poor. There is a need to improve the perception of LGBTQ+ people in South Korea.

The perception of LGBTQ+ people in South Korea is very poor. Many people are hostile to coming out. Especially among Protestants and conservatives, more than half of the people say that LGBTQ+ people should not be accepted by society. There is a need to improve the perception of LGBTQ+ people in South Korea. In South Korea, there is a need for education about LGBT people in schools. If people learn about and are exposed to LGBT people from a young age, hostile perceptions will disappear. It is also important to create a comfortable environment for LGBT people to come out from a young age.

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To Ministry of Human Rights, Republic of Korea:

Although South Korea does not have negative laws such as legal penalties for LGBT people, people's perceptions of LGBT people are not favorable. To solve this problem, I think it is necessary to implement educational programs about LGBT people in schools. Learning about and being exposed to LGBT people from a young age will improve awareness.

Thank You.


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