Lima, Peru | Wednesday, May 22, 2013 05:55 pm | | |
Is this type of thing really necessary, you have a half page devoted to this ad,# mericorps says :
it's size and content are completly out of sinc with what all the other articals have been, please publish this comment, you failed to do so on my last comment. Thank you Bob
Thank you for printing this, it is a great guide and recognizes the diversity of your readers.# David Nash says :
Yes, this guide is necessary. It must be remembered that your readers will come from a range of ages, tastes and orientation. To discriminate would be totally unacceptable.# Javier Lizarzaburu says :
# robert says :
It`s interesting to notice how much modernity seems to be measured these days by how open and lively the local gay culture is. It's like in times of globalization there is less room for intolerance and closeted attitudes. However, for me, the idea of a modern city disappears once you look at this guide. What is wrong with Peruvian faces? Why this fixation in denying what we are and how we look like? We cannot ask for a more open and tolerant society when we ourselves are keeping out any sense of diversity - the very reason that makes Lima an exciting and different place.
I agree with you both, by the way Americorps,Is that your first name last name or not your name ?# Jerome Galea says :
I congratulate Living In Peru on this publication. The fact is that there are many gay visitors to Peru and many expats as well. This guide, while containing lots of social/commercial information, also contains a lot of health information crucial to visitors and residents alike. I think it shows that Lima is "growing up" and becoming not only an economically developed city but a modern and socially welcoming city as well. Kudos.# Markus says :
Thank you for posting this guide! It's important to have such a source for gay-lesbian travellers, and it also will certainly bring more tourist $$ to Peru. Thanks!# Hugo Sanchez says :
Thanks for your comments. This Gay guide is a new experience for us and we would like to create a better preuvian GLTB community including people from another countries. If you need help when are planning your trip you can contact us to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can give you a free help with suggest about places and activities. Thanks livinginperu.com!!!!# Heather Pack says :
Congratulations Jerome and the rest of the Epicentro crew! This is wonderful. I'm going to send out a copy to all my LGBT friends in Peru now!# Carmen Garland says :
Great addition to the site. This is valuable information for GLBT travelers.