This is a list of notable events in the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights that took place in Spain. Contents. [hide]. 1 prior to 6th century; 7th Century; 15th century. 2 17th century; 3 18th century; 4 19th century; 5 20th century. Franco era; Post-Franco. 6 21st century.prior to · 20th century. Homosexuality in Spain - Spain: Nation Research Project Corinne. Age: 29. Hello gentleman my name is Angel 38dd/25/35 and 30 year old Another area that is very popular with the gay community - just an hour outside of Barcelona, is Sitges. Related Questions What are some cultural faux pas in Spain? Today Spain is statistically the most accepting country of homosexuality (“The Global Divide on Homosexuality”). However the journey to where Spain is now is an interesting one. Spain wasn't always as accepting of homosexuality as it is today. The most noticeable historical contrast from today's views is Spain's period. Alice. Age: 28. I'm a wild and exciting brunette! I consider myself a free spirit, down to earth and very easy going The Country That's Most Accepting of Homosexuality? Spain Jun 4, - 1) Views of homosexuality are most positive in Europe, especially Spain (88 percent there say it should be accepted by society), Germany (87 percent), and Czech Republic (80 percent). For the U.S., the number was 60 percent. Same-sex marriage is already legal in nine European nations, and France. May 17, - The Local takes a look some of the major advantages for the LGBT community in Spain. Kerry. Age: 24. Something MORE than what In today's modern society, Spain has some of the most liberal attitudes in the world towards homosexuality, transsexuality, and bisexuality. But this was not always the case. Due to the drastic government changes of the 20th and 21st centuries, as well as the strong opinions and influence of the Spanish Catholic Church, life. In the book Global Woman, many topics specific to women were covered including: nannies and maids as well as sex slaves and sex trafficking. In Spain these topics are not as prevalent as they are in other countries throughout the world. However, Spain is known as one of the most gay friendly countries in Europe and the. First off, no, Spain does not have very pro-gay laws. I take offense to that statement, because as an LGBT person in Spain, I am not conferred any extra special rights that others are not entitled to. It would be better to say, “the country has VE.