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BARBADOS

Male to Male relationships: Not Legal
Punishments for male to male relationships: Imprisonment of 10 years or more
Female to Female Relationships: Not Legal
Marriage and Substitutes for Marriage: No law

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Have you adopted as an LGBTI person in BARBADOS?

The majority of people visiting this site have said Never tried

I would like to but it is illegal (0 %) Tried, but denied (0 %) Yes (0 %) Yes, with my partner (0 %) Never tried (100%)

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The Gay Talk segment of the Charlie Spice Show was launched successfully on 13th Feb 2011.

Gay Talk is a show where the hosts engages the guests and the audience in open, lively and compelling discussion on the challenges faced by the members of gay and lesbian communities around the world.

The Charlie Spice Show is a weekly radio broadcast on the Internet. The show is a forum for the audience to address delicate, sensitive, controversial or taboo topics, which tend to be marginalized, ignored and swept under the carpet as a result of moralistic views, political expedience and hypocrisy.

The objective of the show is to offer an in-depth, unbiased look at the difficult issues as we seek to uncover the truth and take the audience beyond the speculations, misconceptions, lies, myths, stereotypes and hypocrisy about these taboo subjects, which continue to intrigue the masses on all sides of the fence.


The show is the brainchild of its host Charlie Spice, who is a former sex worker and sex trade operator with over 26 years experience in the Sex Industry. During his tenure,Charlie worked all sectors of the industry in the USA, UK, Europe and the Caribbean, before retiring in 2006/7 to pursue other ambitions such as his own Radio and TV talk shows.

Since retiring, Charlie has been using his knowledge and expertise to offer services as a Sex Industry Consultant, Guest Lecturer and Engagement Speaker on topics and issues related to the sex trade. He has done work with NGOs, Government Organisations, Health Organisations, HIV/AIDS Organisations and Universities. More bio information at http://charliespice.ning.com.

Charlie stated, "Launching my own radio talk show has been a compelling ambition for many years. But it was extremely difficult for me to achieve this goal with mainstream media because of my background in the sex industry.The decision makers of media organisations were always concerned about their audience's hypocritical conservativeness."

"My intention was to produce a show that was unbiased and tackled the difficult issues head on, without being marginalized by moralistic views, political expedience and hypocrisy."

With obvious passion and conviction, Charlie further emphasized, "It was also important that my show was produced to uncover the truth and take the audience beyond the speculations, misconceptions, lies, myths, stereotypes and hypocrisy about these taboo subjects, which continue to intrigue the masses on all sides of the fence.

"Therefore it became necessary for me to produce and launch my own show on the Internet, where I am able to set my own boundaries."

Even without prior experience in media production, the pilot episode "Gay Talk" was a success and has now set the stage for what promises to become a powerful voice for the Gay and Lesbian communities around the world. Charlie Spice has made their mark in the media arena and certainly in the minds of the gay and lesbian communities.

Gay Talk episodes can be heard at http://BlogTalkRadio.com/charliespice
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The Gay Talk segment of the Charlie Spice Show was launched successfully on 13th Feb 2011.

Gay Talk is a show where the hosts engages the guests and the audience in open, lively and compelling discussion on the challenges faced by the members of gay and lesbian communities around the world.

The Charlie Spice Show is a weekly radio broadcast on the Internet. The show is a forum for the audience to address delicate, sensitive, controversial or taboo topics, which tend to be marginalized, ignored and swept under the carpet as a result of moralistic views, political expedience and hypocrisy.

The objective of the show is to offer an in-depth, unbiased look at the difficult issues as we seek to uncover the truth and take the audience beyond the speculations, misconceptions, lies, myths, stereotypes and hypocrisy about these taboo subjects, which continue to intrigue the masses on all sides of the fence.


The show is the brainchild of its host Charlie Spice, who is a former sex worker and sex trade operator with over 26 years experience in the Sex Industry. During his tenure,Charlie worked all sectors of the industry in the USA, UK, Europe and the Caribbean, before retiring in 2006/7 to pursue other ambitions such as his own Radio and TV talk shows.

Since retiring, Charlie has been using his knowledge and expertise to offer services as a Sex Industry Consultant, Guest Lecturer and Engagement Speaker on topics and issues related to the sex trade. He has done work with NGOs, Government Organisations, Health Organisations, HIV/AIDS Organisations and Universities. More bio information at http://charliespice.ning.com.

Charlie stated, "Launching my own radio talk show has been a compelling ambition for many years. But it was extremely difficult for me to achieve this goal with mainstream media because of my background in the sex industry.The decision makers of media organisations were always concerned about their audience's hypocritical conservativeness."

"My intention was to produce a show that was unbiased and tackled the difficult issues head on, without being marginalized by moralistic views, political expedience and hypocrisy."

With obvious passion and conviction, Charlie further emphasized, "It was also important that my show was produced to uncover the truth and take the audience beyond the speculations, misconceptions, lies, myths, stereotypes and hypocrisy about these taboo subjects, which continue to intrigue the masses on all sides of the fence.

"Therefore it became necessary for me to produce and launch my own show on the Internet, where I am able to set my own boundaries."

Even without prior experience in media production, the pilot episode "Gay Talk" was a success and has now set the stage for what promises to become a powerful voice for the Gay and Lesbian communities around the world. Charlie Spice has made their mark in the media arena and certainly in the minds of the gay and lesbian communities.

Gay Talk episodes can be heard at http://BlogTalkRadio.com/charliespice
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