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The parents are rarely informed of the damages this could later cause to the child's gender identity.
Bulgaria, like most countries in Central and Eastern Europe, tends to be socially conservative when it comes to such issues as homosexuality.
There are gay establishments in Plovdiv, Varna and Blagoevgrad.
Outside of the big cities, the subject is a taboo and rarely welcomed or admitted to be relevant or real.
A survey from 2012 shows the number of people who wouldn't like having a homosexual colleague has dropped to 38%.
The survey also shows that Bulgarians are more tolerant toward lesbians rather than gay men. A Pew Research Center published in May 2017 suggests that 18% of Bulgarians are in favor of same-sex marriage, while 79% oppose it.
Experts say that the process was a masquerade for the public so that "people will understand how decadent the Western culture is".