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  • Greek Bishop Amvrosios Found Guilty of Homophobia and Hatred
    by Nick Kampouris on 28/01/2019 at 18:01

    Amvrosios, the Greek-Orthodox bishop of Kalavryta, was found guilty of abuse of ecclesiastical office and incitement to hatred  by a court in Aigio on Monday. The northern Peloponnese bishop had advised people to spit on gays in 2015, saying ”do not go near them! Do not listen to them! Do not trust them! They are the

  • Cohabitation Agreement For LGBT Couples Constitutional, Greece’s Council of State Says
    by Nick Kampouris on 05/10/2018 at 16:18

    Greece’s Council of State announced that it has ruled as constitutional and in line with European law legislation the law that extends the cohabitation agreement to gay couples as well. It rejected as unjustified a call from some church leaders to ban the law. The court said that the private life of people, including their

  • The First Civil Partnership in Greece Takes Place in Volos (Photos)
    by Nick Kampouris on 10/09/2018 at 19:04

    Nathan and Chris have traveled many times in Greece and they fell in love with the country and its countless beauties. They are also in love with each other. So they decided to get married in Greece’s Volos, the sea-side port city of Thessaly in Central Greece, with its magnificent beaches and the amazing Pelion mountain;

  • LGBT Community Pens Open Letter to the Orthodox Church
    by Mary Harris on 24/06/2016 at 18:29

      Your All-Holiness, Holinesses, Beatitudes, Eminences and Graces, dear Fathers, brothers and sisters, dear delegates of the Holy and Great Council, The European Forum of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Christian Groups, an ecumenical association of more than 40 groups from across Europe, representing approximately 6,000 lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Christians, would like

  • Greek Church Prays for LGBT Abnormality, Ahead of Thessaloniki Pride
    by Mary Harris on 24/06/2016 at 18:10

    Members of the Greek Orthodox Church held an all-night prayer vigil on Thursday, ahead of the Thessaloniki Pride Festival due to take place at the capital of Macedonia from June 24-25. The festival has been denounced by church members as a “festival of abnormality and dishonor.” Church spokesman Father Stephanos said that the vigil is

  • Bishop Lashes Against LGBT Community After Crucifixion Advertising Gay Pride
    by Mary Harris on 10/06/2016 at 20:19

    Bishop Amvrosios of Kalavryta is clearly not pleased with the creation of a poster advertising Gay Pride Thessaloniki depicting the Crucifixion with hearts bearing the message “no hate.” Outraged, the bishop referred to the poster advertising Gay Pride for June 24-25 as “provocation.” He wrote: “Devotees and followers of rough intimate rapport, known as Gays,

  • Eight Same-Sex Couples Enter Civil Partnership in Cyprus
    by Evgenia Choros on 19/04/2016 at 13:34

    Sixteen couples have entered into a civil partnership agreement since last December when the relevant law passed by Cyprus’ Parliament came into force. Eight of them were same-sex couples. A workshop organized on Monday in Nicosia showed that despite significant progress in the legislative framework of Cyprus, much remains to be done for the social

  • Thessaloniki Hoteliers Looking to Lure LGBT Travelers to Boost Tourism
    by Ioanna Zikakou on 15/10/2015 at 10:29

    The hoteliers of Greece’s second largest city, Thessaloniki, are looking to promote their town as an LGBT-friendly  (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender) tourist destination as part of their aim to attract visitors from specialized market segments, their union said on Wednesday. Thessaloniki Hotels Association (THA) hosted jointly with specialized online travel platform Destsetters a one-day

  • Greek Politicians and Artists Attend Athens Pride
    by Ioanna Zikakou on 14/06/2015 at 15:21

    The 11th annual Athens Pride took place in downtown Athens on Saturday, June 13. This year’s event used the slogan “Take a Stand,” demanding equal rights for the LGBT community. Greek artists such as Polina, Demy, Melisses, Marietta Fafouti and Afroditi Manou performed in Klafthmonos Square for the crowd gathered to support the cause. Naturally, the

  • Greece Ranks 21st on Rainbow Europe Map and Index
    by Ioanna Zikakou on 14/05/2015 at 12:14

    The recognition of LGBTI rights in Europe still poses a challenge to this day, since it appears that in several cases, states and societies have failed to respond adequately. ILGA- Europe in collaboration with Rainbow Index conducted a report and found that several European countries can be described as “unfriendly” toward the LGBTI community. They are far

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  • How COVID-19 is affecting queer lives
    by Ugla Stefanía Kristjönudóttir Jónsdóttir on 24/03/2020 at 07:30

    Ugla Stefanía on the effects the corona-virus pandemic has on queer lives. OPINION As a self-declared hermit and introvert, the government advising people to stay at home couldn’t actually have been better news for me. While I definitely enjoy going to events, meeting people, speaking publicly and so on, I honestly cannot think of anything

  • Kiki queer bar closes temporarily due to COVID-19
    by Lucas Schndr on 18/03/2020 at 11:31

    One of Reykjavík’s most popular hangouts for LGBT+ people, Kiki queer bar, on Laugavegur 22, has closed temporarily due to the spread of COVID-19 in Iceland. Manager Árni Grétar Jóhannsson says safety is the key word to all of this. COVID-19 is still spreading in Iceland according to recent reports. The public gatherings ban took

  • A new database that will make queer women ‘harder to ignore’
    by Yaz Duncan on 14/03/2020 at 11:54

    Back in 2017, GayIceland reported that a new database on the history of queer women in Iceland before 1960 was in the making. The wait is over. Ásta Kristín Benediktsdóttir, Hafdís Erla Hafsteinsdóttir and Íris Ellenberger have now launched Iceland’s, and possibly the world’s, first database on queer women and thier lives. The database is

