Buenos Aires is considered nowadays as one of the most popular gay capital cities South America. It is a city with a typical European feel: wide green avenues with sumptuous public buildings and gardens. The Plaza de Mayo is an excellent example, surrounded by the cathedral, the Mayor's house and the "Manzana de las Luces" Block of Lights. The Avenida 9 de Julio is the most important avenue, crowned by the Obelisk - a symbol of the city. In the Corrientes Avenue you will find the main theatres and entertainment venues.
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YouTube on Monday admitted that its family-friendly restricted mode had wrongly labeled some videos on its site. The company apologized and promised to fix the error after users complained that the site was filtering some videos about lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues. YouTube was pressed over the weekend by some of its biggest stars to address the issue, and the statement on Monday evening appeared to go further to address some of the complaints than a pair of previous statements, released on Sunday and Monday afternoon. Just looked at my videos with the "restricted mode" on.
LGBT rights in Argentina
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender LGBT rights in Argentina are among the most advanced in the world. Upon legalising same-sex marriage on 15 July , Argentina became the first country in Latin America , the second in the Americas , and the tenth in the world to do so. Argentina also "has one of the world's most comprehensive transgender rights laws":  its Gender Identity Law , passed in , allows people to change their legal gender without facing barriers such as hormone therapy , surgery or psychiatric diagnosis that labels them as having an abnormality. Societal acceptance is also very high.
A new survey showed a quarter of LGBT travellers hide their true selves on holiday. And it seems these instincts are not without foundation — the same survey, conducted by Virgin Holidays earlier this month , also found more than one in three LGBT travellers had experienced discrimination while on holiday. Burn was inspired to set up the company after a bad experience when on holiday in Egypt with his then boyfriend.