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Brighton Pride, London Theater, Scotland’s Kilts. Would you complete a survey?

One quick thing…Can we ask you to participate in a survey about travel to England, Wales, Scotland, London and other destinations that have recently worked to reach our readers. It won’t take too long and we will not be asking you to fill out the regular annual survey this because of how helpful this would be.  It is at this link here Thanks so much, Michael Goff and Andy Towle (Still gay, still independent) Owners and Operators of The post Brighton Pride, London Theater, Scotland’s Kilts. Would you complete...

How would you feel about dating someone with kids?

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Fewer than half of India’s urban millennials find homosexuality acceptable

Less than half of India’s urban millennials (aged between 18 and 38) find same-sex relationships acceptable, a survey has found. It shows that homosexuality remains a taboo in Indian society months after the country decriminalized gay sex. A YouGov-Mint Millennial Survey found about 50% of millennials in Delhi and Mumbai found homosexuality acceptable. But, in the smaller cities of Hyderabad and Chennai, about 30% and 40% of millennials in the two respective cities found homosexuality completely unacceptable. Thoughts on homosexuality in Indian cities (Photo: YouGov / Mint) The survey also...
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