  • “To be allowed to be queer in Portugal is still a privilege”
    by Lucas Schndr on 05/03/2020 at 06:58

    Coming up tonight, Thursday evening, at Gaukurinn bar, Fado Bicha will subvert a traditional Portuguese music genre to express a moving perspective on queer identities and experiences in a deeply poetic – yet fiercely activist – show. Be prepared as Lila (singer, writer) and João (instrumentalist, arranger) vow to take you on the craziest emotional

  • “Bisexual women most likely to experience domestic abuse”
    by Isaac Würmann on 28/02/2020 at 06:44

    The City of Reykjavík released a pamphlet about domestic violence in queer relationships. The pamphlet, released by the city’s Human Rights office, is meant to help LGBTQI+ people who may be affected by domestic violence as well as to educate domestic violence service providers on the specifics of queer relationships. “We need to start talking

  • The Right To Bodily Integrity for Intersex People Must Be Respected
    by Ugla Stefanía Kristjönudóttir Jónsdóttir on 24/02/2020 at 07:13

    OPINION BY UGLA STEFANÍA 2020 is here. Roughly seven months ago one of the most monumental law about trans and intersex rights was passed in the Icelandic parliament. While the people behind the law were adamant on the law ensuring the rights of transgender and intersex people alike, the parliament made changes to the law, effectively

  • Host of documentary on trans youth: “Children today are so far ahead of us”
    by Friðrika Benónýsdóttir on 16/02/2020 at 15:31

    Trans Children (Trans börn) is a documentary in three episodes that’s currently being shown on Icelandic TV channel Stöð 2 (Channel 2). In the documentary Sigrún Ósk Kristjánsdóttir follows four families of trans children for two years and the viewer gets to know their joys, sorrows and challenges during that time. The idea is not

  • Rainbow Reykjavík begins – “Probably the best so far”
    by Lucas Schndr on 13/02/2020 at 08:05

    Iceland’s winter LGBT festival commences today, with a program full of exciting events.  Iceland is definitely not like the other girls: not content with holding its Pride Parade in August while almost every other country in the world marches in June, Iceland has actually another Pride event in winter – although much more intimate than

  • New Men-Only Club to Open in Reykjavík
    by Michael Ryan on 04/02/2020 at 07:28

    “No Name – Boys Club” set to be the only space exclusively for boys to have some fun! Whether you feel it or not, Reykjavík is overflowing with queer-owned spaces to congregate. Of course, there’s the classic Kiki Queer Bar for dancing the night away to Robin and Cher. There’s Guakurinn for LGBT comedy nights

  • Bears on Ice becomes Reykjavík Bear
    by Lucas Schndr on 27/01/2020 at 07:29

    Last year saw the very last edition of the 15-year-old bear event Bears on Ice which attracted each year since 2005 many hirsute gents from all over Iceland and beyond. 2020 however will be the birth year of its spiritual child, Reykjavík Bear. From September 3 to 6, Reykjavík Bear will carry on and build

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  • Decade of Baltic Pride in Lithuania: How was the first LGBT community march reflected in the media?
    by Eglė on 27/03/2020 at 09:32

    This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Baltic Pride festival in Lithuania. On the occasion of this anniversary, it is interesting to remember how the first LGBT community march, which took place in Vilnius on May 8, 2010, was presented in Lithuanian media. According to an article by Darja Davydova written for publication “Changing The post Decade of Baltic Pride in Lithuania: How was the first LGBT community march reflected in the media? appeared first on LGL.

  • Professor V. Mizaras on LGBT rights achievements in Lithuania: there is progress, but it’s important to defend rights
    by Eglė on 12/03/2020 at 07:47

    2019 was a significant year for the LGBT community because of the important achievements made when defending its rights before national and supranational courts. In this interview, Vytautas Mizaras, a professor of the Faculty of Law in Vilnius University (VU), reviews the major achievements of LGBT human rights over the past year and looks at The post Professor V. Mizaras on LGBT rights achievements in Lithuania: there is progress, but it’s important to defend rights appeared first on LGL.

  • LGL Annual Report for 2019 Now Available Online
    by Eglė on 10/03/2020 at 10:48

    The National LGBT rights organization LGL is proud to announce the annual report for 2019. Transparency and independence from any political or financial interests are one of the most important goals for our organization in order to achieve effective inclusion and social integration of local LGBT community. LGL’s annual report for 2019 comprehensively presents organization’s The post LGL Annual Report for 2019 Now Available Online appeared first on LGL.

  • 2 videos on the law enforcement response to hate crimes have been published
    by Eglė on 03/03/2020 at 12:23

    On 22 February Europe commemorates European Day for Victims of Crime. Unfortunately, in Lithuania hate crimes are often regarded as less significant and dangerous, and despite the regulation established in the Criminal Code of the Republic of Lithuania, the motive of hate is often not considered as an aggravating circumstance. For a more effective law The post 2 videos on the law enforcement response to hate crimes have been published appeared first on LGL.

  • Lithuanian artist Alen Chicco suffered a homophobic attack in one of Vilnius bars
    by Eglė on 03/03/2020 at 11:02

    Last weekend for Tomas Alenčikas-Alen Chicco was extremely uncomfortable – a visit into one of the bars ended in an assault and beating. “No, it is not filter, it’s Lithuania”, after publishing the photo, wrote Alen Chicco. When journalists contacted Tomas, he said that he had been attacked on Sunday night at the “Pilėnai” bar The post Lithuanian artist Alen Chicco suffered a homophobic attack in one of Vilnius bars appeared first on LGL.

