The couple also updated the list with the best and worst places for gay travelers in , which can be viewed here. A new report details the most dangerous—and safest—places for gay travelers. According to the report, a few factors—such as adoption recognition and worker protections—may not affect travelers directly but are a good indication of overall attitudes within the culture. A view of the Lagos skyline in Nigeria, which was named the most dangerous place in the world for There, people can be put in prison for up to 14 years just for being gay, and some states even have the death penalty under Sharia law. Same-sex marriage has been legal there since , and the country has more Pride festivals per capita than anywhere else in the world.
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The gay world is often represented as some sort of monolithic whole that has the same culture. That is a lie. It is actually broken down into a handful of substrata to which each gay belongs. Here they are. Just like the world at large may stereotype gays as mincing wrist flippers with great taste bent on giving everyone they meet a make over.
Home Inspiration. Waves lapped gently against the shore, the sun beat down and warmed my every fiber, palm trees swayed in the breeze. I had to admit, he was right.
A Brazilian judge has reportedly ruled that Netflix must remove a satire film that ignited controversy in the country for depicting Jesus as gay. The BBC noted that the ruling is only temporary as a final decision is deliberated. The production company Porta dos Fundos reportedly became the target of a firebomb attack on Christmas Eve. The country is home to the largest Catholic population in the world. David Miranda, an openly gay federal lawmaker in Brazil, told the Times that the ruling represented an attack on democracy.