Choosing a holiday destination can sometimes be a little more complex, however, with safety concerns a priority when selecting a break — homosexuality is still illegal in 72 countries around the world. Tel Aviv is famous for its queer nightlife and hosts an internationally respected Pride celebration funded by the government. Same-sex couples can be seen holding hands openly and visitors can find queer gyms, beaches, bars, restaurants and parties. The city also has a Memorial to the Homosexuals Persecuted Under Nazism which acknowledges the magnitude of gay persecution during this period.
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There is something for everyone here, including us queers. Philadelphia was famously established on the belief in equality, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness — and today persists as an exceptionally welcoming haven for LGBTQ travelers. While things have not always been so great for our community, Philly has always been ahead of the curve. A city of civic pride with a democratic food scene and urban beauty galore, Philadelphia would be amongst our destinations even without its vibrant gay scene.
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It seems like every few weeks or so, someone publishes a new list of The Best Places to Retire. Dave Hughes' new book, The Quest for Retirement Utopia, will help you clarify which criteria are most important to you in deciding where to retire and provide resources to help find the spot that's right for you. He lives with his husband in a Phoenix suburb. When it comes to choosing a place to live during retirement , LGBTQ people want the same things that everyone else wants — safety, reasonable prices, agreeable climate, cultural and recreational amenities and good health care. Those include how tolerant an area is, the presence of a gay community, and health care providers that are welcoming towards LGBTQ people.
December 15, Staff Writers. All colleges and universities claim to have campus pride. Believe it or not, most colleges and universities across the country are just now catching up to the academic, social, and mental health needs of the LGBTQ community. Thankfully, an increasing number of schools are ahead of the curve in creating a campus culture that not only protects its LGBTQ students, but allows them to thrive.