  • A Picture of a Same-Sex Kiss on Facebook Wreaks Havoc: Beizaras and Levickas v. Lithuania
    by Eglė on 10/02/2020 at 06:55

    STRASBOURG OBSERVERS, February 7, 2020 Ingrida Milkaite is a PhD researcher in the research group Law & Technology at Ghent University, Belgium. She is working on the research project ‘A children’s rights perspective on privacy and data protection in the digital age’ (Ghent University, Special Research Fund) and is a member of the Human Rights Centre at the Faculty of Law and The post A Picture of a Same-Sex Kiss on Facebook Wreaks Havoc: Beizaras and Levickas v. Lithuania appeared first on LGL.

  • R.I.S.E for change: Lithuania Remains Among the 6 Least Rainbow Family-Inclusive EU Countries
    by Eglė on 03/02/2020 at 13:07

    On April 1, 2001, just a few seconds after midnight, Mayor of Amsterdam was the first registrar in the world to marry a gay couple. That night four same-sex couples tied the knot, followed by another 382 who married in the same month. Currently sixteen European countries fully recognize same-sex marriages, while thirteen recognize a The post R.I.S.E for change: Lithuania Remains Among the 6 Least Rainbow Family-Inclusive EU Countries appeared first on LGL.

  • ECHR rules that Refusal to investigate hate-speech comments about same-sex kiss on Facebook was discriminatory
    by Eglė on 14/01/2020 at 09:27

    In today’s Chamber judgment1 in the case of Beizaras and Levickas v. Lithuania (application no. 41288/15) the European Court of Human Rights held, unanimously, that there had been: a violation of Article 14 (prohibition of discrimination) of the European Convention on Human Rights, taken in conjunction with Article 8 (right to respect for private and The post ECHR rules that Refusal to investigate hate-speech comments about same-sex kiss on Facebook was discriminatory appeared first on LGL.

  • Season’s Greetings from LGL: Thank you for the Success of the Baltic Pride!
    by Eglė on 19/12/2019 at 06:00

    2019 was a year of exciting challenges and inspiring victories for the National LGBT rights organization LGL. Thanks to your encouragement and support, LGL was able to take many important steps aimed at improving the LGBT human rights situation in Lithuania. This year, LGL has implemented a number of successful projects. The most notable of The post Season’s Greetings from LGL: Thank you for the Success of the Baltic Pride! appeared first on LGL.

  • First European Parliament resolution on LGBTI rights of the 9th legislature
    by Eglė on 18/12/2019 at 14:06

    On December 18th 2019, the European Parliament adopted its first text dedicated to LGBTI rights: a resolution on public discrimination and hate speech against LGBTI people. Malin Björk, Vice-president of the LGBTI Intergroup, said: “It is simply unacceptable to see “LGBTI-free zones” spread in an EU country.” “Adopting resolutions that discriminate against LGBTI people and their families will The post First European Parliament resolution on LGBTI rights of the 9th legislature appeared first on LGL.

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  • Lil Nas X says he ‘planned to die with the secret’ of his sexuality – then Old Town Road happened
    by Emma Powys Maurice on 05/04/2020 at 15:39

    Lil Nas X has admitted that he planned to remain in the closet for the rest of his life, until ‘Old Town Road’ made him a star at the age of 19. The country rap star was catapulted into fame early last year when his hit song went viral on TikTok. Just a few months … Continued The post Lil Nas X says he ‘planned to die with the secret’ of his sexuality – then Old Town Road happened appeared first on PinkNews - Gay news, reviews and comment from the world's most read lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans news service.

  • This gay grandson caring for his grandmother with dementia during the coronavirus crisis is unbelievably wholesome
    by Josh Milton on 05/04/2020 at 14:53

    A gay grandson caring for his 81-year-old grandmother with dementia has documented his time spent in lockdown as Britain comes to grips with the coronavirus. Tommy Ferris, 31, from Yate, Gloucestershire, recorded the tearjerking moments he shared with Nana Jean, from dancing together in the glow of living room lights to towing her wheelchair behind … Continued The post This gay grandson caring for his grandmother with dementia during the coronavirus crisis is unbelievably wholesome appeared first on PinkNews - Gay news, reviews and comment from the world's most read lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans news service.

  • Yet another attendee to the infamous Miami beach Winter Party – this time a gay nurse – is seriously ill from coronavirus
    by Emma Powys Maurice on 05/04/2020 at 14:38

    Yet another person who attended the the annual LGBT+ fundraiser Winter Party Festival has been hospitalised for coronavirus. The event in Miami, Florida, took place from March 4-10 and was packed with more than 10,000 people. Shortly after the event, organisers confirmed that an attendee was diagnosed with coronavirus. Several more attendees then shared on … Continued The post Yet another attendee to the infamous Miami beach Winter Party – this time a gay nurse – is seriously ill from coronavirus appeared first on PinkNews - Gay news, reviews and comment from the world's most read lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans news service.

  • Trans groups push for urgent government funding to support their communities through the pandemic
    by Emma Powys Maurice on 05/04/2020 at 12:36

    Multiple transgender organisations have joined calls for the US government to provide urgent funding to support trans people through the coronavirus pandemic. The California-based groups have written to governor Gavin Newsom proposing the creation of an Emergency Transgender Wellness and Equity Fund to address the urgent and long-term needs of the trans community. Trans people … Continued The post Trans groups push for urgent government funding to support their communities through the pandemic appeared first on PinkNews - Gay news, reviews and comment from the world's most read lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans news service.

