LGBTI News

How can I make new friends?

How can I make new friends?

We all like to meet people and there are loads of ways to do so, through the Internet, youth groups and out on the scene. The people you are chatting to are there for the same reason. So be yourself and enjoy yourself but don’t let yourself get forced into anything you don’t want to do. Where to find people: …

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Paris Gay Pride

Paris Gay Pride

Celebrating its large gay and lesbian communities, Paris lives up to its liberal reputation with its annual Lesbian and Gay Pride, an event that has become one of the biggest and best celebrations of its kind in the world. Thousands of gay and straight revellers pack out the city’s streets to enjoy the party and watch the colourful procession of …

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Venice, Italy

Gay Venice

Known for its vibrant culture, style, and food, Italy is a favorite with all travelers. Although the gay scene in Italy is small compared to other European destinations, it is growing. Several cities boast gay-friendly accommodations, restaurants and businesses. Venice, the historic Italian city on the water, stretches across several small islands along the Adriatic Sea in the northeast quadrant …

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Tel Aviv Gay Pride

Gay Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is known as one of the world’s finest and friendliest LGBT+ travel destinations. Go and experience Israel, where you can express yourself, indulge yourself, or just be yourself in cosmopolitan gay-friendly cities and resort towns. The vibrant scene is alive year-round, with dazzling nightlife, hip restaurants, stylish boutiques, and busy streets hopping with clubs and cafés: perfect for …

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Wellington, New Zealand

Gay Holidays in New Zealand

New Zealand offers an environmental and cultural diversity that has long been appealing to those looking for gay travel. There is little doubt that the appeal of New Zealand comes, in part, from laws that protect the LGBT+ community from discrimination and the warm, accepting attitudes of the populace, as well as the various adventures that New Zealand offers and …

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LGBT Health

LGBT Guide to Healthy Living

Obviously, being healthy won’t fit into a week or a month alone, but it’s a place to start. LGBT health is a big issue for each of us individually and as a community. Our health needs are sometimes the same as everyone else’s and sometimes different; and there’s a lot to consider. To get us all moving in the right …

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Lotus Sky, Show Your Colors

Show Your Colors

In light of Pride Month, Lotus Sky’s latest single “Show Your Colors” premiers today. The single is a powerful and celebratory anthem that rejoices in one’s uniqueness in the rainbow of creation, and the unity in diversity that the rainbow represents, bringing vibrant, fresh energy to uplift the world. The single “Show Your Colors” is invigorating with big drums, powerful …

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Jerusalem Pride, 2021

Jerusalem Celebrates Pride Parade

Thousands of people marched in Jerusalem’s pride parade on June 3, marking a return to the celebration of the LGBTI+ community a year after it was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Thousands of people marched through Jerusalem on Thursday in the annual Pride parade, celebrating LGBTI+ rights in the conservative city amid heavy police security. Chanting for equality and …

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HIV

Are COVID-19 Vaccines Safe for People Living With HIV?

A large number of the investigations of COVID-19 vaccines at first restricted their enrollment to members who didn’t have other medical conditions. After early investigations showed that the vaccines were safe in the more extensive population, individuals with HIV have started to partake in examinations. (4) Notwithstanding restricted information, accessible data proposes current WHO suggested COVID-19 antibodies (Pfizer/BioNtech, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Johnson&Johnson) …

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Sapir Berman

Sapir Berman becomes Israel’s first Transgender Soccer Referee

A top soccer referee came out publicly as the Israeli Premier League’s first ever transgender referee at a Tuesday press conference. Sagi Berman told reporters that she now identifies as a woman, and has changed her name to Sapir. “I always saw myself as a woman, from a very young age. At first I did not know how to name …

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