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Amsterdam Gay Pride (With many colourful photos :) May take a bit longer to load)

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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A trip to Amsterdam with gloomy and humorous sights and also with many gay things and not so creative names

This weekend I’ve been to Amsterdam and have taken some time to do some of the touristy things. I’ve of course been to the Homomonument which commemorates the gay victims of the Shoah/Holocaust. As far as I know Amsterdam is … Continue reading

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Why are some gay people against a country with gay rights? Or: Why I’m offended by certain LGBT groups

Imagine a country which has enacted an anti-discrimination law that protects LGBT people from discrimination in employment/the workforce (including being able to openly serve in the armed forces) and where the supreme court ruled in favour of same-sex couples on … Continue reading

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Yes, I’m gay but no, I’m not flirting with you – I just happen to be British

As you may have noticed I’ve spent the past weeks in the Netherlands. Some of the greatest things about the Dutch include not only their laid-back attitude about LGBT issues but also the widespread good command of English. Though most … Continue reading

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Everything appears to be gay in Amsterdam (and that includes restaurants)

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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Human rights, gay rights and olympic games: at times a toxic mixture. This time in Sochi.

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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