Most people won’t really say anything, but they’ll judge. Different sexuality is quite new for Bulgarians (believe it or not) and they can tolerate it when not demonstrated.
Everything that pokes them in the eyes however, they’ll moan about, criticize and discriminate against.
If you’re used to having your 1m diameter personal space you can forget about it – no Bulgarian will ever understand this concept.
There are several mosques around Bulgaria (a vestige from the time when the country was occupied by the Ottoman empire) where women are not allowed.
Birth control diaphragms are also available at pharmacies and a prescription is not needed.
The same applies for emergency contraception (the next day pill).
Additionally, a woman can walk into literally any hospital and ask to see one.
Without medical insurance, a visit to the doctor will cost anything between 15 and 30 euros, but not more than that.
There are lots of gynecologists in Bulgaria and it’s extremely easy to find one.
This website provides a list of doctors around Bulgaria.
Not everything on the website is translated, but if one is completely lost in this area it is a good enough source.
They are easily recognizable as all “buns” look just like the local pop folk singers and are pretty much the same.
Even though I am Bulgarian by origin, I lived abroad for quite some years and I find it really hard to communicate with most of the local women, since my interests in literature, adventure and photography are rarely shared by them.