gay-friendly


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gay-friendly

adj
welcoming to gay people
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MI5 topped Stonewall's top 100 gay-friendly employers' list after the survey assessed its staff engagement, career development and other factors, (http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-35345515) BBC reported.
Launched in 2013 and modeled on Airbnb, the site offers a database of places to stay in 65 countries, all of which are explicitly gay-friendly. Renters can search for a gay or gay-friendly host, for an apartment, house, or something "unusual," and for pet-friendly or smoker-friendly lodgings.
According to research commissioned by the UK's luxury gay travel companion, Les Deux Messieurs, gay-friendly hotel staff are 'very important' to LGBT travellers when making their hotel and holiday choices.
The Assembly was named in the top 30 UK employers and top five in Wales in the Workplace Equality Index, produced by Stonewall, which is measured on markers to measure how gay-friendly organisations are.
With travels throughout America and beyond, the publication, full of stunning photography, brings gay-friendly destinations and lifestyle interests to readers from around the globe.
The fact is a substantial number of customers and staff in businesses, which do not define themselves as gay or gay-friendly are in fact gay or lesbian.
The Newcastle Ravens RFC, which claims to be the region's only gay-friendly rugby team, is set to kick off its second year competing in the Northumberland Cup.
KIRKLEES Council is one of the most gay-friendly employers in the country.
THE Environment Agency Wales has been named the most gay-friendly employer in the country - ranking 11th in a charity's top 100 UK companies.
London, Nov 13 (ANI): Fergie has praised Kanye West for making hip-hop popular and credited her own band Black Eyed Peas with being "gay-friendly".
Travel analysts say that a destination will win the reputation of being gay-friendly if the general population's attitude is positive.
Canada is a gay-friendly country and they will be successful here," said Arsham Parsi of IQR, an international non-profit based in Toronto, which helps Iranian homosexuals move to countries that are gay friendly.
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