  • LGBT charity tells young people to ‘hit pause’ on coming out while in lockdown with parents
    by Emma Powys Maurice on 05/04/2020 at 10:46

    An LGBT+ charity has advised young people to “hit pause” on coming out while self-isolating with their families during the coronavirus pandemic. The Albert Kennedy Trust (AKT), a charity that cares for the LGBT+ homeless, has warned young people to “think hard” before coming out at this time. The advice comes as LGBT+ helplines see … Continued The post LGBT charity tells young people to ‘hit pause’ on coming out while in lockdown with parents appeared first on PinkNews - Gay news, reviews and comment from the world's most read lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans news service.

  • Andrew Lloyd Webber is giving the gays everything they want by streaming his musicals during coronavirus crisis
    by Patrick Kelleher on 05/04/2020 at 08:45

    Andrew Lloyd Webber has decided to give the gays everything they want by streaming some of his most famous musicals for free during coronavirus lockdown. The acclaimed British composer will be allowing people to stream one of his musicals each week for free during the coronavirus pandemic through YouTube. The initiative has been aptly titled … Continued The post Andrew Lloyd Webber is giving the gays everything they want by streaming his musicals during coronavirus crisis appeared first on PinkNews - Gay news, reviews and comment from the world's most read lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans news service.

  • Elton John vows ‘we will not leave anyone behind’ as his AIDS foundation launches $1m emergency coronavirus fund
    by Emma Powys Maurice on 05/04/2020 at 08:41

    Sir Elton John has stepped up once again in the battle against coronavirus by launching a $1m emergency fund for HIV patients during the pandemic. With HIV care becoming more complicated in the face of COVID-19, the Elton John AIDS Foundation has pledged £815,000 ($1million) towards HIV medicines, testing and preventive treatment in marginalised communities. … Continued The post Elton John vows ‘we will not leave anyone behind’ as his AIDS foundation launches $1m emergency coronavirus fund appeared first on PinkNews - Gay news, reviews and comment from the world's most read lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans news service.

  • Artwork for Lady Gaga’s new album Chromatica has reportedly leaked online
    by Emma Powys Maurice on 04/04/2020 at 14:55

    The artwork for Lady Gaga’s feverishly-anticipated new album, Chromatica, appears to have leaked online ahead of its release. Gaga’s sixth studio album was due to be released on April 10 but has now been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. In a heartfelt Instagram post, the singer said it had been an “incredibly tough decision” … Continued The post Artwork for Lady Gaga’s new album Chromatica has reportedly leaked online appeared first on PinkNews - Gay news, reviews and comment from the world's most read lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans news service.

  • To the surprise of nobody, anti-LGBT hate preacher Franklin Graham is backing two of the most transphobic laws in American history
    by Emma Powys Maurice on 04/04/2020 at 14:07

    The evangelical hate preacher Franklin Graham has unsurprisingly praised two horrific anti-trans bills that have just passed in Idaho. The first bill, HB509, bans trans people from changing the gender on their birth certificates, flouting a previous a federal court ruling on the issue. The second, HB500, bans schools and colleges from letting trans girls … Continued The post To the surprise of nobody, anti-LGBT hate preacher Franklin Graham is backing two of the most transphobic laws in American history appeared first on PinkNews - Gay news, reviews and comment from the world's most read lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans news service.

  • Laganja Estranja admits coronavirus has ‘greatly impacted her career’ – but she won’t be defeated by lockdown
    by Reiss Smith on 04/04/2020 at 12:37

    Drag Race star Laganja Estranja is one of countless queer performers who’ve taken a financial hit due to coronavirus. With queer venues closed and Pride events cancelled across the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a major impact on drag queens and other queer creatives who depend on performing to make a living. “Coronavirus has … Continued The post Laganja Estranja admits coronavirus has ‘greatly impacted her career’ – but she won’t be defeated by lockdown appeared first on PinkNews - Gay news, reviews and comment from the world's most read lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans news service.

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  • Cadena de Relatos LGBTIQ+: «Un metro y medio»
    by formentera on 01/04/2020 at 17:00

    Un día más (y un día menos), seguimos alargando con nuestra cadena de relatos LGBTIQ+ para hacer más leve estos días de cuarentena por le COVID-19, esta vez con el relato «Un metro y medio». Recuerda que puedes participar enviándonos tu relatos lésbicos, relatos gays, bisexuales, trans, relatos queer en definitiva desde 300 a 1000 La entrada Cadena de Relatos LGBTIQ+: «Un metro y medio» aparece primero en Ambiente G.

  • Cadena de Relatos LGBTIQ+: «Mi amante, Mi asesino»
    by formentera on 31/03/2020 at 18:30

    Seguimos con nuestra cadena de relatos LGBTIQ+ para hacer más leve estos días de cuarentena, esta vez con un relato corto que nos ha enviado Joan P. Recuerda que puedes participar enviándonos tu relatos lésbicos, relatos gays, bisexuales, trans, relatos queer en definitiva desde 300 a 1000 palabras (si tiene más envíanos el relato en La entrada Cadena de Relatos LGBTIQ+: «Mi amante, Mi asesino» aparece primero en Ambiente G.

  • Diarios de cuarentena: parte 2 (Relatos LGBTIQ+)
    by Eva Rodriguez de Luis on 24/03/2020 at 17:00

    Seguimos con nuestra cadena de relatos LGBTIQ+ para hacer más leve estos días de cuarentena, esta vez con el desenlace de Diarios de cuarentena: parte 1, que por cierto trata precisamente del aislamiento que estamos sufriendo y cómo nos está afectando. Recuerda que puedes participar enviándonos tu relatos lésbicos, relatos gays, bisexuales, trans, relatos queer La entrada Diarios de cuarentena: parte 2 (Relatos LGBTIQ+) aparece primero en Ambiente G.

