Buenos Aires is one of our favourite gay destinations in the world. There are pretty boys everywhere. Buenos Aires is home to a very active gay scene, particularly across Palermo. Glam is open only on Thursday and Saturday evening and located at Cabrera Street.
Please register, and you will get it every month. The first homosexual couple who married in Argentina in August I never thought I would ever get married. The idea of marrying became completely unconceivable when I began to live my bi- and homosexual love life. There was simply no legal basis for getting married.
Jump to navigation. In August, , the Statutory Assembly charged with drafting a new statute for the city of Buenos Aires unanimously approved the inclusion of a clause recognizing "the right to be different" and con- demning all forms of discrimination, including those based on sexual orientation. The clause had been proposed by Maria Jose Lubertino, a feminist politi- cian and member of the Assembly who has long worked with lesbian organizations. Yet while les- bians had a presence among the many gay, lesbian, transgendered, transvestite and bisexual groups that lobbied the Assembly to include the clause, their par- ticipation was minimal compared to other groups. The enthusiasm and activism that this campaign sparked among many gay and travesti organiza- tions did not spill over into lesbian organizations and the lesbian community at large, reflecting the current state of the lesbian move- ment in Argentina.
We love Argentina. It's got it all: hot guys, delicious food, loads of cute boys, stunning scenery, a huge diversity of wildlife…and did we mention it has the hottest guys on the planet…?!! Above all else, Argentina is one of the most gay-friendly countries in Latin America and in our opinion, most gay-friendly in the world.