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In the past, coming out as a gay man often meant considering: “But I wanted to be a father, and that’s going to be impossible.” In the Netherlands now, male couples or single gays have several options in order to realize their wish to become a father.

Jun 2017       
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The only thing even more extravagant than his pictures is Robert Mapplethorpe’s (1946–1989) own life. The American was obsessed about becoming famous, and he let nothing stand in his way. Sex was his other obsession, and even in this he was limitless and shameless, both in his own experience of it as his explicit pictures. In the documentary Mapplethorpe - Look at the pictures is it easy to see why his work was so controversial and why the charismatic Mapplethorpe was so loved by many.

Nov 2016       
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Last July, GLAAD and Interscope Records released “Hands,” a musical tribute to the victims of Orlando, featuring Mary J Blige, Jason Derulo, Tyler Glenn, Selena Gomez, Halsey, Ty Herndon, Imagine Dragons, Juanes, Adam Lambert, Mary Lambert, Jennifer Lopez, the Trans Chorus of Los Angeles, Kacey Musgraves, MNEK, Alex Newell, P!nk, Prince Royce, Nate Ruess, RuPaul, Troye Sivan, Jussie Smollett, Britney Spears, Gwen Stefani, and Meghan Trainor. The tribute is available at iTunes exclusively.

Aug 2016       
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It is nearly that time of the year again. Half of Europe is under the spell of the Eurovision Song Contest, in Stockholm this time and starting on May 10. Will our Dutch Douwe Bob make it to the final with “Slow Down” or will Europe prefer a song in the “speed-up” category? Meanwhile, Song Contest loving Amsterdam is getting ready for its very own version of this battle. The “EuroSongTravestival” will be held on May 8 in the Winston Kingdom for the fourteenth consecutive year.

May 2016       
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It started out as a short story, became an Oscar-winning film, then an opera, and now Brokeback Mountain will be rewritten for the stage. Producer Tom O’Connell secured the rights of Annie Proulx' short story about two farmer boys. The play is expected to open in London in 2016.

Nov 2015       
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West Hollywood, as part of its Pride activities in June, has hosted a special group wedding for seven same-sex couples who visited from China. They were selected from more than 400 entries. The wedding ceremony and celebration took place at the West Hollywood Library.

Aug 2015       
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Toneelgroep Oostpool will perform the world famous “Angels in America” by Tony Kushner in Dutch theaters from March 10 until June 6, 2015. A production about love and friendship beyond the boundaries of race, religion and ideology. “Angels in America” is about the difficult process of adaptation and the importance of compassion in a powerful plea for humanity.

Mar 2015       
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From Sunday, November 16 onwards, Sunday afternoons are all about drag cabaret in the Casa Rosso Theater in Amsterdam’s Red Light District. Casa Rosso is known for its “live erotic entertainment,” and is full of tourists night after night.

Dec 2014       
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Porn producer Lucas Entertainment recently announced the DVD release of “A Very Merry Bareback Christmas,” featuring the bareback film debut of Dato Foland. The DVD - on sale from November 21, 2014 - is the fist holiday-themed release of its kind. It’s hitting the shelves just in time for the holiday shopping season.

Dec 2014       
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Comedian Pam Ann: ‘Gays Have Always Been My Family, So I Go Where My Friends Go’ “Ladies and Gentleman, this is your captain speaking, we would like to welcome you on board to our PLANE FILTHY Flight, and would like to thank you for flying Pam Ann airlines. Cabin crew, arm doors for departure and buckle the f**k up!”

Sep 2014       
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Roze in Beeld (Pink in the Picture) is a new media literacy project that aims to decrease LGBT stereotypes and discrimination, and make the change in the portrayal in the media of this group visible. On its website and Facebook page it becomes clear that it is also developing educational material on the subject.

Mar 2014       
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Early October, the former porn actor Mason Wyler twittered that he wanted to make his come-back in the world of porn. Mason Wyler was born on January 28, 1984 as James Wallace in Dallas, Texas. He had his first sexual experience, if we are to believe the long contribution on his blog from February 2012, at the age of fourteen with a seventeen-year-old boy he met via “AOL before AOL had any competition [...] It was a time before having pictures of oneself was common [...], and where I had no choice but to trust this stranger’s self description if I wanted to meet him.”

Jan 2014       
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After 9/11, firefighters are looked upon as true masculine heroes, especially in the United States. Often the consequence of a transformation into an icon of virility is an erotization of the object of veneration. To a certain degree this has also happened with the firefighters. This summer, British satellite television channels showed a commercial - if I remember rightly for a bingo website that mainly targets women - which featured a muscular man, stripped to the waist and with a stupid gigolo grin on his face, while the text “Hot” is projected over him in large characters.

