This topic has been closed to new posts due to inactivity. Find all posts by ursusmundi. Unfortunately my original homeland Venezuela does not fulfill our needs regarding LGBT rigths and respect, so when we go visiting my family there we must live inside the love bubble my relatives build up for us. I found it absolutely shocking. Let me know if you are interested Alli Campbell May 3, This is a great article Matt. My life partner went with me on our first cruise a couple years ago and it was awful.
Sad as it is, half the time I am on the road, I spent it in a semi-closeted environment in which only certain people in certain situations will know I am gay… it does save a lot of trouble.
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Certainly am open to chatting with you or exchanging emails to see whether we'd "stand" one another. But for locals, being gay is still something which is very stigmatised and gay people are still ostracised by their families and marginalised by society. Thanks for writing this. Originally Posted by Scott2. He cannot travel in the low season so last year I went on cruises with no or little single supplement.
Send a private message to waterskier1. As in most sites of this type you encounter your share of hustlers, weirdos, and the merely unhinged, but you also meet a lot of quality people as well. If you're not looking for someone to just be a travel buddy, then I'm sure there are plenty of people willing to take money and make the trip with you wherever and whenever you want to go. Unfortunately, I've only been on one cruise before and it was not a pleasant experience Carnival Lines 4 day Mexican Riviera Cruise. Step outside the confines of a typical resort holiday and take the road less traveled.