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TOP OF SUPER LGBTQ FRIENDLY COUNTRIES FOR EXPATS

TOP OF THE BEST LGBTQ FRIENDLY COUNTRIES FOR EXPATS

If you want to travel somewhere alone or with your partner or even move to, you probably would like to know where it’s easy to find full LGBTQ entertainment program and where it will be save and friendly. In this article we will introduce our top of the most friendly LGBTQ countries for expats.

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Pride flags

THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO LGBTQ+ PRIDE FLAGS

Gilbert Baker’s rainbow Gay Pride Flag is one of many created over the years to represent LGBTQ people and liberation. Individual communities within the LGBTQ spectrum (lesbian, bisexual, transgender and others) have created their own flags and in recent years, variations on Baker’s rainbow have also become more prominent. “We invest in flags the role of being the single most important icon to represent our countries, our states and our cities, our organizations and our groups,” says vexillologist Ted Kaye, who is also the secretary of North American Vexillological Association. “There’s something about the fabric waving in the air that stirs people.” In light of ongoing conversations about Baker’s flag and whom it represents, here is a guide to flags to know in the LGBTQ community.

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LGBTQ+

LGBTQ+ WHAT THIS ABBREVIATION MEANS?

LGBTQ is the more commonly used term in the community; possibly because it is more user friendly! You may also hear the terms “Queer Community” or “Rainbow Community” used to describe LGBTQ2+ people. This initialism and the various terms are always evolving so don’t try to memorize the list. The most important thing is to be respectful and use the terms that people prefer

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GAY PRIDE

WHAT IS HAPPENING: ABOUT SAME-SEX MARRIAGE AROUND THE WORLD

Same-sex marriage has become legal in a growing number of countries in recent years.
The United Kingdom’s Parliament in London recently legalized same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland, which had been the last UK constituent country to bar gay and lesbian couples from marrying. Same-sex marriages also became legal this year in Ecuador, Taiwan and Austria.

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same-sex marriage

5 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT LGBTQ MARRIAGE

On June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling that granted same-sex couples a constitutional right to marry. The 5-4 decision in Obergefell v. Hodges legalized gay marriage nationwide, including in the 14 states that did not previously allow gays and lesbians to wed. The decision rested in part on the court’s interpretation of the 14th Amendment; the justices ruled that limiting marriage to heterosexual couples violates the amendment’s guarantee of equal protection under the law.

As we approach the fourth anniversary of the ruling, here are five key facts about same-sex marriage:

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