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  • A Roadmap For The Queer Study Abroad Experience

    “Wasn’t it really hard to find any material for writing your LGBT blog for your abroad program?” “Wait, they have Tinder there?!”

  • LGBTQ Students in Spain

    Abstract Although Spain has a very religious and Roman Catholic history, it is considered one of the most LGBTQ-friendly countries in the world. Same-sex ...

  • Being LGBTQ+ in Japan

    It’s always a good idea to have people to talk to when homesickness strikes or one struggles with differences and culture shock.A difference between the US and Japan, at ...

  • LGBTQ Students in France

    Abstract In general, France is considered to be tolerant and to uphold LGBTQ rights. Paris is known for being historically friendly to the ...

  • LGBTQ Students in Ecuador

    Abstract Although homosexuality has been legal since 1997, conservative Roman Catholic ideologies and "Machista" *or male-dominated gender roles) continue to inform society's ...

  • Tips for LGBTQ Students in France

    Abstract In general, France is considered to be tolerant and to uphold LGBTQ rights. Paris is known for being historically friendly to the ...

  • LGBTQ Students in China

    Abstract In general, while China may not explicitly oppose LGBTQ identities, the country socially holds prejudice and stigma toward these groups.

  • LGBTQ+ Students Abroad

    Tips for LGBTQIA+ Students:Put your safety first.Before you leave, familiarize yourself with the customs and laws of your host country.Research whether or not talking about ...

  • My Take on Being LGBTQ+ in Spain

    As a member of the LGBTQ community, I had many concerns regarding my safety prior to studying abroad.

  • LQBTQIA+ Students in South Korea

    Abstract While there are no specific laws that discriminate based on sexuality, same-sex marriages are not legally recognized. There is an LGBTQ subculture ...