Saturday, February 9, 2019

Capital of the Bahamas safe for LGBTI tourists, says local activist


By Calum Stuart

For many countries, 3,300 LGBTI tourists shopping and sightseeing in the capital is not a big deal.

But for one Bahmanian LGBTI rights activist, it is a highly encouraging sign for Nassau.

Alexus D’Marco hopes that this is symbolic of her country is making slow but steady progress in becoming more LGBTI-friendly.

D’Marco is optimistic that the revenue from LGBTI tourism will help combat homophobia throughout the country.  Read more >>