...While North Korea has no laws on the books to punish gay relationships, defectors routinely confess they’d had no exposure to even the idea of homosexuality until they arrived in South Korea or the United States.
Hazel Smith, a North Korea watcher at the Wilson Institute, said that homosexuality as it is conceived of in the West simply does not exist conceptually in the North.
“The way people think isn’t in that way,” she said. “Being gay is simply not recognized.” But surprisingly, gay relationships do exist and are common – close same-sex relationships between young unmarried people in their 20s are normal.
До кучи: http://www.nknews.org/2013/11/ask-a-north-korean-is-there-sex-education-in-the-dprk/
кто заметит интересное в контексте, тому пирожок с полки.
И вообще, читаем http://www.nknews.org/category/nk-voices/ask-a-north-korean/