Being the city with the youngest population and the capital of Jutland, one of the characteristics of Aarhus is its open, positive atmosphere with room for everyone. Aarhus is for Danish and international bisexuals, gays and transsexuals, as well.
LGBT groups are well-integrated in the city’s cultural scene, and a large part of the LGBT community is formed around the Danish association tradition. A large number of grassroots join forces and offer various sports and cultural activities, while they also work for more openness and understanding.
In Denmark, you will generally find an open and relaxed approach to gays and lesbians, and Aarhus is of course no exception. In many Western countries, a more tolerant attitude towards gays and lesbians has gained ground, but Denmark has led the way when it comes to ensuring equal rights for gays and lesbians.
When you want to go out and meet other gays, lesbians, bisexuals or transsexuals, G-Bar and Café Sappho are the places to go party.