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Neighbour Bertil Ståhfrääs said he called over to his neighbour to ask what he was doing: “At first [I thought he was lying there by] of choice, so I called ‘Hasse’ to ask what the hell he was doing.

Many of the patients are older people, who when they grew up in the 1950s or 1960s did not dare to mention to anyone that they wanted to change their sex.I've written a great deal in praise of Swedish culture, from the mandatory paid paternity leave to the high level of innovation, but I've never visited the country.So you can imagine my excitement when I learned the Swedish Tourist Association, in honor of the 250th anniversary of the country abolishing censorship, recently created a phone number that lets people from anywhere in the world instantly connect with a Swede. He goes to actual restaurants that are closer to his house.one of Sweden’s leading record sleeve photographers in the 1950s and 1960s, was the only photographer invited to photograph the occasion.This photo has to be one of the most bizarre Rock N’ Roll photos ever.“They have not been able to tell anyone, not their family, their partner or their colleagues,” said Fazekas.

Rådman added: “They have felt very lonely, that they had themselves to blame, that nobody else was like them.

“Talking about transsexuality is not as taboo any more,” a psychologist from the surgery in Lund, Amara Rådman, told broadcaster SVT.

Lund in southern Sweden was the first town to open a sex change surgery in the mid-1970s.

“To attempt to have intercourse with a hornet’s nest is a very bad idea,” Siv During Livh, a psychologist and expert on sex fantasies told the news website.

“I don’t even think about the pain he must have suffered both within himself [from his fetish] and incurred by the wasp attack.” Hornet stings are more painful than typical wasp stings because of their venom. The stings are not normally fatal to humans unless a person is allergic to their venom, in which case they can go into anaphylactic shock.

Reinfeldt said Sweden has convicted 4,782 people since its law came into effect, but that not one had gone to prison.