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Top 10 Most Gay Friendly Countries in the world

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The top 10 most gay friendly Countries in the world are nations who have accommodated homosexuality like the way Straightness is accepted. On to of list is Canada followed by Spain. Countries where gay has been legalized are much but some of these laces still experience some form of resistance.

Gay or homosexuality is term used for those who engage in same gender sexual activities. This term can be broadly expanded to the Lesbian, gay, Bisexual and transgender community (LGBTQ).

It will be surprising that some countries such as the UK and USA are not even on the top 10 list, this can be explained for the case of US. Some sates in he US have not still legalized gay marriage and relationships. Though most of the fights for this LGBTQb movement is from the US.

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Top 10 Most Gay Friendly Countries in the world

1. Canada

Canada was the 4th country in the world to legalize gay. Why it is placed in the number one position is because, its leader, President Justin Trudeau, wave a gay flag during a campaign.

This country also happily welcomes gay travelers from all art of the world. In addition, Canada happens to be the only country that celebrates a gay ride called, Canada Pride. The first took lace in 2017 while the next is happening in 2020.

Furthermore, in 2019 Canada was the first country to launch an LGBTQ into its currency. This apeared in its $1 Coin. This is a way to begin the LGBTQ rights battle.

2. Spain

Spanish citizens have a very receptive audience towards LGBTQ. The country’s capital, Madrid is known as the Gay Capital of the Europe and that is where they host the largest gay pride event in the world.

Spain posses some of the best Gay clubs and parties in the world. Gran Canaria and Barcelona are gay hot spot and have the best pure gay beaches the world

3. The Netherlands

Do you know that Holland is one of the first country to full decriminalize Homosexuality in 1811? This same country was the first to legalize same sex marriage in 2001.

It’s capital city, Amsterdam is a very liberal and friendly lace for gays/ It also host a gay pride parade of boats through their streets and canals.

4. Sweden

1944 was the year Sweden decriminalize homosexuality. Though on different ratings on gay friendliness, Sweden tops every list. When it comes to Gay pride parades, there are more festivals per capita in Sweden than anywhere else in the world.

Stockholm and Gutenberg have the largest gay pride Parades where both have hosted the Europe pride 3 times.

5.  Portugal

Today Portugal has one of the most progressive LGBTQ laws in world after decriminalizing homosexuality in 1982. Portugal legalized gay marriage in 2010.

Lisbon has many gay scenes and monuments, Clubs and parties.

6. Germany

A village in Germany, Schöneberg in Berlin was the first place to legalise homosexuality. Though the country later legalized gay marriage in just 2017 here. Making Germany the 8th country to legalize it.

7. Iceland

Just like every other country, Iceland also host some gay parades like the Reykjavik Gay parade. The country actually legalized gay marriage in 2010.

8. Malta

Malta just legalized its gay marriage in 2017. What makes it among the world’s most gay friendly country is the fact that after legalizing gay marriage, it gave a full adoption rights. In addition, the age at which people can independently request for their gender to be changed in official documents has been lowered from 18 to 16.

9. Belgium

Belgium became the second country to legalize gay marriage in 2003. and also one of the country to pass transgender and anti-discriminatory laws. This same counry is still the second country to decriminalize homosexuality in 1745 after France.

10. Argentina

Outside Europe, Argentina, a Latin american country becomes the first to legalize gay marriage in 2010. This has made Argentina the 10th in the world to do so.

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