Planning to visit Valletta in the Festive Season? La Falconeria Hotel brings you the list of the Top 5 Events in Valletta in December 2017. Read the full list here.
Are you planning to have your same sex wedding in Malta? This article will give you an overview of the legal framework and all documentations you need in order to celebrate your big day in Malta.
Charles Radcliffe praises the ‘quiet revolution’ of past years Malta has become the “gold standard” of LGBTQI reforms, according to the head of the United Nations’ LGBT equality campaign. In a video endorsement, Charles Radcliffe, who also heads the Equality and Non-discrimination team at the UN Human Rights office in New York, said Malta had lit the way in the sector. “Malta has become a beacon of...
Malta Pride 2017 – 9th September, 2017, Valletta This year Malta Pride will Celebrate the newly enacted Marriage Equality Bill and Malta’s number 1 ranking as the most LGBTIQ friendly country in Europe (ILGA Rainbow Index), Malta Pride will also raise awareness to improve and tackle LGBTIQ Health related issues. Pride Day celebrations including Parade, Street Party and & Concert will start at 4:00pm on Saturday...
Malta may be a relatively new addition to the gay travel destinations map, but it is here to stay. Be a pioneer, explore, discover and enjoy it before the word gets out!
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The Azure Window, Malta`s most photographed national heritage site, has collapsed and disappeared forever. Read the whole story here.
There is no place quite like Malta, where gay marriage has become an attractive, easy and accessible opportunity few have been able to enjoy as yet. Get married in Malta and have the gay wedding you want.
Malta is the seventh-best European country for LGBT workers to live in, a study by a French employment agency has found. Malta is one of the few countries in the world to give LGBT people equal constitutional rights, with most other countries failing to protect the community from discrimination.
Malta’s main industry is tourism and with good reason. It has forever been drawing all kinds of visitors, who are after any of its many attractions. It has only recently made it to the gay travel destinations map, yet it certainly deserves to be up there, somewhere at the top of the list. Find out why Malta is ideal for gay vacations.
Source: The Guardian Under new law anyone found guilty of trying to change, repress or eliminate a person’s sexual orientation faces fine or jail. The new law states that ‘no sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression constitutes a disorder, disease or shortcoming of any sort. Malta has become the first country in Europe to ban gay conversion therapy after the parliament in Valletta unanimously approved a bill outlawing...
Travelling is the only thing you buy that actually makes you richer. The joy of getting on a plane or a boat and ending up in a foreign land with a culture, a people, a language and a history that so different to yours is exhilarating. But, let’s be honest, how many times do you get there and think: Crap! How could I have forgotten that? Well, here’s a checklist so it never happens to you again!
Discover Malta’s general attitude towards the gay community and where it stands with regards gay rights.
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It’s easier than you think! The Maltese Islands only have one airport, the Malta International Airport (MLA). This is located in Luqa, which is about 16 minutes away by car from the capital, Valletta.
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Coming out is one of the hardest things you’ll probably ever do – and one of the most satisfying, too. But how should you go about it? And, if you’re not gay, what can you do to help? Read our tips & advices.
Be proud of who you are – no matter where you come from, which sex you are attracted to, and whether you fit into society’s ‘norms’ or not. The world is a more beautiful place because of you – and that’s the most amazing thing you can give the world.
Only five countries in the world have given lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people equal constitutional rights, global research shows, with most countries failing to protect the community from widespread discrimination and abuses.
Some 200 people this evening took part in a candlelit vigil from the Balluta Church to the Love Sign in St Julian’s in support with the victims of the Orlando shooting. The main message was that one could not react to the Orlando shooting with hate towards the person who committed the crime and…
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Article Source: TimesofMalta.com Lack of understanding and professional training for doctors and teachers about issues affecting LGBT people continue to endanger their fundamental rights despite promising legislative advances, according to a new report. The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) surveyed more than 1,000 public officials, doctors, teachers and police officers in Malta and 18 other EU member states about laws and...
Call us hedonists, but we believe that pleasure is what drives life and keeps us sane. That feeling we get when we buy something we’ve wanted for ages; the serenity of being on a boat out at sea with nothing but the sun, the sky, and great friends to keep us company; that indescribable feeling of waking up in the arms of someone we love and are infatuated with – that’s what life’s about. That’s what we live for.
Article Source: TimesofMalta.com Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said today he was in favour of gay marriage and believed it was time for a debate on the matter. Dr Muscat was asked by a woman who said she was in a gay relationship for his position about the matter when taking part in an activity to mark Woman’s Day. He said that even if the country was not ready for this change, there were times when strong leadership was needed...
Article Source: MaltaToday.com.mt Recent changes in the law have ensured more equal rights for LGBT people. However, the shift towards greater cultural acceptance has also had an unexpected side effect – positioning Malta as a destination for gay travel. The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) has recently embarked on a campaign in the US and Canada promoting Malta as a “winter escape for the LGBT traveller”. One such feature in American...
Article Source: MaltaToday.com.mt Civil liberties minister Helena Dalli hails Eurobarometer survey that indicate that 77% of the Maltese are in favour of full rights to homosexual people, and that 70% in favour of full rights to trans-people. The mentality of the Maltese public has in recent years shifted signficantly in favour of rights to LGBTI+ people, civil liberties minister Helena Dalli claimed. Speaking in parliament...
Article Source: BoredPanda.com Our story got published on BoredPanda! I am a Hungarian girl living in Malta. One day I have decided to establish a Gay Travel Guide to fight against homophobia and promote equal rights. Since Malta is a 99% catholic country with more than 350 churches on 315 km2, so homosexuality is not something we can talk about openly without seeing eyebrows going sky high, especially in case of the older generation....
Article Source: MaltaToday.com.mt US envoy on Human Rights for LGBTI persons Randy Berry says Malta is the best example of the global move towards the acceptance of LGBTI communities. US special envoy for the human rights of LGBTI persons Randy Berry hailed Malta a leading example in the push for the rights of the LGBTI community. In a meeting held at the President’s Palace and co-hosted by the President’s...
Article Source: TimesOfMalta.com More than 60 per cent of Maltese people would be comfortable with a gay prime minister but only 40 per cent would accept a premier who was not Christian, a new Eurobarometer survey shows. The European Commission report, based on surveys carried out in May and June this year, says that 50 per cent of the population would also be comfortable with a transgender person leading the country. This represents...
Article Source: TimesOfMalta.com The civil unions legislation that was approved by Parliament on Monday has created a sea of emotions for many different reasons. Kurt Sansone reports on what impact the law will have. Only three years ago Malta was the last-but-one country in the world to introduce divorce. A one-year heated debate that ended with a majority of people voting for divorce in a referendum had closed the chapter on an...