Looking at Estonia from the outside, it seems that the small country has an appetite for one major issue at a time. Society has an understandably limited attention span. Issues come and go – be it yet another unfortunately worded statement from a government politician, opposition to yet another authoritarian/populist turn in the local Tallinn city government, or a societal fault line. Nothing has, however, heated up the discussion like the recent public debate on gay rights.Public discourse on the issue could easily be divided into a few subcategories: the human rights propone...
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