If there are two things I've come to realize about gay men during my eight-year, five-continent expat tour, the first is this: They're pretty much the same all over. No matter where you call home, you'll encounter guys who are just after "fun," ones who only care whether you're a top or bottom, and ones who'll blow you off. I once was stood up six times in one week in Buenos Aires! In my case, everywhere I've lived, there's been no escaping the dreaded question that's been the bane of my existence abroad: "Is it true what they say about black men?
Dating in South Africa: looking for love as an expat
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The East African country of Tanzania has been cracking down on expressions of homosexuality recently. The home affairs minister has threatened to shut down NGOs promoting gay rights, while even the president has weighed in, stating somewhat bizarrely that "even cows disapprove" of same-sex relations. This attitude is indicative of widespread social norms, and indeed laws, across much of the continent. Here's a map and details of where it's illegal to be gay in Africa. Sexually-active gay people can have security measures imposed on them, including probation or internment in a workhouse or farming colony for up to three years. The country is currently in the process of adopting a law that repeals provisions against same-sex relationships.
Gay Guide South Africa
Home Inspiration. Waves lapped gently against the shore, the sun beat down and warmed my every fiber, palm trees swayed in the breeze. I had to admit, he was right.