Travel
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Unfair

I love travelling with my wife. It’s my favourite thing in the world. We always say that the best part of our wedding was the opportunity to make an extraordinary trip in our honeymoon! In a perfect world we would be always travelling… We love to explore new places, learn new things, eat yummy food and hit all the shops we find in our way.
But there are lots of countries where we simply can’t go because we are a gay couple. We could get hurt, go to prison or even get killed (we’re talking about death penalty here… death penalty!). Africa is almost forbidden for us… It’s sad and unfair. We’re missing a wonderful world…
I respect every belief and family and I deserve to be respected too and feel safe like everyone else does. That’s all I have to say about this.
Tomorrow I will be back with pretty clothes, wonderful restaurants and all those nice things that make the world even nicer ;-).

Image via The Huffington Post

3 Comments

  1. true, parts of Africa are dangerous, but it’s a huge continent, and many places are safe to travel in. it’s much better than its reputation. the same goes for other places. I’ve been to Columbia for almost two months a few years back, and I lived. been to Joburg, and I lived. just been on a bike trip in Malaysia, not that Malaysia is dangerous, but not even riding a bike in Malaysia was nearly as dangerous as everyone had me believe. and the U.S. has the death penalty too. make smart decisions when it comes to travelling, but make them for yourself. otherwise you miss out on a lot of great places.

    :)

  2. It’s really a pity but we’ve been gaining ground. We never thought that Spain was going to be able to change owing to its religious background but here we are. Now, we are able to get married and even the gay pride has been declared a popular festivity. :)

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