Dec 2013       
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German fashion company Benno von Stein has a modern, black version of the traditional “Lederhose” in its collection. Benno von Stein describes leather as “seductive” and its designs as an expression of their “love of leather, the very first material to clothe humankind - a material which infuses every sense, and satisfies every need.” They “have never had the slightest intention to clothe the masses, because our garments are only intended for a select few.”

Dec 2013       
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In an interview with Dutch newspaper “Het Parool,” Bram van Montfoord, the twenty-six-year-old author of “Een jaar offline” [Offline for a Year] states that at first, he thought it was “incomprehensible” that “he did not download any porn during those last days before January 1, 2012.” As the title of his recently published book indicates, the author lived without a computer and a mobile phone for a year. Later on in the interview, the charming student, who went online again on the first of January 2013 says: “Like a madman, I started listing to music on Spotify [...] and visiting porn sites. I wanted more, more, more!”

Dec 2013       
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In recent years, a rather large number of athletes has come out of the closet, both in Europe and in the United States. It seems that men in team sports are less inclined to be open about a different sexual preference than men in individual sports, but it is no longer true that the world of sports is a bastion of fearless heterosexuality. This was never true for the film industry in Hollywood, but yet there are very few American television and film actors who are open about their homosexuality.

Oct 2013       
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Increasing numbers of porn companies that have so far devoted themselves to condom use in their sex flicks are turning to bareback productions for economical reason, because condom-free fucking is what the public wants to watch. And so, early September Lucas Entertainment announced the release of their first “bare” sex scene. It features a real-life couple: Seth Treston and his lover, Billy Santoro.

Oct 2013       
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Mister B has teamed up with renowned Dutch photographer Erwin Olaf for the new 2013/2014 marketing campaign. Promising kinky and stylish eroticism, Mister B goes “back to basics” with a tribute to the early years of fetish. Cruising, mystery, the unexpected and excitement were the main ingredients of gay culture during that time and Erwin Olaf is set to capture that feeling in his own unique way.

Sep 2013       
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On September 28 a stage adaptation of Franz Kafka’s famous novel “The Trial” will have its premiere in Dutch theaters. The play is performed by theater company Oostpool. Director Marcus Azzini calls it an “extremely topical” drama about justice and culpability, and the absurdity of these. Joeri Vos adapted the novel for the stage and Stefan Rokebrand plays the leading role.

Sep 2013       
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On Thursday the 7th of March the pilot of Queer Amsterdam – the first Dutch drama series about queers – will premiere in the Pathé Tuschinski cinema. This special project was initiated by four young film makers and created completely independently with the motto ‘Broke, queer and creative – we produce our own drama.’

Mar 2013       
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In September youngsters filmed the response of random people in several neighborhoods to the photo installations of Pride Photo Award 2011. The clips showed how superficial tolerance and acceptance of homosexuality still is: it’s fine if you think you’re gay ‘as long as I don’t have to see it!’ The winning photos of Pride Photo Award 2011 were displayed outside on several squares in the city and youngsters filmed short interviews with passers by. The photos show the diversity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and play with images of masculinity and femininity.

Oct 2012       
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Paul Haenen (1946) has been working with Dutch radio and television for almost fifty years and in May his alter ego “Margreet Dolman” will celebrate her thirty-year anniversary in the theater. This was also the reason for the release of a DVD box last year with his work. The box contains four DVDs and offers a good overview of what Haenen has done for television over the past half a century.

Jun 2012       
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During the Canal Parade there was an exhibition at three different locations with art by men and women showing different sexual or gender lives: transgender, gay, lesbian, kinky, public sex. These exhibitions also contained ceramics and drawings by the upcoming artist Paul Buijs (1982). The artist was present at the opening and showed something completely different to those who were interested.

Feb 2012       
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On September 12, publishing firm Marmer published the book “Mr. TV: Over leven in TV-land” (Mr. TV: About Life in TV Land) by Bert van der Veer. This book, which was published in honor of television’s sixtieth anniversary in The Netherlands, also includes cartoons and comic strips. Earlier this year, a request for contributions from the author and producer Endemol, led to an avalanche of submissions.

Nov 2011       
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He is 21, starred in about fifty porn movies and is a regular Belgian boy dressed in a gray T-shirt and faded jeans, except when he’s on the set of course. Philippe Delvaux (his real name is kept a secret) is famous with gays not really into hairy legs and black leather, but prefer an angelic, sometimes sultry, other times questioning or confident blue glance. But unfortunately the world of porn is not just soaked in glamour, Jacuzzis, expensive sports cars and huge amounts of money.

Jul 2011       
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Experience the atmosphere of Berlin in the twenties and thirties with a dash of now! Be surprised with the actuality of Bertolt Brecht’s repertoire, his contemporaries and modern fellow thinkers.

