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He didn't say harsh words, but emoticons tells everything... This is typical for most people here, they are not open homophobes, but they don't want to see gays in public and this is also a homophobia.
 

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Nothing new. I can't understand how Domachovska could fall in love with this moron <img src="https://www.tennisforum.com/images/smilies/help.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Help" class="inlineimg" /> She was so nice girl <img src="https://www.tennisforum.com/images/smilies/help.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Help" class="inlineimg" /> btw. it's typical behaviour for eastern european and Radwanska sisters are homophobic too.
Can we not please... that's a massive over generalisation. Eastern Euroean values are hugely complex and not homogenous even within countries let alone through the entire geographic region. One should definitely not be saying things like that without evidence. In the same way it would be wrong to say that shooting up a high school is typical American behaviour.

From my personal experience (I have lived in Estonia and my mum is Hungarian) homophobia is no more widespread than in Western Europe.
I don't know details about other countries, but in Poland it's widespread. I also heard in Lithuania and Belarus it's similar. This is a map for whole Europe. It's clear that in post-soviet countries homophobia is more frequent.

https://www.rainbow-europe.org/
 

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Nothing new. I can't understand how Domachovska could fall in love with this moron :help: She was so nice girl :help: btw. it's typical behaviour for eastern european and Radwanska sisters are homophobic too.
How do you know this? Because it wouldn't surprise me if the most successful of the "Polish sisterhood" had gay leanings.

Can we not please... that's a massive over generalisation. Eastern Euroean values are hugely complex and not homogenous even within countries let alone through the entire geographic region. One should definitely not be saying things like that without evidence. In the same way it would be wrong to say that shooting up a high school is typical American behaviour.

From my personal experience (I have lived in Estonia and my mum is Hungarian) homophobia is no more widespread than in Western Europe.
It's been documented many times and was discussed elsewhere on here recently I think, here is something a quick google showed https://www.reddit.com/r/europe/comments/7tbq8f/social_attitudes_towards_homosexuality_across_the/

It probably isn't that surprising that a Pole like Janowicz came out with this when they have been ruled by a right wing populist government heavily influenced by Catholic traditionalism for quite a while.
 

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Nothing new. I can't understand how Domachovska could fall in love with this moron <img src="https://www.tennisforum.com/images/smilies/help.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Help" class="inlineimg" /> She was so nice girl <img src="https://www.tennisforum.com/images/smilies/help.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Help" class="inlineimg" /> btw. it's typical behaviour for eastern european and Radwanska sisters are homophobic too.
How do you know this? Because it wouldn't surprise me if the most successful of the "Polish sisterhood" had gay leanings.

Can we not please... that's a massive over generalisation. Eastern Euroean values are hugely complex and not homogenous even within countries let alone through the entire geographic region. One should definitely not be saying things like that without evidence. In the same way it would be wrong to say that shooting up a high school is typical American behaviour.

From my personal experience (I have lived in Estonia and my mum is Hungarian) homophobia is no more widespread than in Western Europe.
It's been documented many times and was discussed elsewhere on here recently I think, here is something a quick google showed https://www.reddit.com/r/europe/comments/7tbq8f/social_attitudes_towards_homosexuality_across_the/

It probably isn't that surprising that a Pole like Janowicz came out with this when they have been ruled by a right wing populist government heavily influenced by Catholic traditionalism for quite a while.
It's known that Radwańska's family supported today's ruling political party a few years ago. They are (were) also religious catholics, but nobody knows their opinion about lgbt.
And females are less homophobic here in Poland than males, especially in bigger cities.
 

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25 Posts and none of these poor souls cared to explain what the context is? <img src="https://i.imgur.com/IOaQa5o.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)" class="inlineimg" />
Yesterday, there was a first semifinal of Eurovision - music contest and there was a kiss cam when also gay couples were kissing. It was too much for Janowicz who posted it on social media with vomit emoticons.
 

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JJ needs some gay porn therapy.
 

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You are the only one always pressed about my posts ...:wavey:
90% of the replies here are “pressed” with your comments in this thread actually. (And in many others)
I’m glad everyone is jumping in to show how outdated and regressive and offensive your views are.


Also an ATP player showing his homophobia, what else is new? :eek:
And people wonder why no one dares to come out.
 

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I thought the first part of his post "everything is great" was an attempt to make clear he is not homophobic?!
 

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Perfect thread for that Tim to jump in for really nothing. Don´t see any Homophobia in his post only his personal opinion :shrug:
I m not writing here often so my opinion doesn’t matter but I cannot help myself; you are wrong and,you seem to be one crazy lady.
And I’m ashamed being a supporter of this guy.

Greetings from rainy Rome.
 

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Meanwhile I bet he's an avid supporter of the pedophile cult that runs his country.
 

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He is watching one of the gayest events in Europe and he is homophobic? That makes no sense.

Are we sure he was not referring to something else?

I finally saw the bottom half of the tweet..well...good luck to him...
 

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90% of the replies here are “pressed” with your comments in this thread actually. (And in many others)
I’m glad everyone is jumping in to show how outdated and regressive and offensive your views are.


Also an ATP player showing his homophobia, what else is new? :eek:
And people wonder why no one dares to come out.
Most people wouldn't see his statement if it weren't for the likes of the OP who happily spread his message around... Just great.
 

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He is watching one of the gayest events in Europe and he is homophobic? That makes no sense.

Are we sure he was not referring to something else?
Actually, the perception of the ESC as a "gay event" is not the same in western and eastern Europe. In the west, most of the young people stopped watching the ESC more than 20 years ago, because it was so outdated and cringeworthy. Stuck in the 1980's. Too much show, glitter and fake emotions. The gay community stepped in and became the biggest fanbase.

But in eastern Europe, whose countries have participated in the ESC only since the mid-90's, the event is still being taken more seriously. Many more people are watching it, despite the influence of gay culture on the event.
 

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Jerzy is allowed to have an opinion. You don't have to like it. You are also allowed to have an opinion. Nobody has to like it.
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