One notorious example is Uganda , where the government attempted to pass a bill that would have led to jail time for anyone who failed to report homosexual behavior and had even harsher penalties for those accused. Two notable examples are the South American countries of Argentina and Uruguay. Argentina legalized gay marriage in , and in , Uruguay passed legislation allowing trans individuals to change their identity documents legally. Most of the gay-friendly countries are in Europe. Denmark was the first country ever to recognize same-sex partnerships, doing so in , and it legalized gay marriage in
LGBT Rights by Country 2021
LGBT Rights by Country
Gay and lesbian travel in Central America is very much still in development. Unfortunately, many other places are homophobic — or worse. Note: Unless you're in an openly gay-friendly bar, club, or hotel, same-sex public displays of affection are always discouraged in Central America. For now, at least. For a comprehensive list of gay and lesbian-friendly hotels, check out Purple Roofs and World Rainbow Hotels.
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The top 13 countries with the biggest gay populations are surprisingly very rarely in the list of countries where gay marriage is legal. Click to skip ahead and jump to the top 5 countries with the biggest gay populations. The gay populations has come a long way from being persecuted for simply existing across the world, to being able to safely marry in over 20 countries. However, there is still a very long way to go, especially in many countries where being gay is equivalent to committing a serious crime, even though the former hurts no one, except perhaps some people's feelings.
In this article we take a look at the 20 most gay friendly countries in the world. Click to skip ahead and jump to the 10 most gay friendly countries in the world. We as human beings are complex and extremely flawed creatures, who only learn to grow and evolve with time. We are moving on from times where a very strict definition of normal had been defined and anything contradicting that definition was seen as something ungainly which was to be discarded and discouraged, and at the very least definitely not encouraged. This has resulted in setbacks over decades and centuries, though as I said, we are learning from our mistakes and improving somewhat as time goes by.