Ukraine was invaded by the Russian army on February 24th. Day by day, even though the end of the war is not in sight, the feeling of powerlessness is growing. These LGBT soldiers firmly believe that Ukraine will eventually win. Romanov hopes to have a good chat with his family after the victory. Buy an SUV to travel around Ukraine, and finally settle down along the coast. Ivan looks forward to starting a family after the war. "Soulmates are hard to find in wartime, but I haven't given up hope."
Another LGBT soldier, Volodymyr, told the "Central News job email list Agency" that he hopes to join the military, which will make the military more open to LGBT, and the society will become more and more tolerant of LGBT.Ukraine does not allow same-sex marriages and civil partnerships. However, a petition calling for the legalization of same-sex marriage has gained more than 28,000 support in recent days, surpassing the signature threshold. President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has a time limit to respond.
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