The Internet is not necessarily known as a haven of kindness and respect unless you make it one. Such as Arekoder Patrysia or Michał or Marcel or Mateusz or Wiktor: Predominantly young Poles and Poles who tell banal things in #JestemLGBT (#IbBinLGBT). Some remain anonymous, others sign full name, and almost all add pictures of themselves.
Arek: "Ichbin LGTB and do not want to change anyone, I want to live happily in my country."
Patrysia: "I'm bisexual, I'm just as human as you are, I love the same way again, I never hurt a human being, I'm Catholic, but I would make a relationship with a woman, I think God loves me, like even if I love girl or boy. "
Michał: "I work in the catering industry and make sure that your tummies are happy. I am LGBT."
Marcel: "Ichbin LGBT and footballer, who will score goals for your team for the next five years, will you tell me in the face that I am your enemy? I have the courage to live in Poland, because this is my home, Ichbin no ideology, I just want to love and not have to be scared every day. "
Mateusz: "Hey, I'm LGBT and I'm planning your cities so you and your families can live better."
Mona: "Hey, I'm also LGBT, I'm the girl who always lent you pens and helped you in math, a month before graduation, it was me who served you in the store a week ago, and you got me in Bus Sudoku see you can meet me in the bar, on the street and in business! "
Wiktor: "Ichbin LGBT and a normal, gray, decaying engineer in the lab, chemist, and I'm fine with it."
#JestemLGBT invented a man who calls himself Twitter @tmrz_. "This should not be a provocation or a trolling , but an answer to the widespread hatred against me and my acquaintances in social media, who are openly committed to their orientation," he writes. So he called to oppose the faces and biographies; to show that LGBT people are neighbors, colleagues, physicians, construction workers, waiters, students.