by Wil Groot A night out on the Reguliersdwarsstraat. With the current corona-lockdown of nightlife till April 28 we have to wait for it a bit, but it gives us something to look forward to. > Read the full story 4 min.
From our Editors Early February, the Disputes Committee of the Royal Belgian Football Association (KBVB) discussed the statements made by Anderlecht supporters who sang "All farmers are gay" in the home match against Club Brugge. > Read the full story
In the Black Pete debate and that about the Golden Age, a term that should no longer be used as a concept, and in the run-up to an exhibition about the history of slavery in the Netherlands at the Rijksmuseum, gallery Mo........ read more...
The COC calls on schools to adopt a clear position, namely that online and offline bullying due to sexual orientation and gender identity is unacceptable. If it does happen, the school should act. > read the full story
From a celebrated tennis champion to maligned oracle: Margaret Court has travelled that route in more than half a century. The 77-year-old former Australian tennis player was honoured for an exception.. > read the full story
Dear Neighbors to the North, Michou is no longer with us. Michou, I hear you say? Michou of Cabaret Michou, in the Parisian art district Montmartre. His real name was Michel Georges Alfred Catty. > read the full story
The East Side River State Park in Brooklyn will soon be renamed the Marscha P. Johnson Park. Johnson. Marscha P. Johnson was a pioneer in the area of transgender rights and, together with her friend Sylvia Rivera, founde........ read more...
Without a past there is no present, let alone a future. This certainly applies to the Spijker Bar, which has been located at the start of the Kerkstraat since the late 1960s. The Spijker Bar has stood.. > read the full story
Pieter van Aken is also known as Pieter Bear and is forty-eight years old. He lives and was born in The Hague and is a master painter. Currently, he focuses more on restoring the paintwork of old barr.. > read the full story
Ties are no longer cut off, but the big butcher knife Aunt Bet van Beeren (1902-1967) used for cutting the guests’ ties can still be admired. I’m in ’t Mandje, the oldest gay bar in the Netherlands and now also a m........ read more...
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comes out printed every once a month since 1992.
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Thè way to reach the dutch gay audience. Comes monthly, 12 times a year, mainly distributed for free plus available from shops. Holland's gay magazine. Informative, varied, and home to some of the well-known dutch gay authors and editors. Bilingual, Volume 28.