We also needed to invest time in Nomadic Boys and elevate our content. Of course, the hypocrisy of anyone saying what is Answer 1 of 3: I am a gay guy travelling or wrong for anyone to visit any place is tantamount to arrogance and hubris—which is the same problem in the countries using religion to justify the bad treatment and alienation of gays in the first place.
THOSE are not likely to have the anti-gay people about whom we need to be worried. Go for it Lucky! Maybe the huge differences between people's estimates about the size of the gay population and their responses about their own sexual identification is about more than just bad guesses.
Donate money and time. I hope you enjoyed the food, hospitality and my hometown Esfahan. Stefan is the co-founder, editor and author the gay travel blog nomadicboys. I'm presuming you're over 20 - but have a copy of your passport with you at least just in case.
Dream Bangkok. No one is going to question you about it!
I lived in AUH for a year and never had a problem with homosexuality there. Let the fearful fear…and let the rest of us explore and learn and educate at the same time. My post was aimed at those individuals or couples who have anxieties regarding traveling to the UAE but who still want to travel to the UAE.
Living out Answer 1 of 3: I am a gay guy travelling a bag for extended periods of time became a way of life. Case in point: the Aceh province in Indonesia.
This post is narcissistic and close-minded and ultimately reflects the dangerous side of travel, travel not as a positive way to get to know the world but as a neo-colonial predation on it. Brazen as I am, we asked our Russian tour guide to take a photo of us kissing right in front of St.
Please look around your glass house before you start throwing stones.