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When I first came to Beijing I was a little nervous. However, having just got married, I was okay with the idea of less gay bars and clubs and more nights snuggled in front on the TV with my wife. Soon my classmates became aware of my situation and then word spread that I was gay and married to a woman.
Israel does, however, recognise same-sex marriage outside of its borders. Discrimination by employers based on sexuality was made illegal in A year later, gay, lesbian and bisexual people could be part of the military while remaining open about their sexuality.
There are people in our families, our workplaces, our schools, our churches, and our communities who do not understand why this issue is important. We must tell them. And it is especially important that we also tell our elected officials.
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This stunning, cosmopolitan destination makes the perfect start for an all-gay cruise as we head south to explore. After a relaxing day at sea, spend a day in the heart of wine country from the stunning port city of Napier. From there head to Dunedin, one of the best-preserved Victorian and Edwardian cities in the Southern Hemisphere.
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Spain has incredible annual events that draw many visitors to places all over the country. Here are 3 new LGBT events this year not to be missed! Malta is a gay friendly archipelago of islands located in the center of the Mediterranean.
And just like every other type of traveler, we travel for our own personal reasons. I travel because I love to travel, and I just happen to be gay. Sometimes my sexuality also influences the how, why, and where I choose to visit a place.
In this column, we will hear from voices in the LGBT community about their experiences on the road, safety tips, events, and, overall, advice for other LGBT travelers get the most out of their time on the road! There are gay families who travel, solo gay travelers like myselfsolo lesbian travelers, ones who travel for festivals or nightlife or honeymoons, those that take cruises or splurge on luxury trips, and ones who rough it camping and backpacking in faraway places. And just like every other type of traveler, we travel for our own personal reasons.