Quote Originally Posted by SilverCrescent25 View Post
Yes and no in the Bahamas....
Most LGBT visitors will be met with smiles and pleasantries, but usually their own get ostracized to an extent due to mostly religious reasonings.
LGBT is cute when it benefits a cause (mostly during political season) and to fire and brimstone when not.
Its considered a family oriented nation meaning whatever you do, doesn't reflect on you but on your own kin.
Weirdly enough, the island nation would probably be one of the last countries in the world to legalize same sex marriage.
They do have somewhat, a protective legislation in place for offenses dealing with LGBT prejudices though.
I suspected it might as it shares it's history like Canada's as being part of the Commonwealth. Tourism won't want to sour the experience or any LGBT tourist, especially since our community has buying power of almost 4 Trillion ($4,000,000,000,000.00) dollars world wide