Top 10 least gay-friendly travel destinations

Here is a list of Top 10 least gay-friendly travel destinations in the world. The following places might be very different from each other, but still they have something in common: They all are bad for gay travellers.


Uganda is Land of the inspiring mountain gorilla, with an equally jaw-dropping stance on LGBT rights. Recently the Ugandan President has pledged to sign a bill which will see homosexuals face a life sentence in jail. This could become law at any time.


The Winter Olympics has invited the world to Russia, but to the gay community it seems that the Olympic ethos of equality hasn’t extended to LGBT rights. Recent legislations make it illegal to educate minors about “non-traditional” relationships and there are a large number of reports documenting hate groups pressuring homosexuals.


Malaysia this paradise of island beaches, unique wildlife and vibrant cultures has made our list not only for its British colonial-era anti-LGBT laws, but also for its laws making cross-dressingcriminal. It has also been reported that the Ministry of Education has given guidelines to parents on how to spot the 'symptoms' of homosexuality in their own children.


Jamaica It’s not all sunshine and smiles in this famously reggae Caribbean nation – the danger of violence towards LGBT persons is high, driven in part by the popularity of “hate music”, with some major and popular artists recording extremely homophobic lyrics.


When it reversed its 2009 legislation decriminalising homosexuality, India’s Supreme Court has essentially declared that around 30-40million LGBT persons are now living as criminals. Although prosecutions are rare, police and vigilantes now have the power to harass freely homosexuals.


Nigeria not a number one tourist destination we admit, but its truly shocking stance on LGBT rights earns its place in the list. Homosexual activity is punishable by death in certain Nigerian states and the country has also passed a law criminalising LGBT organisations.


Kenya well-known for its fabulous safaris, less well known for its colonial-era laws criminalising homosexuality. Currently prosecutions are rare, but Kenyan law-makers have responded to President Obama's recent call for African nations to respect LGBT rights by calling for the enforcement of these laws.


Ukraine makes the list as the government is considering same way with Russia, against “propaganda of homosexuality” and NGOs have already been declared as “foreign agents”.

Latin America

At a glance Latin America looks like a great place for gay traveller: most countries have decriminalised or indeed never criminalised homosexuality, major cities like Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires have flourishing gay scenes, and Argentina has equality laws. However, according to the 2012 Trans Murder Monitoring Project, between 2008 and 2011, 79% of the murders of transgender people reported throughout the world took place in Latin America.


Despite Turkey has relaxing vibe of its pristine beaches and the sparkling Mediterranean, levels of violence are high. Turkey registered the second highest number of murders of transgender people after Latin America in the same study.

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