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Gay Movies from Argentina
In the Closet (2008) short 15 min
Only a handful of states have in place anti-discrimination laws protecting LGBT people. Same-sex marriage, legal only in South Africa, has been constitutionally banned by eight states. For the most part, the criminalisation of homosexuality in Africa is a direct result of colonialism, with much of the anti-homosexual legislation introduced by European states still in place. But recently, political pandering and religious influence have seen countries such as Gambia and Nigeria introduce laws which further restrict the human rights of their LGBT populations. Though an admirable interjection, his ability to talk openly about homosexuality in Africa, without fear of repercussion, is something of a privilege. Freedom of expression and freedom of association are integral in the fight for LGBT acceptance, but in many African states and beyond these fundamental human rights are heavily restricted. The above article was created for The Independent by Statista.
Gay Luxembourg Guide: The Essential Guide To Gay Travel In Luxembourg City 2019
Prince William has become the first member of the royal family to be photographed for the cover of a gay magazine. The second-in-line to the throne appears in the July issue of Attitude magazine, discussing the mental health implications of homophobic, bi-phobic and transphobic bullyings. The cover photograph came from a shoot by Leigh Keily taken for the magazine. His mother, Princess Diana, who was patron of the National Aids Trust, appeared on the cover of the Gay Times in a tribute issue after her death.
Much like the country, the Gay Luxembourg scene is small, easy-going, well-organised but very fun if you know where to look. While not as loud and proud as nearby Brussels , a trip to Gay Luxembourg is sure to include plenty of wine, days wandering art galleries or rolling forest hills and getting lost in the UNESCO listed old town — but come night you will have the option of quiet cocktails with stunning views, lively piano bars, or surprisingly good gay clubbing if one of the frequently held events are on. While in the long, beautiful summer days it is easy to meet gay locals in the parks and restaurants , in the cloudy, cold winters you might want to turn to apps to meet a friendly local to show you around. No matter where you interests lie, Gay Luxembourg offers much more than EU bureaucrats and investment banks though there are plenty of those here too…. Luxembourg is rapidly developing its nightlife scene after years where nothing opened past 9pm — though gay nightlife here has lagged behind, with only one dedicated gay bar but plenty of roaming gay club events similar to Tel Aviv.