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Gay-guide-Asia-and-Cambodia was established in 2014 in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Original purpose of the site was to help LGBTQ population of Cambodia and Asia in their quest to gain equal rights and get informed about gay health issues facing gay population.
The main purpose have gradually evolved. International Gay Guide cover much wider audience and their interests. LGBTQ population has interests in fashion, entertainment, gay rights world wide, gay travel. Our domain name stayed the same but site is now called International Gay Guide.
International Gay Guide firmly standing for human rights but against them being used as an excuse for violence. Standing for equality of all human beings regardless of their sex, gender, sexual preference, race, religion or social/political beliefs. International Gay Guide is against “Cancel Culture” and denial of freedom of speech. If we don’t agree on any issue we can at least agree that we don’t agree. Standing firmly for social justice and fair distribution of wealth.
People who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) are members of every community. They are diverse, come from all walks of life, and include people of all races and ethnicities. All ages and all socioeconomic statuses. The perspectives and needs of LGBTQ people should be routinely considered in public health efforts. Goal must be to improve the overall health of every gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender person and eliminate health disparities.
LGBT artists have historically existed outside the mainstream art world. This position has given them a unique perspective to comment on a range of themes and issues, pertaining to gender, identity and society in their art.
In spite of this historical bias there are many names who have broken through and enjoyed A-List status in contemporary art circles. But it has not been easy for LGBTQ artists.
News covering LGBT arts and artists – performers – in music world, film, literature, theater and literature. Entertainment news and current affairs. Gay, lesbian and bisexual performers are much more open about their sexuality than ever. This particularly applies to coming gay, lesbian and bisexual youth.
As the global visibility of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-gender (LGBT) community increases, the discussion of the market’s economic impact continues to gain traction. Perhaps nowhere is this more evident than in the travel industry. Lesbian and gay people tend to travel more than their heterosexual counterparts. Travel industry is aware of importance of gay and lesbian persons for its development and survival. We can see that in increased marketing and advertising targeting gay, lesbian and bisexual persons. Lesbian and gay youth are particularly looking for travel opportunities to regions where they can feel free about their sexuality.
We wish you happy, safe and exciting travel!
LGBTQ+ rights vary greatly between countries. In some countries, homosexuality is illegal, while in others it is legal but organizations and promotion of “nontraditional sexual relations” are illegal. In a few countries, homosexuality can receive a death penalty.
Transgender individuals can join the military in only 19 countries: Canada, Bolivia, French Guiana, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Israel, Australia, and New Zealand. Thailand allows transgender individuals to join only in administrative positions.
Only Ecuador, Brazil, and Malta have outlawed conversion therapies nationwide. Conversion therapy is not outlawed in the United States nationwide; however, Hawaii, California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Illinois, Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine have statewide bans.
Only 5% of the United Nations member states have written into their constitutions that sexual orientation-based discrimination is prohibited. These states include Ecuador, Mexico, Portugal, Bolivia, South Africa, Sweden, and Nepal.
Most of Europe and South America have taken steps to tackle sexual orientation-based discrimination in the workplace, as well as some other countries around the world. In general, same-sex couples are not allowed to adopt outside the Americas, Europe, and Australia and New Zealand.
The Netherlands was the first country to allow same-sex marriage in 2001 and Ecuador is the most recent country to legalize it. Same-sex marriage is not legalized in the majority of Eastern Europe, Africa, and Asia. Only 13% of UN member states have legalized gay marriage and a handful recognize civil unions, including Peru, Greece, and Italy.