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Senior Constable Ben Bjarnesen from Fortitude Valley station said the video project had been in the works for 12 months and was not connected to the current campaign around same-sex marriage.He said they also wanted to raise awareness of the LGBTI liaison program in the QPS, the first organisation to embrace the international It Gets Better campaign."Like all of the officers, everyone's had their own struggles, and we just wanted to show we've all been through the same struggles and are living proof it does get better," Senior Constable Bjarnesen said."So we're trying to close that gap and build some really good relationships with the community, and make people feel safe about reporting any crimes or matters that need police attention."In the video, Senior Constable Bjarnesen revealed that at school he felt like he really did not fit.Welcome to Gay Page, a free gay chat site which offers six different ways to connect!Whether you prefer free video chat, free chat rooms, or to group chat with live gay cam models, you will find the perfect way to socialize online with gay men on Gay Page.The vast majority said they loved their spouses but sought an erotic encounter online because of boredom, a partner's lack of sexual interest or the need for variety and fun, Mileham said.
"With cybersex, there is no longer any need for secret trips to obscure motels.He said when he joined the police service in 2007, he had a "pre-conceived" idea about what the response might be to him, but he has never had an issue.Among those who appear on the video is Detective Senior Sergeant Sasha Finney, who is the officer in charge of the Illicit Laboratory Investigation Team."Just because we're gay, that doesn't make a difference to the job we do.We're police and we do a job, and we try to do it to the best of our ability," Detective Senior Sergeant Finney said.Wear It Purple Day board member Brock Galway said her group was grateful for the support of the QPS at the festival in Queen's Park."There's a lot going on in society today and it's important to let LGBTI youth know that they have the right to be proud of who they are," Mr Galway said.