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INSIDER: Gay Bollywood actor Saattvic

by Leander Milbrecht

On 6 September 2018, the Indian Supreme Court decided in a landmark ruling that homosexuality was no longer illegal. How did gay life in India change since then?
Saattvic (33) is Indian, he is an actor – and he came out as gay in a blog post that went viral in India in 2017.
SPARTACUS talked to him about India’s developing gay scene, what it is like to be gay in Bollywood, queer friends who have committed suicide – and what gays should definitely avoid when they are on vacation in India.

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Events

Cologne Pride 2019: Record number of visitors

by Redaktion

Cologne celebrated it’s LGBT Pride last weekend. Its motto was: “50 Years of Pride. Many. Together. Strong!”
We show you the best photos.

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Art Deco Hotel Montana

by Philip

ART DECO HOTEL MONTANA The hotel that lives and loves “The best four-star city hotel in Switzerland” – unique, surprising, different. Located directly above the lake promenade, with breathtaking views of Lake Lucerne, the city of Lucerne and the mountains …

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How New York celebrated WorldPride

by Dirk Baumgartl

New York had expected up to 4 million visitors in Pride month, which ended this weekend with a parade through Manhattan as the highlight. Approximately 160 groups and cars and 150,000 participants ensured the parade lasted over 12 hours. Only after midnight did the last participants reach the finish line.

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Travel

with Superstar Holidays to Pride – ADVERTORIAL –

by Philip

Your special tour operator for trips to Israel and holiday company of EL AL Israel Airlines discover Israel and experience the unforgettable impressions of this versatile country. For us, Israel is not just a travel product, but our home, which …

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Botswana

Botswana decriminalises gay sex

Botwana’s High Court decided in a historic ruling on Tuesday that homosexuality is no longer punishable in the African country.

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inspiration

Germany | Cologne

24 hours: A gay day in Cologne

Berlin – who?, people would ask as Cologne was the most popluar destination for gay tourists in the 1990s. The hype about Berlin has certainly shifted the focus, but Cologne still does not only hold the famous carnival, but also Germany’s biggest Pride parade. SPARTACUS has visited the largest city on the Rhine – and we will show you how to enjoy Cologne best.

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Netherlands | Amsterdam

SeniorPride: Giving back to older LGBTs

This year, LGBTs all over the world celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. It is a good opportunity to consider what we can give back to older LGBT generations who fought for equality all their lives.

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