  • Carmen de Mairena ha muerto: adiós a una gran artista y un icono LGTBIQ+
    by Eva Rodriguez de Luis on 23/03/2020 at 07:04

    Hoy es otro día más de confinamiento necesario, pero será un poco más triste: ayer murió Carmen de Mairena, un personaje icónico para el colectivo LGTBIQ+ por su lucha y visibilización en épocas muy difíciles, pero también una actriz y cupletista de gran talento. Nuestro más sentido pésame y un gran abrazo a los suyos. La entrada Carmen de Mairena ha muerto: adiós a una gran artista y un icono LGTBIQ+ aparece primero en Ambiente G.

  • Diarios de Cuarentena: parte 1 (Relatos LGBTIQ+)
    by Eva Rodriguez de Luis on 20/03/2020 at 17:49

    Comenzamos esta cadena de relatos LGBTIQ+ para amenizar las horas de cuarentena por el coronavirus y lo hacemos con una historia dividida en dos partes que tiene como protagonistas a dos chicas en la cuarentena y la curiosa – y necesaria – vida que nos están dando nuestras terrazas y balcones. Se llama Diarios de La entrada Diarios de Cuarentena: parte 1 (Relatos LGBTIQ+) aparece primero en Ambiente G.

  • Relatos LGBTIQ+
    by formentera on 19/03/2020 at 07:00

    Para aprovechar las horas de cuarentena por el coronavirus, desde Ambiente G os proponemos una cadena de relatos LGBTIQ+. Hemos pensado que seguramente algunos estén aprovechando la reclusión para escribir, y otros tantos para leer. Así pues, queremos poner la plataforma que es Ambiente G a disposición de los lectores y escritores de relatos. ¿Qué La entrada Relatos LGBTIQ+ aparece primero en Ambiente G.

  • Covid-19: Cincuenta Orgullos ya han sido cancelados o pospuestos por la crisis del Coronavirus
    by José on 18/03/2020 at 10:37

    Muchos de vosotros seguro que nos leéis estos días confinados en casa. Es lo que toca. Todo el mundo sufre en estos momentos una pandemia que ya todos conocéis: el Coronavirus o Covid-19 nos está azotando con fuerza, afectando a miles de personas. Lamentablemente, también tenemos que hablar de personas fallecidas… Y es precisamente para La entrada Covid-19: Cincuenta Orgullos ya han sido cancelados o pospuestos por la crisis del Coronavirus aparece primero en Ambiente G.

  • Salgo del armario pero no de casa: el festival LGTBI+ para la cuarenta del COVID-19
    by Eva Rodriguez de Luis on 16/03/2020 at 06:32

    Corren tiempos difíciles y toca quedarse en casa – los afortunados que puedan llevar esta cuarentena sin salir a trabajar –. Para paliar esta cuarentena, numerosos artistas, publicaciones y servicios en streaming han ofrecido sus obras gratis para que aprovechemos estos días disfrutando de ellas. Asimismo, también se han organizado conciertos y sesiones improvisados – La entrada Salgo del armario pero no de casa: el festival LGTBI+ para la cuarenta del COVID-19 aparece primero en Ambiente G.

  • Violada por ser lesbiana: «espero que hayas aprendido la lección»
    by Eva Rodriguez de Luis on 09/03/2020 at 07:26

    Los que piensen que ya se ha conseguido la igualdad de las personas homosexuales y bisexuales frente a las hetero no pueden estar más equivocadas, incluso en países «desarrollados» del corazón de Europa. Sin ir más lejos, hace unas horas se conocía el veredicto de un juicio a un hombre que violó a una mujer La entrada Violada por ser lesbiana: «espero que hayas aprendido la lección» aparece primero en Ambiente G.

  • La amenaza del coronavirus se cierne sobre Eurovision 2020
    by Eva Rodriguez de Luis on 02/03/2020 at 08:11

    Seguimos en alerta (relativa) por el coronavirus o COVID-19. Y es que pese a las cifras y la alta tasa de contagio, la mortalidad de este microorganismo es baja, por lo que mejor actuar con sentido común, siguiendo las pautas de la OMS y no dejarse llevar por el alarmismo. Pero cuando un brote de La entrada La amenaza del coronavirus se cierne sobre Eurovision 2020 aparece primero en Ambiente G.

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  • Solange Dekker | ProfieLHBT+
    by Hans Prummel on 05/04/2020 at 22:10

    Mijn naam is Solange Dekker. Ik ben 24 jaar, geboren en getogen in ‘s-Hertogenbosch en op mijn 18e heb ik het dramatische zuiden verruild voor prachtig hartje Amsterdam.  In december 2019 deed ik mee aan Miss Trans Star International. Dit is een nationale beauty competitie voor transgenders met als doel aandacht te vragen voor problematiek waar.. Het bericht Solange Dekker | ProfieLHBT+ verscheen eerst op gaykrant,.

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    Stel: je bent een seksueel persoon, je zit in quarantaine en je wil seks, maar die mogelijkheid heb je niet in huis. Wat doe je dan? Een goed antwoord is om vooral géén seksdates te gaan hebben. Helaas gebeurt dit wel nog steeds, maar sorry, dan ben je echt niet verantwoord bezig. Doe het #NuffNIET.. Het bericht Premium Porno verscheen eerst op gaykrant,.

  • Anderhalve meter afstand!
    by Hans Prummel on 04/04/2020 at 22:10

    De maatregelen tegen de verspreiding van het coronavirus zouden inmiddels bij iedereen bekend moeten zijn, maar kunnen niet genoeg benadrukt worden. Zelfs onze voorouders wisten het al, volgens cartoonist ReinArt. Dus nogmaals: blijf zo veel mogelijk thuis, houd anderhalve meter afstand van anderen en was regelmatig je handen! Meer informatie is te vinden via: rijksoverheid.nl.. Het bericht Anderhalve meter afstand! verscheen eerst op gaykrant,.

