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C- and I-type sockets. In they became the first in the region to legalize gay marriage, and are global leaders in transgender rights you can change your identity without hormone therapy, surgery, or psychiatric diagnosis. Same-sex couples can adopt, and gay people can serve in the military. In Patagonia, where we travel, you can find gay-friendly hotels and bars in many towns. Puerto Madryn is especially noted for its gay but low-key appeal. The Best Time to Visit Our trips through Patagonia happen in January, which is the middle of summer, and a great time out in the wild. This marks spring in the city, and is a chance to watch the metropolis emerge from hibernation.
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In this city you will find a mix between the elegance of the Europe capitals and the spirit of South America. Do not get confused by the architecture of the city, you are still in South America. While exploring straight and gay Buenos Aires, you will find a city of contradictions. Great wealth usually exists alongside considerable -if most times hidden-poverty. The economy was terrible for some years after crisis, but has recovered very fast and you can notice it in shops, bars, restaurants and clubs.
Known as the most gay friendly city in South America, Buenos Aires' heart boasts bustling streets, grand avenues, old-time cafes and stylish restaurants. Plus, gay people in Argentina enjoy the most liberal governmental policies in South America. It's great to be gay in Buenos Aires, and not just because of the attractive gay locals! You'll celebrate gay pride in one of the most gay friendly cities in South America!
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