This analysis focuses on whether people around the world think that homosexuality should be accepted by society or not. Homosexuality should be accepted by society OR Homosexuality should not be accepted by society. The question is a long-term trend, first asked in the U. Respondents did not get any further instructions on how to interpret the question and no significant problems were noted during the fielding of the survey. For this report, we used data from a survey conducted across 34 countries from May 13 to Oct.
Countries Most Accepting of Gay Marriage - WorldAtlas
Home Inspiration. It's a question we get asked a lot, which is why we initially published this article and have continued to update it every year. We can either look at it from our own personal perspective travelling as a gay couple, or from the point of view of LGBTQ locals by analysing a countries rights and laws. Drawing from our wealth of experience from travelling to over countries including the ones in this list , along with our interviews with gay locals from each place we've visited, we have sat down to discuss, assess, review and discuss again what we think are the most gay-friendly countries in the world!
Skip navigation! Erika W. In 70 countries around the world , consensual same-sex sexual activity is criminalized , punishable by imprisonment, torture, and even death.
W e have a US president who supports gay marriage, and now a pope who, if not exactly signing up to equality for all, is at least starting to talk in language less inflammatory than his predecessor. Then he went on to criticise the gay "lobby" and said he wasn't going to break with the catechism that said "homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered". Still, for a brief moment it looked like a minor breakthrough. Then you weigh it against a raft of anti-homosexuality legislation that is coming into force in countries across the world.