  • “Zie je me nu niet lachen? Zie je me nu niet leven?”
    by Hans Prummel on 03/04/2020 at 22:10

    Danser, musicalacteur en choreograaf Perry Dossett (53) leeft sinds 1990 met hiv. Lange tijd was hij in ontkenning, en wilde hij geen patiënt zijn. Maar die tijd is voorbij. Een gesprek over strijdbaarheid, zelfacceptatie en openheid. “Ik ga leven!” Tekst: Rick Meulensteen Fotografie: Martijn Gijsbertsen “Maak maar geen verdere plannen” was wat Perry te horen.. Het bericht “Zie je me nu niet lachen? Zie je me nu niet leven?” verscheen eerst op gaykrant,.

  • Schokkende discriminatie-cijfers op scholen: “hardere aanpak noodzakelijk”
    by Hans Prummel on 03/04/2020 at 14:08

    Ruim een kwart van de Nederlanders (27 procent) ervaart discriminatie. Scholieren en studenten hebben hier vaker mee te maken. Tot deze schokkende conclusie komt het Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau (SCP) dat onderzoek deed naar ervaren discriminatie. Vooral LHB-ers (lesbiennes, homoseksuelen en biseksuelen) en jongeren met een migratieachtergrond ervaren dat. Schrikbarend is ook dat het aantal.. Het bericht Schokkende discriminatie-cijfers op scholen: “hardere aanpak noodzakelijk” verscheen eerst op gaykrant,.

  • Gun jezelf het beste
    by Hans Prummel on 03/04/2020 at 13:00

    Bij PAKKEND Amsterdam staat toegankelijkheid voorop. Maar wat betekent dat eigenlijk? Ten eerste gaat er niks boven de vrijheid je te kleden zoals jíj dat wilt. Met je kleding vul je een groot canvas met persoonlijke expressie. Dat dresscodes langzaam beginnen te vervallen biedt hier natuurlijk een helpende hand. Ten tweede: maatwerk. Als maatwerkspecialist maken.. Het bericht Gun jezelf het beste verscheen eerst op gaykrant,.

  • Roze Zaterdag Leeuwarden jaar uitgesteld
    by Hans Prummel on 01/04/2020 at 11:33

    Roze Zaterdag in Leeuwarden gaat dit jaar niet door. De Friese hoofdstad gaat de LHBT+-manifestatie nu in 2021 organiseren. De landelijke stichting Roze Zaterdagen Nederland heeft dit vandaag besloten. De maatregel is genomen vanwege het coronavirus. Het besluit is onvermijdelijk, aldus de woordvoerder van stichting Roze Zaterdagen Nederland. “Het belang van de gezondheid van bezoekers.. Het bericht Roze Zaterdag Leeuwarden jaar uitgesteld verscheen eerst op gaykrant,.

  • Songfestival, confetti en klootjesvolk
    by Hans Prummel on 31/03/2020 at 22:10

    Elke maand besteedt de boekenredactie van de Gaykrant in deze rubriek aandacht aan nieuw verschenen boeken met een LHBT+ thema of geschreven door een roze auteur. Dit in nauwe samenwerking met lezerscommunity Hebban. Juist nu zoveel mensen thuiszitten vanwege het coronavirus, is er meer tijd om boeken te lezen. Wij zetten er vijf voor jou.. Het bericht Songfestival, confetti en klootjesvolk verscheen eerst op gaykrant,.

  • Nu is de tijd om de barricades op te gaan
    by Hans Prummel on 31/03/2020 at 22:10

    California, 25 juli 2008. Ter ere van 40 jaar Stonewall interviewt dragqueen Lady Bunny AIDS-activist en schrijver Larry Kramer. Als mede-oprichter van ACT UP en Gay Mens Health Crisis zijn Kramer’s woorden omtrent de huidige stand van zaken in het activisme van de LHBT+ gemeenschap confronterend en duidelijk: “It is our responsibility to take responsibility.. Het bericht Nu is de tijd om de barricades op te gaan verscheen eerst op gaykrant,.

  • Kleurrijke Henk Winters, wereldberoemd in West
    by Hans Prummel on 31/03/2020 at 17:58

    Vandaag bereikte de redactie het nieuws dat de Amsterdamse gay activist van het eerste uur Henk Winters is overleden. Hij was al enige tijd ernstig ziek. Vrienden van hem reageerden geschokt. Kort voor zijn overlijden had de Gaykrant een uitgebreid interview met hem. Het volledige gesprek zal in juni in het magazine ‘Queer Bos en.. Het bericht Kleurrijke Henk Winters, wereldberoemd in West verscheen eerst op gaykrant,.

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  • Lil Nas X: "Ich wollte das Geheimnis mit ins Grab nehmen"
    on 05/04/2020 at 12:13

    (Boulevard - International) Im Gespräch mit dem britischen "Guardian" erklärt der schwule Rapper, warum er sich eigentlich nie outen wollte. Dennoch möchte er die LGBTI-Community "zu 100 Prozent repräsentieren".

  • Brandbrief an Spahn: Stoppen Sie das Blutspendeverbot!
    on 05/04/2020 at 11:19

    (Politik - Deutschland) Um Leben in der Corona-Krise zu retten, fordert die FDP vom Bundesgesundheitsminister die sofortige Aufhebung des Blutspende-Verbots für schwule und bisexuelle Männer sowie für trans Menschen.

