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Gay pumpkins fly to Geneva

(Blogmensgo, gay blog 31 October 2014) We remind you that gay pumpkins will meet in Geneva on the night of 1st November, 2014, for a Halloween Party anthology with the kind participation of MensGo (yes we go). So this will be held in Moa Club, (chemin des Batailles 22, à Vernier-Genève) from 2300hrs to 0600hrs on [continue reading…]

Mayor of Rome symbolically validates 16 gay marriages

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of 24 October 2014) The mayor of Rome, Ignazio Marino, validated 16 gay and lesbian marriages on municipal civil registries, October 18, 2014, illegally … for now. All these marriages were first contracted in states and countries where gay marriage is legal. Italy has still not legalized marriage or same-sex civil unions [continue reading…]

Implicit green light from the Supreme Court on gay marriage in five American states

(Blogmensgo, gay blog October 8, 2014) The Federal Supreme Court denied on October 6, 2014, to decide urgently on the constitutionality of the ban on gay marriage in Indiana, Oklahoma, Utah, Virginia and Wisconsin. The road to gay marriage is therefore provisionally free in these five states. Below is a story on the home of [continue reading…]

Gay Times Magazine celebrates 30 years and honors Tony Blair

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of 02 October 2014) On the occasion of its thirtieth anniversary, the British monthly Gay Times Magazine awarded the title of “gay icon” to 30 personalities, including Tony Blair. The former prime minister, who is honoured for his iconic action for LGBT rights during his national mandates. Gay Times Magazine: Website | [continue reading…]

The French refused to abolish gay marriage, but …

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of October 1, 2014) If in 2017 the line was for the business, 73% of French are opposed to a repeal of the Taubira law opening marriage to same-sex couples, according to a survey released by Odoxa September 27 2014 Even 56% of supporters of the UMP (right, former ruling party) believe that [continue reading…]

Finally, a successful Gay Pride in Belgrade

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of 30 September 2014) Gay Pride proceeded through the downtown area of Belgrade on Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014, for the first time since 2010 some 1,500 participants, supervised by 7,000 police and gendarmes ensured that everything went well. Gay Pride in Belgrade: Website | Facebook page Below is a report of twenty [continue reading…]

Arosa Gay Skiweek 2015, before the celebrations!

(Blogmensgo, blog gay of 18 septembre 2014) The eleventh edition of l’Arosa Gay Ski Week is held on 11 to 18 janvier 2015 Sonata’s foggy consecutive round, All the sites of the grisonne Arosa, in the Swiss Alps, will be festive in the LGBT cheer, with plenty of events and activies planned. Arosa Gay Ski Week : [continue reading…]

Tennessee Justice reaffirms the prohibition of gay marriage

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of September 5, 2014) Judge Russell E. Simmons Jr. confirmed in a decision of July 5, 2014 under the court of Kinston, Tennessee legally entitling to prohibit marriage between persons of the same sex . Or, more accurately, does not recognize same-sex marriages performed outside its territory. The Constitution of Tennessee ( [continue reading…]

The Smithsonian Museum of Washington Opens an LGBT section

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of 04 September 2014) The National Museum of American History in Washington inaugurated on August 19, 2014, a large collection of objects relating the adventure of learning LGBT history. This museum is one of nineteen managed by the prestigious Smithsonian Institution, funded by the federal government. LGBT collection: brief summary | detailed [continue reading…]

A special team for soccer diversity in Germany

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of 27 August 2014) The former East German footballer Marcus Urban and his association are trying to put together a team of gay and friendly football. Objective: To play a match against a Bundesliga team, to encourage gay footballers not to hide. Team Diversity website Marcus Urban: Website | Facebook page Team [continue reading…]

A year of gay marriage in New Zealand

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of 19 August 2014) Some 926 gay marriages were celebrated in New Zealand between 19 August 2013 and 18 August 2014 Marriage between persons of the same sex, also attracting a large minority of foreign nationals, including Australians. Of the 926 LGBT couples who have been married for a year, only 532 were [continue reading…]


(Blogmensgo, gay blog August 4, 2014) The center of the capital Hanoi has seen on Sunday, Aug. 3, 2014, some 300 people attending the third local Gay Pride, entitled VietPride Vietnam. Without tanks, but by bicycle, foot, and with all the colors of the rainbow, but in a festive protest context. VietPride: website | Facebook [continue reading…]

Foam Party at Super GameBoy, MAD Lausanne, July 31st with MensGo

(BlogMensGo, gay blog of July 22, 2014) You want to lather up? You like madness? Then come along to the Mad Club in Lausanne and participate in the Foam Party of Super GameBoy. Not to mention the pre party which will take place before and the after party….which will be….after, if you are still in [continue reading…]

UN Calls on Gay community to take Anti-Retroviral drugs

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of July 14th, 2014) A new report released on July 11th, 2014 byy the World Health Organisation (WHO) estimates that the populations at high risk of HIV/AIDS should use an antiretroviral combination therapy as an additional method of prevention. Additionally of course alongside using a condom. The World Health Organisation (WHO) ‘strongly [continue reading…]

The condemned of France to recognise the paternity of children born to surrogate mothers.

(Blogmensgo, gay blog, 30 June, 2014) In a dual judgment of June 26, 2014, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) unanimously ruled against the ban by France to establish a parent filiation with their children from a surrogacy (GPA) legal abroad. But the jury did not rule on the Prohibition of the GPA by France. [continue reading…]

Jack the Swede Johansson elected Mister Gay Europe 2014

BlogMensGo, Gay Blog of June 22, 2014) This is the Swede of 20 years, Jack Johansson, who has won the title of Mister Gay Europe 2014 after a final from Bregenz (Austria) on the 14th of June 2014. The blond, blue-eyed Irishman Robbie succeeds Obara. Jack Johannson measures 1.79m and studied dance in Balettakadamien in [continue reading…]

World Cup 2014: Gay on the lawn and homophobic in the stands?

Blogmensgo, gay blog, 21 June 2014) Navi Pillay, High commissioner of the United Nations for Human Rights, on June 16, 2014 sent a message that homosexual footballers selected for the World Cup in Brazil who are coming out during this time, homophobia is in continuous stages of crackdown. South Africa, including the UN mandate ending [continue reading…]

Gay Marriage may be legalised in Wisconsin

(Blogmensgo, Gay blog, 13th June 2014) In a decision dated June 6th, 2014, Federal Judge Barbara B. Crabb held that the ban on gay marriage in Wisconsin is contrary to the US Constitution. Dozens of gay and lesbian couples had the time to get marriage before the Judge Crabb decides on a possible stay of [continue reading…]

Pride, the winner of the Queer Palm 2013

(Blogmensgo, Gay Blog of 28th May 2014) The comedy Pride British director Matthew Warchus won the unanimous jury on May 23, 2014, the fifth edition of the Queer Palm on the sidelines of the Cannes Film Festival. Queer Palm: Site / 2014 Edition Thirteen feature films from major selections of the Cannes contenders for the [continue reading…]

A very popular Belgian Pride 2014 in Brussels

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of 19 May 2014) The 19th Pride4Every1 drew, May 17, 2014, approximately 100,000 people in the streets of Brussels (Belgium). The local version of the Gay Pride, also called Belgian Pride, lured 25% more visitors than in 2013. The parade, May 17 requires, of course highlighted the fight against homophobia.The word Equality was also all [continue reading…]

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