This is really interesting and certainly not in mainstream conversation where it belongs. Other than Constantino's story about leaving Guatemala, even we don't get many stories in the gay community of people emigrating for their sexual freedom.
Sexual expression isn't even mentioned in Wikihttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EmigrationThere are many reasons why people might choose to emigrate. Some are for reasons of religious, political or economic freedom or escape. Others have personal reasons such as marriage. Some people living in rich nations with cold climates choose to move to warmer climates when they retire.
Emigration had a profound influence on the world in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, when millions of poor families left Europe for the United States, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, the rest of Latin America, Australia and New Zealand.Factors leading to emigrationMotives to migrate can be either incentives attracting people away, known as pull factors, or circumstances encouraging a person to leave, known as push factors, for example
Lack of employment or entrepreneurial opportunities
Lack of political or religious rights
Restrictions on practice of religion
Shortage of farmland; hard to start new farms
Oppressive legal/political conditions
Military draft, warfare
Famine or drought
Cultural fights with other cultural groups
Expulsion by armed force or coercion
Better opportunities for acquiring farms for self and children
Cheap purchase of farmland
Instant wealth (as in California Gold Rush)
More job opportunities
Prepaid travel (from relatives)
Better welfare programmes
Join friends and relatives who have already moved
Build a new nation
Build religious community
This is a curious form of emigration, as I'd imagine it usually does not include the emigrant's existing family and since we are gay it is not an act of emigrating for our future generations. But it is valid just the same on an individual level.
You should write to Wiki and tell them your story so that they fix their entry on emigration.