I haven’t been very active over the past couple of weeks (which is quite an understatement to be fair) but I do hope to make up for it with a collection of photos taken at this year’s gay pride parade … Continue reading
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One of the reasons why I wasn’t overly active on my blog in the past days is that I was abroad and while I may have one or two good travel stories to blog I just thought I make a … Continue reading
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The world or at least the LGBT world is in turmoil over Russia’s homophobic & biphobic legislation and two UK Members of Parliament have encouraged both fans & athletes to protest against Russia’s laws by putting LGBT symbols on display. … Continue reading
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As mentioned previously: big international tournaments* are the time when people just feel compelled to dress in national flags & colours. Gay people are no exception to the rule. So when sitting in the local gaybourhood** you see numerous people … Continue reading
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