“Marginalized populations start off at a stage of questioning and paranoia. Then there’s this long journey where you go along until you eventually are comfortable with yourself and you can function as a “normal” person. And I think if we can speed up that process (in Grenada) as much as possible so that people can
Grenada is an island nation that includes the southern Grenadines in the southeastern Caribbean Sea. Homosexual relations remain illegal in Grenada. However, the tourist Minister has said, "We will continue to welcome all visitors and we will work, along with our population, to ensure that their time and ours will be enjoyable. Grenada respects the rights of all persons of all persuasions and lifestyles"–despite a report that the country was questioning whether to allow entry to gay cruise ships (2007). Read more about the country.
Capital: St. George’s - Pop. 8500
Area: 344 sq. km/ sq. miles
Religion: Roman Catholic, Anglican
Status of Homosexuality: Illegal
Telephone Country Code: 1473
We’re Winning: Asylum, 2011/Dec/01
Gay Granada News & Reports, 2009/Jan/01
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