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Summer in Australia starts December 1st! So yeah, don’t judge my tardiness.

The annual Gay Travel Index was just released by Spartacus, a gay travel specialty company, and they’ve rated the most inclusive versus viciously obtrusive travel destinations for the LGBT community. The brutal 14-point scoring system – including gay nightlife, customs regulations, hate crimes, HIV travel restrictions, and laws against homoism – remains in place. It’s so crucial that America has dropped from #38 to #42 since the last time I covered this guide even with same-sex marriage being legal nowadays.

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Where did Spartacus decide are the must see spots this year? Let’s find out!

1. Sweden
2. United Kingdom
3. Belgium
4. Netherlands
5. France
6. Canada
7. Denmark
8. Réunion
9. Iceland
10. Norway
11. Spain
12. Finland
13. Luxembourg
14. Uruguay
15. Germany

Jamaica, Bahamas, Fiji and Monaco scored poorly on the list as Iran and Somalia pull up the rear.


Which cities are you interested in visiting?

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