Jess McHugh May 18,
Working for a gay-friendly Sweden
For such a small nation that is still relatively unvisited by the traditional tourist track, Malta has advanced LGBT rights. Did you like this? One type of cases that the Equality Ombudsman deals with is how people are treated at health care centres. In Sweden became the first country in the world to allow for the legal change of gender identity. Consistently at the top of the ranks in recent polls about LGTBQ acceptance -- as well as one of the most popular study abroad destinations -- Spain is the perfect study abroad destination if you're looking for good weather, good food, and a relaxed pace of life. Need we say more? More importantly, from our own personal experience travelling as a gay couple in AsiaThailand is a place we've always felt the most welcome as a gay couple, far more than in other countries with more evolved LGBTQ laws.
If you decide to stay for a while, an Argentine passport is one of the best passports in the world. There is however contradictory information, since, on the one hand the maximum penalty is up to 3 years in prison, but a homosexual was stoned to death after a judgment. Belgium is at the heart of the European Union and is a friendly, multilingual country that comes with all the perks of European lifestyle and openness. It is obvious that an attempt to adhere to the minimum requirements from the EU has been made, in order to be accepted into the EU. Uruguay legalized gay marriage in and has also focused on transgender rights. We based our research on the following 4 studies and combined this with our personal experience of having travelled to over countries as a gay couple: Very good list, most people think Thailand is best in Southeast Asia but you are right the Philippines is even more open minded Reply.