  • Scheinheiliger Messechef schmeißt hin
    on 05/04/2020 at 08:35

    (Politik - Deutschland) Er inszenierte sich als größter Straight Ally der Hauptstadt und umwarb gleichzeitig LGBTI-feindliche Folterländer. Nun tritt Christian Göke als Geschäftsführer der Messe Berlin zurück.

  • Gewinnspiel: Zitronenjoghurt mit Buttermilch
    on 05/04/2020 at 07:24

    (Gewinnspiel) Wir verlosen fünfmal das neue Buch von Jan Ranft mit 69 bösen, komischen und wunderbaren Geschichten aus der Schwulenwelt.

  • Ein queerer Osterspaziergang in den eigenen vier Wänden
    on 04/04/2020 at 12:31

    (Buch - Literatur) In "So gerade / nicht - Queere Lyrik 2020" hat Herausgeber Stefan Hölscher auf 120 Seiten schöne, spannende, erotische und witzige Gedichte queerer Autor*innen aus dem deutschsprachigen Raum versammelt.

  • Die Angst vor dem eigenen Mister Hyde in sich
    on 04/04/2020 at 07:11

    (Film & TV - Dramen) Niemand weiß, dass Markus pädosexuell ist: Savas Ceviz' Debütfilm "Kopfplatzen" mit Max Riemelt in der Hauptrolle ist eine beklemmende Studie über jemanden, der seine Unschuld verloren hat, ohne - bislang - schuldig geworden zu sein.

  • Gewinnspiel: Dichterkinder
    on 04/04/2020 at 06:36

    (Gewinnspiel) Wir verlosen fünfmal das neue Buch von Armin Strohmeyr über Erika und Klaus Manns extravagante Freundschaften.

  • Ein Roman, der einem die Kehle zuschnürt
    on 04/04/2020 at 06:19

    (Buch - Literatur) Vom Aids-Chicago zum Terror-Paris: In "Die Optimisten" verwebt Rebecca Makkai virtuos zwei Geschichten über Traumata und die Rettung durch Liebe. Extrem emotional, ohne melodramatisch zu werden.

  • USA lockern Blutspendeverbot für Schwule
    on 03/04/2020 at 14:06

    (Politik - International) Ein schwuler oder bisexueller Mann kann zwischen Los Angeles und New York künftig bereits nach drei Monaten Abstinenz Blut spenden. In Deutschland ist die Sex-Karenzzeit vier Mal so lang.

  • Wilson Cruz: Heteros in Homo-Rollen sind "Lockmittel, um Filmpreise zu kriegen"
    on 03/04/2020 at 13:29

    (Film & TV - Aktuell) Der offen schwule Schauspieler will zwar nicht Heterosexuelle grundsätzlich aus Homo-Rollen verbannen, will aber auf eine Problematik aufmerksam machen.

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  • Black et gay au cinéma
    by Michael on 04/04/2020 at 16:30

    Boy Culture (2007) USA Sortie(s) : 31 janvier 2007 (France)23 mars 2007 (USA) Comédie 91 mn Distribution : Derek Magyar (X), Darryl Stephens (Andrew), Jonathon Trent (Joey), Patrick Bauchau (Gregory), Synopsis : Après 10 ans de carrière, X est tout chamboulé....

  • France.TV / Slash : des bonnes séries LGBT à découvrir en intégralité gratuitement
    by Michael on 04/04/2020 at 15:13

    SKAM FRANCE (2018-) 5 saisons disponibles sur France TV Slash Adaptée de la série norvégienne à succès, Skam France suit le parcours de vie d’un groupe de lycéens entre les premiers émois, les conflits avec les parents, les problèmes scolaires et la quête...

  • Hollywood : découvrez les premières images de la série Netflix de Ryan Murphy
    by Michael on 03/04/2020 at 16:10

    Le prolifique Ryan Murphy est bientôt de retour avec sa nouvelle série, "Hollywood". Découvrez les premières images de votre prochaine série Netflix. Ryan Murphy est un réalisateur de séries très prolifique et il ne compte pas s’arrêter de sitôt. Après...

  • Timothée Chalamet et Armie Hammer confirmés dans la suite de Call Me by Your Name
    by Michael on 03/04/2020 at 15:59

    Un deuxième opus de Call Me by Your Name est bel et bien sur les rails, et les deux acteurs principaux ont officiellement rejoint le projet. Après des mois d’incertitude, le voile est enfin levé. Oui, les fans d’Elio et Olivier se verront offrir dans...

  • Quand les hétéros virent homo au cinéma
    by Michael on 02/04/2020 at 15:46

    Adieu, je t'aime France Date de sortie : 04 Mai 1988 Réalisateur : Claude Bernard-Aubert Comédie Dramatique 90 mn Distribution : Bruno Cremer (Michel Dupré), Marie-Christine Barrault (Nicole Dupré), Stéphane Bonnet (Philippe), Synopsis : Nicole est une...

  • Quatre nouveaux teasers pour annoncer la saison 3 de Killing Eve
    by Michael on 02/04/2020 at 15:18

    Carolyn, Eve, Niko et Villanelle sont prêts pour la reprise. La BBC America a dévoilé de nouvelles vidéos promo pour annoncer la saison 3 de Killing Eve , qui a été avancée de deux semaines en raison du Coronavirus et qui débarquera sur nos écrans dès...

  • Ce court métrage capture les micro-agressions des transgenres
    by Michael on 01/04/2020 at 16:48

    Nous savons que des micro-agressions se produisent chaque jour pour de nombreuses personnes d'identité et de communauté marginalisées, et grâce à un nouveau court métrage stylé du réalisateur Braden Summers , nous sommes confrontés à cette réalité et...

