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Here are our top 10 gay friendliest countries in the world.
Unlike on Airbnb, you know your host is gay, avoiding any nasty surprises when you check in. It is also a great way to meet gay locals and discover the underground gay scene. There is a good reason why Spartacus places Canada as the number 1 gay friendly country in the world for two years in a row.
In , Canada became the 4th country to legalise gay marriage after Holland, Belgium and Spain. It also scored high on the PewGlobal study. And from our experience, unlike any other country we've visited, Canada goes over and above to welcome gay travellers. We saw Justin Trudeau do this in person at the Fierte gay pride in Montreal. It made our hairs stand on end to see this. The first one took place in Montreal in The next one will be in Winnipeg in Speaking of Prides, Toronto Pride is one of the largest in the world , attracting almost 1.
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It also says a lot that Canada is the only country that we know of that celebrates its LGBTQ community on its currency! Finally, every main city in Canada has a thriving gay scene, complete with rainbow crossings and numerous gay events taking place throughout the year. We loved the gay scene of Montreal , Toronto and Vancouver in particular.
Read more in our interview with Barry from Toronto about gay life in Canada. Oh Canada Canada Canada, we applaud and salut you, and wave our big giant Nomadic Boys rainbow flag in your honour!
We love Spain because of the large gay scenes and very liberal minded accepting attitudes. Madrid, the gay capital of Europe , every year hosts one of the largest gay Pride events in the world. Barcelona itself is a popular LGBTQ hotspot particularly during the summer Circuit festival, with super gay-ville Sitges on its doorstep. Gran Canaria is another gay mecca getaway in Spain, as is Ibiza, which has some of the best gay clubs and beach parties.
In fact, Spain has the majority of the best gay beaches in Europe. Ask anyone what their favourite gay Pride event is and most will say Madrid. Yes we're generalising a bit, but the point is that Spain has arguably the highest number of gay friendly destinations. Spain is not only a LGBTQ trail blazer, it's also one of the destinations gay travellers want to keep coming back to, which is what makes it one of the most gay friendly destinations in the world.
There are few places in the world we feel comfortable walking in the streets holding hands outside of the gay village, and Holland is one of them. When it comes to progressive laws and equality, the Netherlands is one of the most culturally liberal places in the world. It's certainly the most progressive we've been to. The Netherlands was the first country to legalise gay marriage in It was also one of the first countries to decriminalise homosexuality in Equal rights laws banning discrimination on grounds of sexual orientation were introduced as early as , and in addition, the country has very lenient adoption and transgender laws.
Amsterdam is also well known for being a very gay friendly city, with one of the most unique Pride events — a parade of floats on boats through the famous canals. We love their gay slogan: Sweden consistently tops all polls of gay friendly countries in the world, including the latest Spartacus rankings. It has one of the most progressive LGBTQ laws, including gay marriages since , adoption laws since and extremely comprehensive anti-discrimination laws. In terms of Pride events, there are more Pride festivals per-capita in Sweden than anywhere else in the world, with over 30 different Pride celebrations taking place across the country, throughout the year.
Stockholm and Gothenburg Pride are one of the largest, which have between them hosted Europride no fewer than 3 times. And of course there is Sweden in the Eurovision Song Contest: Not only did Sweden give us ABBA in , but in the past few decades they've collected win after win, fast becoming one of the most successful countries in Eurovision history. Portugal's pink standing has shot up massively over the past decade, taking joint 1 place with Sweden and Canada in the latest Spartacus rankings.
It began by decriminalising homosexuality in and today has one of the most progressive LGBTQ laws in the world. It legalised gay marriage in becoming country 8 to do so , adoption in and in passed the Law of Gender Identity which is one of the most advanced trans friendly laws in the world. Portugal is also one of the few countries to have an outright ban in its constitution against discrimination on sexual orientation Article Lisbon has a fantastic gay scene with many gay bars, clubs and parties particularly around the Bairro Alto and Principe Real areas. Porto is another popular tourist hotspot north of Lisbon with an active gay scene, particularly around the Galaria de Paris area.
And let's not forget, Cristiano Ronaldo — Portugal's super sexy football stud and recently voted gay icon …! Iceland for us is one of the most LGBT friendly countries in the world for so many reasons. Gay marriage was ticked off in June with a unanimous vote in the Icelandic Althing the national parliament of Iceland. Normally in same-sex marriage debates, you have a sad minority droning on about how unnatural we are and how we pollute the sanctity of marriage etc etc… But not in Iceland.
Gay marriage laws passed here with flying pink colours! It also scores as the second highest country in the world after Spain on the PewGlobal scale about whether society should accept homosexuality. We met Finn Ballard in Berlin , a female to male transgender, who told us why Germany is one of the most appealing places in Europe for transpeople to live. Say what? A staunchly Catholic country, which didn't legalise divorce until and still bans abortion? So what happened in the last 5 years that transformed Malta into one of the most gay friendly countries in the world?
It all began in when the progressive centre-left Labour Party led by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat came to power and prioritised gay friendly policies led by the proactive Minister for Equality, Helena Dalli. In , Malta legalised gay marriage along with full adoption rights. In , it became the 2nd country to legalise gay marriage, as well as one of the first to pass transgender and anti-discrimination laws. Interestingly, Belgium was also the second country after France to decriminalise homosexuality back in , only beaten by France.
Belgium has also had its share of openly gay politicians including the world's second openly gay head of government, former Prime Minister, Elio Di Rupo In , Argentina became the first country in Latin America to legalise gay marriage, making it the 10th in the world to do so, and the 2nd in the Americas after Canada. We have always felt welcomed everywhere during our travels in Argentina and love returning here. We've deliberately placed these two together.
For example, both France and England legalised same-sex marriage in , Spartacus have them in joint 3rd place, the ILGA-Europe survey gave them scores of On the one hand, England has London, which in our humble and very bias opinion, is one of the best gay destinations in the world. We love the gay scene of London, especially as we met at the GAY Bar in February , so it will always be a special place for us. In addition, most other cities in England have gay villages, in particular Brighton and Canal Street in Manchester , which are both huge gay havens.
On the other hand, France was the first ever country in the world to decriminalise homosexuality in , whilst most other countries waited a few centuries before doing so.
For example, former president Mitterand was able to have a mistress and illegitimate daughter during his 14 years in office without the media pestering him on the subject. The French don't bat an eyelid if you tell them you're gay and you will never have any problems with gay bashing in France unless you go to a low-income suburb inhabited mainly by immigrants , which as a tourist you're unlikely to do.
Thailand is the exception to our list because it is the only country we've mentioned where gay marriage is not legal. In fact, even civil unions are still pending, but promised to be made law soon. Although this may seem trivial and insignificant, this is extremely important. In most Asian countries, being gay is a crime, or such a taboo that you are forced to stay in the closet for your own safety.
So for an Asian country to even be debating civil union laws is a damn big deal! More importantly, from our own personal experience travelling as a gay couple in Asia , Thailand 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. Getting a double bed in hotels in Thailand has never been a problem for us, and the gay scene of Bangkok is in our opinion, one of the best in the world. Thailand is so used to welcoming foreigners, especially gay travellers, that we feel it should definitely be included in a list of gay friendly countries in the world.
For more about the Land of Smiles, check out our complete Thailand gay travel guide. As we said above, we've based this list on a number of different factors, least of all, our own personal first hand experience of visiting each as a gay couple. That's not to say the following should be overlooked: