Monthly Archive: June 2017

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A Gay History of San Francisco

San Francisco has long been synonymous with the gay community and the LGBT movement at large. But what makes a city partisan to such social and political progressiveness? It’s fair to say that while San Francisco was becoming a beacon of hope for gay men and women around the world – the policy of the...

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Germany votes to legalise gay marriage

Germany has voted to legalise gay marriage in a snap decision on legislation just days after Angela Merkel said she no longer opposed the vote and let her party members vote with their conscience. The bill, which gives gay couples the right to marry, was backed by 393 members of parliament (known as the Bundestag), with 262...

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Liam Neeson backs same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland

Actor Liam Neeson said that he supports the legalisation of gay marriage in his native Northern Ireland. The campaign is also backed by Stephen Fry, Gary Lightbody and Bronagh Waugh. Northern Ireland remains the only part of the United Kingdom where same-sex marriage is now illegal. Neeson said ‘We’ve had enough of a history in...

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Germany to consider vote on gay marriage

Politicians in Germany are pressing the Chancellor, Angela Merkel, for a vote in parliament on gay marriage after she suggested that her party may now be in favour of it. Mrs Merkel signalled that she supported a ‘decision of conscience’ on gay marriage, alluding that her party no longer opposes the matter. While Merkel’s party,...

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Best Gay Bars in Paris

While traditionally Paris has been known as the city of love, dive beneath its romantic facade and you’ll discover a city full of modern, kinky men looking to play and party in every arrondissement. Much of the gay action in Paris takes place just to the north of the River Seine, in and around the...