These Are The 10 Most LGBT Friendly Countries In Europe

Sadly, it’s still a statistics that matters.


Despite it being 2018, there are still unfortunately a number of countries where being anything other then straight is an issue.

We have already covered the countries across Europe that have the worst ratings for being ‘LGBT friendly’ – using information from The International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association.

Their statistics focus on the violations of human rights towards LGBT people throughout every country in Europe. It wasn’t surprising to find that Eastern European locations scored the lowest.

However, here we look at the opposite end of the spectrum, where the LGBT community is better-embraced, with each country being marked out of 100.

10. Netherlands – 64.44%


9. Spain – 66.81%


8. Denmark – 67.69%


7. Finland – 68.27%


6. Portugal – 69.16%


5. France – 70.92%


4. Belgium – 71.86%


3. United Kingdom – 75.73%


2. Norway – 77.74%


1. Malta – 91.04%



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