Is this a good city for LGBT expatriates? Why or why not?

One million percent! One of the most progressive open minded cities I've lived in. Argentina legalized same-sex marriage in 2010, the first country in Latin America to do so. Huge pride parade every year (November). Official ministry of non-discrimination. Intentionally work in regards to sexual diversity (see below for racial issues, however). If you're LGBT you can meet folks, date, get married, have assisted reproductive services here, you name it. - Jul 2020


I think there is a vibrant LGBT scene here. Again, huge international city with all sorts of options for all sorts of people. - Jul 2019


Yes. Gay Marriage has been legal here for a few years now and I have seen many same-sex couples holding hands in public. - Jun 2015


Yeah, Buenos Aires is probably more gay-friendly than where I'm from in North Carolina. - Jan 2015


Yes. Because of the size of the city, there is a community for all. - Aug 2014


Yes. - Aug 2011


Yes, the city is liberal compared to most of Latin America. There are specific gay night clubs for those who are interested. Still, you may not see much PDA among gay couples. - May 2011


Yes. There is a strong and thriving gay community in Buenos Aires. Caution should be taken when out of major metropolitan areas, however. - Jul 2008


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