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If children result from this, it is hard to imagine what their parents tell them about the night Mom and Dad first met.My grandparents once told me that they met outside a Depression-era dance hall, since my unemployed grandmother didn’t have the 10 cents necessary to get in, but maybe I just didn’t hear the whole story. Here is what I have learned: in Denmark, it is bad manners to ask a girl to dance, but it is good manners to get very drunk, make sure she is drunk too, and ask her to come back to your place.Copenhagen is known as a LGBTQ-friendly city where anyone is of course always welcome anywhere. Be free, be safe and most of all be yourself anywhere you go.Continuing the city’s history of promoting gay rights and acceptance, Copenhagen is hosting the World Pride in 2021 and the Euro Games in 2021.Watch the film to see, what Copenhagen has to offer you as an LGBT traveller.Copenhagen is home to one of Europe’s oldest gay bars, Centralhjørnet from 1917, which openly became a gay bar in 1950’s.She will quite likely say yes, if only in a misguided audition for the role of girlfriend, leaving you both a little sad and bitter the next morning.Long ago, before I ever thought of living here, a Danish woman told me that her country was a place with a lot of sex but not very much love.
2009 - Registered gay couples could adopt children.
But much like other reported miracles, such as Christ walking on water or an American president delivering a speech he wrote himself, it’s something I’ve never seen with my own eyes.
For one thing, Danish people seem to think that talking to strangers is uncouth.
Ask Danish men why they don’t chat up women, and they say that women don’t want to be approached.
They’ll make fun of you; they’ll think you’re desperate. What men want of course, is the same thing that has produced a world population currently approaching 7 billion.