And with a newly elected far-right government, there are fears it could get worse. We asked the top LGBT travel bloggers from around to world to recommend the cities and destinations they really love. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It is also a great way to meet gay I have at least one destination for gay population and discover the underground gay scene.
Ireland, with a gay PM, has probably shown the fastest speed of change since Spain in the s — and was the first country to legalise gay marriage by referendum. We sat done our friend Mario from Quito to give us his perspective of what gay life is like in Ecuador.
Hope for better days in future.
There are limited anti-discrimination laws exception: certain religious groups. Look up gay-friendly in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Cyprus sadly has far to go. You could say it… rose like a Phoenix???! Republic of the Congo.
We can't get enough of the German gay scene, especially Berlin. Louis, 3. It might seem surprising at first that the city most associated with the Mormon Church — which believes that sex and marriage should occur between only a man and a woman — has the seventh-highest share of L.
Our aim with this travel blog is to feed and water your wanderlust. Other gay people, in search of a safe place, followed. Salt Lake City meanwhile just cranks right along.
In terms of gay marriage, Norway made this law in , and then in , it became the 4th country in Europe to allow change of legal gender based solely on self-determination. Ireland [note 3]. Totally agree with Taiwan.
Where to celebrate Pride around the world.