Austria

Austria

Gay Snow Happening in Sölden: Parties and Skiing Fun under the Rainbow Flag

Just in time for the spring skiing season Sölden will be the place to be for the international gay community from 21 to 28 March 2020. One of the most popular Gay Ski Weeks in Europa boasts heaps of fun on the ski slopes plus unrivaled party programs.

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Austria | Vienna

Hotel Urania: Vienna is different, so reside differently!

Welcome to the slightly different hotel in the middle of Vienna – come in and enjoy the special flair of the themed designer hotels. We wish you a most wonderful stay in hotel Urania, situated right next to the historic Vienna city core.

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Austria

Austria: Vacation under the rainbow

Austria is a holiday destination that is known not only for its nature and culture but above all for its hospitality. We have collected numerous tips especially from and for the LGBT community

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Austria | Innsbruck

Versace pleasure im Hotel Schwarzer Adler Innsbruck


This extraordinary hotel in the heart of Innsbruck is the perfect place for romantics and individualists. Exclusivity and uniqueness are undoubtedly celebrated here and on top of that the hotel has a 500-year history.       Carefully selected items …

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Austria | AUSTRIA, VIENNA

Five reasons why Vienna is so LGBT-friendly!

Vienna offers gay and lesbian visitors historic cafes, unique LGBT events and exceptional shopping opportunities. And from 2019 you can even get married in Vienna! Vienna is becoming more and more popular internationally as a gay and lesbian destination – …

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Austria | Vienna

Vienna celebrates EuroPride in 2019 – making it Europe’s number one LGBT hotspot!

Vienna celebrates EuroPride in June 2019. For more than two weeks, the city will offer a full programme of gay and lesbian visitors from all over the world.       Even in normal years, the Rainbow Parade in Austria’s capital …

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Austria | Sölden

Hüttengaudi: Gay Snow Happening Sölden

LGBT ski weeks attract ski and snowboard enthusiasts every year. But what is really happening there? A visit to the Gay Snow Happening in Sölden.

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Austria | Scheffau

Scheffau: Austria’s gayest alpine village

The 1,300-residents community of Scheffau near Wilder Kaiser is Austria’s gayest alpine village.

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Austria | Linz

Tradition & future

Industrial, alternative and established culture happily co-exist and even mingle in Linz, as can be seen in the recently opened exhibition ‘Der nackte Mann’.

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news

El Salvador | 13.08.2020

El Salvador: Gay politician wants to make history

Erick Iván Ortiz plans to become El Salvador’s first openly gay MP. The 29-year-old from the new party Nuestro Tiempo is considered one of the most ambitious candidates for the upcoming elections in February 2021.

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12.08.2020

Tunisia: Court of Appeal confirms sodomy ruling

A Tunisian court of appeal upheld the conviction of two men found guilty of sodomy in June. The court only reduced the sentence from two to one year in prison.

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USA | 09.08.2020

USA: Judges overturn trans*hostile law – birth certificates can be changed again

The ruling of a federal district court in Idaho on Friday was a victory for queer activists. The court overturned a Republican-backed law that had caused worldwide horror with its regression. Since July 2020 it has banned transgender people in the northwestern US state from having their birth certificates adjusted.

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China | 08.08.2020

“Psychosexual Disorder” – courageous student sues publisher in China

A lesbian student of the “South China Normal University” sued the publisher of a textbook describing homosexuality as a “psychosexual disorder”. Her pseudonym XiXi was created in reference to Sisyphus and stands symbolically for her years of struggle.

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Sweden | 07.08.2020

Sweden: Pop star with Kurdish roots comes out as gay

Darin Zanyar came out to Instagram as gay. The 33-year-old is one of Sweden’s most famous pop stars – with seven number one albums. The singer with Kurdish roots has also become a role model for the Kurdish community through his courageous step.

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Poland | 07.08.2020

Poland: President Duda is sworn in – and the opposition wears rainbows

Colorful protest: With clothes and face masks in rainbow colours, the opposition yesterday, at the swearing-in of newly elected President Andrzej Duda, sent a clear signal against his queer politics – which, together with the tough election campaign, divided the country more deeply than ever.

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