Travelling Around the World as LGBTQ: What's it Really Like? Survey Request

Close Up of a European Map Folded in a Concertina


When you’re out in public with your partner do you feel comfortable holding hands or showing affection?

The fab people at Airport Parking Shop are asking the LGBTQ community what it’s like to travel around the world and what difficulties they face and how they overcome them.


I was in Madrid a couple of years ago with a gay friend, and we were completely taken aback at how many LGBTQ couples were holding hands in public and being affectionate (acting as heterosexual couples do).  It made us realise how little we'd seen that in other countries and was one of the reasons we fell in love with Madrid.

The results of the survey will, no doubt, be fascinating and insightful and we’d encourage anyone with a minute or two spare to offer their experiences. 

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