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Some countries were more liberal than others, and usually the movement was towards the Mediterranean countries, but increasingly their destinations were outside Europe, often north Africa. Later, writers such as William Burroughs and Paul Bowles would find refuge in the same area. Today, the gay traveller has become a noted category to which travel agencies and tourist institutions cater specifically.
This is a guest post by the awesome Bianca Knauf of the MyWildEarth blog, fellow travel blogger, and the cover pic from the awesome Travel Addicts. Adventure travellers are also in for a treat here. Clifton is an affluent suburb of Cape Town, famous for its beaches.
First things first, you need to visit Cape Town. It is an absolute must! The first time we visited we had no idea what to expect or what it would be like to be gay in Cape Town.
Get an insiders guide to the city of Cape Town with our gay guide, including tips on the best places to dine, shop and party. Check out the best gay bars in De Waterkant, the gay village right in the heart of the city centre. Its unique location combines a relaxed beach vibe in Camps Bay with an uber cool gay village, De Waterkant, right in the heart of the city.
I know this isn't tourist related at all, but I am hoping to move to Cape Town soon and I would like to know from people who live there how gay friendly it is. Yes, I know that South Africa is great when it comes to LGBT rights, what with South Africa being the only current country in Africa to legalise same sex marriage, joint gay adoption being legal there and also discrimination laws being the first in the world to be put in place. But, what I want to know is how South Africans feel towards homosexuality.
Inthe rainbow nation legalized same-sex marriages - the first country in Africa and the fifth in the world to do so. Cape Town is an easy-going city with a playful atmosphere. Stylish open-plan interiors, a super spacious dance floor and very VIP areas make Crew the hot spot to see and be seen.
TL McCormick does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. This can be seen, for instance, by the number of overtly gay men who occupy centre stage on prime time TV. They also speak in a particularly appealing way, using a campish banter which is easily recognisable, often deliciously funny and even cutting. What many viewers may not realise is that the way these men speak and the language they use draws from a long history.
Sincewhen South Africa adopted its democratic constitution, equality has been the law of the land, partly in tribute to gay freedom fighters like Ivan Toms, Justice Edwin Cameron and Afrika Tatamkulu. You can marry your partner here--or hook up at a club in the Sea Point or Waterkant gayborhoods. There's also the Western Cape wineries to check out and, for the adventurous, extreme pastimes like bungee jumping or shark-cage diving.