Best and Worst Gay Travel Destinations
Sweden scored top marks for its anti-discrimination laws, recognition of gay unions, positive travel marketing and no institutional persecution of the LGBT community. The remaining top nine countries were all in Europe except Canada, which came in at number four.
The United States ranked 38 — thanks to anti-gay laws, a lack of marriage equality and unfriendly areas of the country.
It was tied with Aruba, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Croatia, Curacao, Hungary, Italy, Mexico and Thailand.
Way at the bottom were, predictably, countries hostile to gays like Jamaica and the Bahamas and those with the death penalty for homosexuality, including the United Arab Emirates(Dubai) and Iran.
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