South & Latin America » Honduras
Gay Guide Honduras
The law allows consensual homosexual acts between men above the age of 15, but since 2005 the constitution has clearly prohibited same-sex marriage and adoption. And there are always brutal attacks on transvestites. There are no attempts to introduce anti-discrimination regulations; police and military raids are on the agenda. This negative situation has prevailed since the onset of AIDS. According to a 2017 survey, 75% of respondents were against marriage for all. There are three organisations fighting for the rights of homosexuals: Violet Collective, Gay Community and the Gay-and-Lesbian Group of Honduras. There is a small LGBT community in the capital Tegucigalpa. San Pedro Sula is considered one of the most dangerous cities in the world because of drug-related crime - but it was here that a Pride Parade with 400 participants took place in 2017. Around the islands off the mainland is the second largest coral reef in the world - after the Great Barrier Reef. Honduras is also home to numerous animal species and has the largest coherent patch of virgin rainforest in Central America.
Cities in Honduras
|La Ceiba||San Pedro Sula|
Location: Central America
International country code: 504 (no area codes)
International access code: 00
Language: Spanish; English
Currency: 1 Lempira (L) = 100 Centavos
Religions: 80% Catholic
Climate: The coastal lowlands are warm year-round. The mountainous interior is cool and rainy from May-Oct. On the Caribbean coast rain showers are very common all year round.
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