  • Tiger King : c'est quoi ce nouveau docu-série sur Netflix ?
    by Michael on 01/04/2020 at 16:39

    Le royaume des fauves, aka "Tiger King", c’est le nouveau docu-série qui cartonne sur Netflix. Une plongée dans le monde des zoos aux Etats-Unis aussi hallucinante que fascinante. Netflix est connu pour ses séries qui cartonnent et qui font parler sur...

  • Pas de fin pour Empire, l'ultime saison de la série hip hop coupée par le Coronavirus
    by Michael on 01/04/2020 at 16:28

    La saison 6 s'arrêtera plus tôt que prévue. La vraie fin ne sera jamais tournée. Cookie n'aura pas le droit à la fin qu'elle méritait ! Phénomène de la télé américaine l'année de son lancement, la série Empire a sombré au fil des ans et se termine maintenant...

  • La saison 3 de Star Trek: Discovery arrive bientôt
    by Michael on 01/04/2020 at 16:24

    Le producteur Alex Kurtzman a teasé le retour de Michael Burnham sur Twitter. De nouveaux épisodes de Star Trek Discovery se profilent à l'horizon. Plus d'un an après la fin époustouflante de la saison 2, le showrunner et producteur Alex Kurtzman a annoncé...

  • Protect, Adapt and Rally: A Three-part Plan to Support the LGBTI Movement through the Covid-19 Crisis
    by ana on 03/04/2020 at 11:26

    The Covid-19 crisis is generating complex challenges for the day-to-day work of LGBTI activist organisations, while it has become clear the global reaction to the virus is hitting marginalised communities disproportionally hard. ILGA-Europe’s three part plan seeks to help LGBTI organisations navigate and adapt to a constantly changing landscape, and work towards the time when the immediate […]

  • Covid-19: How to Communicate Clearly as an LGBTI Group
    by ana on 02/04/2020 at 09:23

    The Covid-19 crisis situation is changing every day, and as an LGBTI organisation you are going to want to keep your audience updated about what specifically matters to them. ILGA-Europe’s strategic communications consultant, Sho Konno, gives his key advice for communicating at this time. As the situation with the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) develops on a daily basis, one of the […]

  • Covid-19 and Digital Security: How LGBTI Activists Can Safely Work Online
    by ana on 01/04/2020 at 14:25

    While the opponents of LGBTI equality might also be overwhelmed with Covid-19 and focus their attention less on LGBTI groups right now, the digital footprints we leave today will still be around for a long time to come, which could make us more vulnerable after the crisis is over. So, now that most of our activities have moved online, how do we stay safe and secure? Here are tools and tips from […]

  • Covid-19: Re-thinking 2020 for Activist Organisations
    by ana on 30/03/2020 at 22:10

    In every activist organisation, previously solid plans are up in the air as we adapt to a new and never before experienced working landscape. With more questions than answers on the table, our Programmes Director, Bjorn Van Roozendaal shares some tips for rethinking 2020. Never before have activist organisations felt as challenged in planning our work as we do now. Many of you are asking the same […]

  • Working From Home: How The ILGA-Europe Staff Are Striving Forward!
    by ana on 20/03/2020 at 10:01

    Check out these top tips from our management team as they tell their personal stories of suddenly finding themselves working from home. As with many in these unprecedented times, the staff of ILGA-Europe are working from home for the foreseeable future. However, we’re not working alone. Through messaging apps, video-conference software and e-mails, we’re staying connected, holding […]

  • International Women’s Day 2020: Meet 4 Fierce Activists Working for LBTI Rights!
    by ana on 08/03/2020 at 07:58

    Yiulia, Aum, Bella and Audrey may live in very different countries in Europe, but they have a lot in common: They are strong, powerful workers for and defenders of LBTI rights. Today, March 8, be inspired by these feminist, trans, bisexual and intersex activists and join their fight for equality on International Women’s Day! Who is Bella FitzPatrick? Meet a powerhouse bisexual activist, […]

  • How France, Denmark and The Netherlands have put LGBTI Europeans at risk
    by ana on 28/02/2020 at 10:53

    While joining the EU could be key to helping make gender recognition and same-sex marriage a reality in Western Balkan countries, the blocking of Albania and North Macedonia’s next steps towards membership is having the opposite effect.  Four of the five countries who are candidates for future membership of the European Union have basic protections for LGBTI people in place (the fifth, […]

  • How Official Anti-LGBTI Hate Speech is Directly Translating into Hate Crime across Europe
    by ana on 21/02/2020 at 07:05

    ILGA-Europe’s Annual Review identifies a sharp rise in anti-LGBTI hate-speech across the European region, often carried out by public figures. To mark European Day for Victims of Crime (February 22), we report on the ways in which such rhetoric is in turn violently affecting the lives LGBTI people. Throughout 2019, there was sharp increase in physical attacks on LGBTI people across the […]

  • Charting a Sharp Rise in Anti-LGBTI Hate Speech Across Europe
    by ana on 14/02/2020 at 10:23

    While this week Switzerland made hate speech illegal against people based on their sexual orientation, in 2019 one of the trends observed in ILGA-Europe’s Annual Review is a sharp rise in on-and-offline anti-LGBTI hate speech, often from political leaders, across Europe. As our Executive Director, Evelyne Paradis, recently shared at the Google Online Safety Summit, […]

  • Activism on the Intersections: Being part of the indigenous Sámi community and LGBTI
    by ana on 06/02/2020 at 11:39

    February 6 is Sámi National Day, when indigenous communities from the Sápmi region in Finland, Norway, Sweden and Russia commemorate the first Sámi congress, which was held in 1917. LGBTI Sámi activist, Anne Olli tells us what it means to be at the intersection of two minorities –and what you can do to be a Sámi ally! LGBTI and Sámi activist Anne […]

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