Unfortunately, the size of the LGBT community has been notoriously difficult to measure. Even when surveys do collect information about LGBT demographics in a certain region or country, it is difficult to compare the results because responses are very sensitive to how the questions are phrased and what answer options are offered. In our latest survey, we wanted to address these issues and ask our EU respondents how they categorize themselves sexually. Because our methodology leverages technology to conduct surveys anonymously through web-enabled devices, respondents are more likely to answer honestly than in face-to-face or phone interviews. In addition, unlike most other surveys that try to compare LGBT demographics between different countries, our surveys are based on a consistent set of questions and methodologies and are therefore easily comparable across countries. The results show that 5.
European Millennials Are Not Like Their American Counterparts
The 15 worst countries to be gay in Europe | The Independent | The Independent
It is conducted not through ringleaders and brothelkeepers, but over the bar counters of a dark and cobbled alley called Paardenstraat at an average of pounds 50 a trick. A slow but steady post-Cold War influx has enabled the rentboys from Romania to take over what was once a placid backwater of Dutch sexual laissez-faire. Never before exposed to gay sex, the Romanian boys, aged between 17 and 22, are in it only for money. Europe's belt of sleaze, stretching through the traditional centres of Amsterdam and Berlin, has carved out new notches in Prague, Warsaw and Bucharest.
European Shift: Generation of Young Leaders Sweeps To Power Across Continent
In public perception, age is often related to political views. In the United States, economic insecurity has pushed Millennials born from to and Gen Zers born after to the left on nearly every policy issue, economic and cultural alike. But if a European-style welfare state is the preferred destination of young Americans, where are young Europeans heading?
Home Destinations Europe. Climbing into bed at 4 AM. That wouldn't be like us… Yet with the disco remixes of all our beloved gay anthems still echoing in our heads, we know we deserve a rest after a long day of exploring the city. We can still hear the laughter of patrons who are leaving the long line of bars and clubs which populate the gay village, and relish in the thought that although we're miles from home, we still feel surrounded by our big gay happy family! This is the feeling of being in a gay hostel, regardless of where we are… When interrailing around Europe, we found gay hostels a great place to connect with fellow LGBTQ backpackers who have since turned into lifelong friends.