Colombians already enjoyed marriage equality as well as hate crime laws and gender identity protections, but I was curious about how it played out on the ground, for a visitor. Skyscrapers dotted the horizon just outside of the clean, modern airport which I found much easier to navigate than the airports of said cities. Much to my delight, I also saw men walking down the street holding hands. With a population of about 10 million people, Bogota had its own Gayborhood: Chapinero. The Queer Scouts, as they called themselves, arrived in a van complete with Pride anthems, Vodka, and an unshorn and untucked drag queen. The very gay bunch drove me across town to Brokeback Mountain, our first stop on the tour. Yes, named for the classic film, the venue had a vibe that mixed hole-in-the-wall with trendy, as Warhol-style paintings of Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal lined the wall.
Uppie a Mama Bogotana Linda Se le vio todo ese CULO RICO Wow q culo tan rico en transmillenio se ven ricos culos sigue así amigo!!