More than ever, the LGBTQIA+ community is demanding its rights in our society. The right to live, to love, to express themselves and to move around without having to hide. This is a need that the tourism industry is striving to meet by developing an increasingly inclusive sector. According to a survey relayed by CNN, 9% of adults in 30 countries around the world identify themselves as members of this community. This figure underlines the importance, but also the urgency, of taking action to enable everyone to travel without fear of being discriminated against or worse.
Travelling as an LGBTQIA+ person in the 21st century According to a study carried out by Booking, safety is one of the main concerns of queer travellers. In fact, 80% of them say that they need to consider their safety and well-being as a queer person when choosing their travel destination. A...
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