What’s it like to travel the world as a minority? Todd and Damon took to the world together when they decided that a roving retirement fit their inbuilt need for travel and adventure. Together, they lived in 28 different countries over the course of three years, before finally settling down in Mexico’s premier expat city—the colonial highland showpiece of San Miguel de Allende.
In this week’s episode, podcast host Jim Santos delves deeper into Todd and Damon’s experience of cultures around the world. As a gay couple, did they encounter prejudice? As a Black man, did Damon feel any sense of discrimination in the countries he and Todd spent time in? Which locations were more tolerant, which were more traditional, and where did they feel most accepted?
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• As a gay couple, did Todd and Damon encounter prejudice?
• Did Damon feel any sense of discrimination in the countries he and Todd spent time in?
• Which locations were more tolerant, which were more traditional, and where did they feel most accepted?
• If they had to give someone who is thinking of moving overseas words of advice, what would they be?
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