Living a quiet life after a disappointing relationship. When my mother found out, she told me that she had pills (like vitamins) for the family, and she put together a list of psychologists for me to see. For example, on online gay sites everybody that’s over 35 lists himself as married to hide better.At what point did you realize you were gay, and did it take you a while to accept it? My father is atheist, my sister the same, and I’m the same. My family found out some months ago, but they don’t like it. I’ve read that Romanian men can be so closeted that even if you spot them making out with another man in a club they’ll deny they’re gay or bi. Nobody wants to share a picture because they are scared of being made public.And I’d even argue that it beats Duden hands down, even though this is the kind of thing that the Germans are supposed to be good at.For one thing, entering a search query takes you directly and quickly to the results page (nul points to Duden there).Thankfully, “C,” a young gay man living in western Romania has stepped forward.Please tell our readers a little about yourself including your name, age, and anything else you think would be helpful. The only people that know about me are my parents, who are embarrassed and don’t accept the situation.
While there have been positive changes—mostly because of the fall of Communism and the necessary changes to become part of the European Union—things are still not where they need to be for the LGBT people living there.
But all the other steps in the production process take place in Cisnadie.
Production is managed by an obscure subsidiary of LVMH, Somarest, and is shrouded in secrecy and high security.
The Guardian reported on 17 June that luxury Italian shoes by Louis Vuitton are largely made in Cisnadie, a small town in Transylvania.
The shoes retail as “made in Italy” under EU law because the soles are added in Italy, where the shoes are “finished”.