Monthly Archive: July 2017

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10 Reasons Indonesia Should be Your Next Holiday Destination

1. Seminyak Located on the island of Bali is the small but upmarket resort of Seminyak. It’s purported to be the spa and boutique capital of the island and attracts a more affluent crowd than nearby Kuta Beach. The area has undergone rapid development over the past 10 years but has retained a certain charm...

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Milan Gay Bars

Milan is Italy’s second largest city and the financial and fashion capital of the country. It’s widely considered to have one of the best gay scenes in the northern region, with a nice collection of Milan gay bars, clubs and fetish venues. Here are a few of our favourite places to hang out when you’re...

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Best Gay Bars in Stockholm

Sweden’s capital is home to over 2 million people and has one of the largest gay scenes in Scandinavia. The captivating, historic centre compromises 14 islands, connected by over 50 bridges. The main cohort of gay action in Stockholm takes place around Gamla Stan. Here is a selection of our favourite gay bars to check...

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Top Gay Bars in Washington DC

While you might consider Washington DC to be a place enveloped by politics and void of entertainment, there are plenty of gay bars and clubs. While it might not be the gay mecca of New York or San Francisco, you won’t be short of a place to relax with a beer and a boy after...

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Daily Mail columnist launches homophobic attack on Admiral Alex J. Burton

Daily Mail columnist Richard Littlejohn has launched a homophobic attack on Admiral Alex J. Burton after he condemned Donald Trump’s actions which banned transgender people serving in the United States Army. Earlier this week, Burton tweeted ‘As an @RoyalNavy_LGBT champion and senior warfighter I am so glad we are not going this way.’ The post from...

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Chinese ban on ‘gay media’ sparks online backlash

A crackdown on material featuring same sex couples in China has sparked a backlash on the country’s micro-blogging website Sina Weibo. In total, there were 84 categories banned by the Chinese authorities. These included drugs, prostitution, erotic behavior and anything pertaining to homosexual activity. The ruling from Beijing not only bans anything sexual but also any...

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Toronto’s Top Gay Bars

Canada’s most populous city Toronto is home to 2.6 million people and the largest gay community in the country. Most of the gay bars and clubs in Toronto are located down by the waterside in what is known as ‘Old Toronto’ where you’ll find everything from craft beer bars to popular fetish nights.   Woody’s...

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Gay Travel – Just how safe is it?

The world is more connected than ever before, with people travelling to all corners of the globe. But how safe is the world for LGBT travellers? Gay men and women in numerous countries across the world now enjoy the equality and freedoms they have for so long been denied. But these rights are not universally...

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Church of England votes to accept trans people

The Church of England has voted to further recognise and include trans people in the church community. They voted at the General Synod over the weekend, where Reverend Chris Newlands said that the church should act as a welcoming place for those who are transitioning. He added that along with acceptance, guidance should be offered to all...