Uruguay is the most gay friendly country in South America and tied 3 ranked most friendly in the world with France and Switzerland according to the Spartacus International Gay Guide. In lateMontevideo launched its first gay-friendly advertising campaign. I remember joining the march around and we were a few hundred souls.
Uruguay itself is an extremely gay friendly country, not only across Latin America, but in the world. As with the gay scene of Buenos Aireseverything starts late here. Here are the 2 main gay clubs of Montevideo:.
Uruguay itself is an extremely gay friendly country, not only across Latin America, but in the world. We found Montevideo to be a chilled and relaxed city. The population is only around 1.
Uruguay is an extremely gay friendly country, not only across Latin America, but in the world. And now by the Nomadic Boys…especially when this is what you see on your way into the country:. There are plenty of things to do in the city for the gay traveller, so we've put together our gay travel guide to Montevideo featuring the best gay bars, clubs, events and hotels to stay in the city.
Uruguay is poised to become the second country in South America that allows gay marriage, after lawmakers approved a bill despite the objections of the Roman Catholic Church. Gay marriage opponents lost that fight in Argentina, the first country on the continent to allow same-sex couples to wed, and now appear to have lost it in Uruguay as well. The law was approved by 71 out of 92 members in the lower house; it was passed by the Senate last week.
Same-sex sexual activity has been legal with an equal age of consent since Anti-discrimination laws protecting LGBT people have been in place since Civil unions for same-sex couples have been allowed since and same-sex marriages sincein accordance with the nation's same-sex marriage law passed in early
Tucked away down a lane in the Old City of Montevideo, Uruguay is a tiny parkette surrounded by murals. Overshadowed by neighbouring Buenos Aires, mellow Montevideo has a gay nightlife of its own and some progressive laws protecting its LGBT citizens from discrimination and hatred. A law allowing transsexuals to change their registered gender has passed the Senate and awaits a vote in the Chamber of Deputies.
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It has long been rated as having the highest quality of life of all Latin America cities. Considered a twin city to Buenos Aires in Argentina, over on the southwest bank of the river, the two share much in culture and history, but this smaller sister is a lot more relaxed. A small country, sometimes compared to Switzerland in Europe, the Uraguayan economy prospers and the cost of living is moderate, but people remain connected to the natural world, between empires of land and water in the South Atlantic region. Established in by people of Buenos Aires, to defend the Spanish colonies against Portuguese expansion from Brazil, the city fell briefly under British control during the Napoleonic Wars.