GlobalGayz is a gay-owned charitable travel and culture website focused on les-bi-gay-trans life in countries around the world. It is based on actual visits to far and near countries. Presented here are Stories, Links, News & Reports and Photo Galleries for more than 190 countries about gay travel, culture, human rights, religion, psychology and more.
(1) The Stories are derived from interviews with local people: LGBT activists and non-activists, students, husbands, wives, doctors, TV producers, sex workers, farmers… global-gays are everywhere. We seek to understand real lives and human rights and we support equality and dignity for each individual. Unfortunately that’s not the situation for the majority of gay people around the world, as you can read in the stories. Included with the stories are many Links affiliated with each country.
(2) Also on this site are thousands of archived News & Reports gathered from the past twenty years from diverse news sources. These are accounts about worldwide gay life written by professional reporters from major and minor media newspapers and magazines as well as from academic, medical and literary journals plus commentaries from individuals. We offer them with full credit to the source authors and publications.
(3) Our Photo Galleries, virtually all taken by GlobalGayz, portray many countries through images of everyday life in the streets, hills, markets, factories, castles and jungles. They span the range of human endeavor, from colorful Gay Pride Parades in Holland to the sweaty grit of ship breakers in Bangladesh. Not all the photos are ‘gay’.
(4) Of further value, see these other Special Interest Pages such as an informative Frugal Travel guide. As well, there a many Opinion/Blog pieces on current relevant topics. All Special Pages can be accessed from these text links or from the red navigation above. Follow us on our Facebook page.
GlobalGayz also welcomes personal questions: the owner is a clinical psychologist.
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Across the great rainbow of humanity one shining truth stands out: we are all more similar than different.
Richard Albright Ammon