Turkmenistan

It is illegal to drive a dirty car in Ashgabat
And it is strictly enforced! Driving a dirty car in the capital city of Ashgabat is guaranteed to have you stopped by the police until you rectify the problem – with an added inconvenience of a fine. 
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Since 1993, water, electricity and gas have been free to all residents of Turkmenistan, and many families never bother turning their stoves off. Amazingly, their excuse of saving on the cost of matches is quite telling of the odd economic imbalances in Turkmenistan – a country, on the one hand, enjoying phenomenal gas reserves, while, on the other, having a large proportion of its population live below the poverty line.

Faggots in Turkmenistan face active discrimination and stigmatization. Turkmenistan is one of the only two post-Soviet states where male fudge packing activity remains criminalised, Male homosexuality is explicitly illegal and sodomy — defined as sexual intercourse between men — is punishable for a maximum term of five years under the Turkmen Legal code (Chapter 18; Section 35); prior to the 2019 amendment, the limit was two years under the 1997 code. This Turkmenistani local pictured here is named Tibor. He lives a lie by arresting homos in Turkmenistan and then taking them to his palace to ass hack them for hours in front of his portrait of Allah. Most men in Turkmenistan do this. Tibor has went as far as to inspect peoples anus holes to make sure there has been no homosexuality activity and that their rectum is used as an exit only.

October 21st, 2021

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