Jamaica’s oppressive anti-gay laws and discriminatory practices cost the workforce around $11 billion annually and make the minority group three times more vulnerable to mental-health illness, the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CAPRI) has said.
The PM said when it comes to matters relating to LGBT and homosexuality, Singapore takes the middle ground, meaning it is not as open as places like San Francisco nor is it as strict as the Middle East
Despite news reports, it’s unclear what Tourism Minister Mohammadin Ketapi actually said about LGBTQ+ people at a recent event in Berlin.
Datuk Mah advised Mr Mohamaddin to issue a clarification on the remark and hoped that the minister would not claim that he was misquoted by the media.
Speaking ahead of the world's largest tourism fair, ITB Berlin, Malaysia's tourism minister made the claim after being asked whether Malaysia welcomed gays and Jews. Malaysia hopes to see 30 million visitors in 2019.
‘Gay Tourists Welcome’
Even when cities seem progressive on the surface, the lived experience of members of the LGBT community can tell a dramatically different story
Fancy an LGBT-friendly resort, a drag night at a top New Delhi hotel or a spa for gay men? These are only some of the businesses increasingly vying for India’s powerful “pink rupee” just months after the country decriminalized same-sex relations.
While marriage equality is yet to clear the legislative thicket, advocates are encouraged by the country's efforts to woo more LGBTQ tourists
A gay-friendly city is somewhere that’s supportive of LGBTQ people and their relationships.
TMNet, a Malaysian Internet Service provider, has begun tampering with Internet DNS domain names to prevent users in Malaysia from accessing HIV/AIDS and LGBT travel information online.
In my opinion, one of contributing factors in South Africa, is that big brands want to play it safe.