Gay Panama travel guide: the best bars, clubs, hotels and things to do
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If you have not yet been to Panama it is an absolute must. We only spent ten days in Panama and were pleasantly surprised to find gay owned hotels like this luxury boutique in Bocas Del Toro and a great gay scene in the Panama City itself. Here is our interview with him:. Roberto: Hi! I like kitesurfing, astronomy, and adventure travelling.
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There are no laws prohibiting same-sex relations and there never have been. Gay Pride parades are held throughout Vietnam every year and get strong turnouts, not only from the gay community but the community at large. Vietnam also allows gender-reassigned individuals to change their gender on their official documentation.
There are some countries that are much more welcoming than others when it comes to the LGBT community. This article was written by Nomad Capitalist contributor Brian Greco, an experienced gay traveler, cultural explorer, and free market advocate. Going out and seeing the world — often on your own or while starting or running a business — is not always an easy task for anyone. Among these individuals are many LGBT — lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender — travelers whose sexual orientation or gender identity is often not accepted by the society around them.