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Guayaquil: Vibrant Search for a Life Partner at the Heart of Ecuador

Homosexuality is legal in Guayaquil and civil unions are allowed too. It cannot be called marriage yet though couples attain same benefits as heterosexual couples because, in 2009, there was a law where marriage can only be referred to as a union between man and woman only. Discrimination is also legal and transgender people can serve in the military. Even though it is part of a conservative country like Ecuador, conversion therapy is banned here. Surgery is also not required when changing gender identity.

Isn’t Guayaquil moving forward to be a liberal city like Toronto, London, Madrid, Amsterdam, and Barcelona? In that case, we’ve prepared a roundup of some of the places where you can show how much your transsexual date means to you.


1. Bike or walk the trail at Isla Santay

There are plenty of things to do in this recreation area. It is a home to many mangroves and wetlands. There’s also a local community residing here. Aside from walking or biking, people can also do canoeing or kayaking.

You can also take a moment to talk to your transsexual partner when you go for lunch in the small village. There are also cabins if you are both interested to stay overnight. The best thing about Isla Santay is that it can offer you both relaxation and peace of mind.

2. Authentic Ecuadorian cuisine at Mercado Caraguay

Either you go here before going to Isla Santay or you can stop by after. Mercado Caraguay has more than 750 vendors but their popular offer is their awesome crabs. If your partner is feeling adventurous, you can also try ceviches, encebollados, and other seafood dishes. However, if you just want to bring something for your picnic, fresh options are also available here so go and buy whatever you need and for sure this market offers it.

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3. Know more about Ecuadorian culture at Museo Presley Norton

If you both have an appreciation for art, their 8,000 pieces of artistic works will surely a picture-perfect date for both of you. All artworks depict the pre-Colombian Valdivia culture. It was donated by a local businessman and his wife to the Ministry of Culture and Heritage.

Don’t worry, there are also many instagrammable spots here, so prepare your camera ahead of time. If you both have a deep understanding of the artworks, it will be a good time to discuss the story behind each display.

Dating Transsexuals in Guayaquil

Dating Transsexuals in Guayaquil

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