In the autumn of 2010 Annette Hildebrand and Kees van Zantwijk organized a very successful three-week festival with the title “Brecht im Licht” (Brecht in the Spotlight). In the “Brecht TingelTangel” the audience was introduced to many artists and the rich diversity of the Brecht repertoire. The TingelTangel turned out to be a golden formula.

Jun 2011       
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In 1980, for the first time in Dutch history, gay men and women got their own radio show, the “VPRO’s Homo Nacht Show.” This radio night, the night before the annual Pink Saturday, was all about queers and lesbians. It was provocative, assertive radio. The present day “manifestations” on Pink Saturday in those days were announced as “demonstrations” and many political parties still had a specific and very active gay group. People were still fighting for the Homomonument on Westermarkt.

May 2011       
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When in the first months of 2007 the at the time 23-year-old Mexican star Christian Chavez no longer denied his homosexuality, this produced many reactions, both positive and negative. The coming out of this popular singer-actor was seen as very important, especially since homosexuality is generally rather taboo in Mexico and other Latin American countries.

Jun 2010       
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With always a roving eye for handsome hunks, we couldn’t help but notice Harrison Ford’s sidekick, actually his son, in “Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull,” played by Shia LaBeouf. Shia Saide LaBeouf was born on June 11, 1986 in Los Angeles, an only child. His mother, Shayna, is a dancer and ballerina turned visual artist and clothing/jewelry designer; before she met LaBeouf’s father, she ran a head shop in Brooklyn.

May 2010       
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- Show about the legendary singer in the theater -

This spring the show Dusty Springfield - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me will tour the country. A moving musical show by Harry Kies Theaterprodukties about the legendary British singer. Director Dick van den Heuvel wrote the script. Main actors will be Audrey Bolder, Janke Dekker and Casper Gimbrere. The opening night is on Tuesday the 9th of March in the Leidse Schouwburg. She is the idol of Duffy, Adele and Amy Winehouse.

Apr 2010       
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Early January rumors started circulation on the internet that Taylor Lautner had died. Taylor who? Taylor Lautner, born February 11, 1992 and a popular actor in the series “The Twilight Sage: New Moon,” which hasn’t made it to the Dutch television, yet. Lautner began acting in 2001, appearing in the made-for-television film “Shadow Fury.” He subsequently had roles on several series and also appeared in a number of other television shows and movies.

Mar 2010       
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‘Dolly’s A Lot Darker Then You’d Say At First Sight’

Dolly Bellefleur is turning twenty this November and this happy occasion is celebrated with the exhibition “Van hem naar haar naar Hippolytushoef: Twee decennia Dolly Bellefleur” (From Him to Her to Hippolytushoef: Two Decades of Dolly Bellefleur) in the main branch of Amsterdam’s Public Library from the 7th of November till the 7th of January.

Dec 2009       
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The singer and television host Yasmine died at 37. She was going through an emotionally rough period because of her pending divorce from her wife Marianne Dupont. This is possibly also the reason for her suicide. Yasmine, whose real name was Hilde Rens, had a two-year old daughter Ella Louise with Marianne Dupont, who was publicly known as the winner of a television program.

Sep 2009       
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In Denver the former porn actor Marcus Allen, who’s real name in Timothy Boham, is charged with murder. According to the prosecution the 28-year old Boham tried to rob his former superior J. P. Kelso in his home in November 2006. When Kelso refused to open his safe Boham shot him through the head after a short struggle. When he opened the safe afterwards it turned out to be empty and “everything had happened for nothing,” he declared in court. He expected the businessman to have 100.000 to 400.000 dollars in his safe.

Aug 2009       
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Last month I concluded an article about the wedding between porn stud Brent Everett and Steve Peña with a cry from the heart of Alan from Florida on Queerty.com: “With all the gay for pay straight college dudes out there I find it inspiring that there are real gays making gay porn and living happy gay lives. More power to them. Long may they run. Together.” This had hardly made it to print as a row started over the election of Reese Rideout as Man of the Year by male nudity magazine “Men.”

Mar 2009       
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The NOS ombudsman Tom van Brussel had received complaints and has conducted a study whether the NOS is stigmatizing gays on radio, television, teletext and internet.
His conclusion: not so much in reporting but in image the NOS stigmatizes.

On the 12th of November the NOS released the following statement on radio, television, teletext and internet: More and more young gay and bisexual men with casual sex partners have unprotected sex. Drug use and internet dating appear to play a large role in this development, a survey of Schorer shows

Feb 2009       
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Since September well-known queer drag personality Dolly Bellefleur hosts a television show on Amsterdam’s local channel AT5. Every Thursday she presents from 4 p.m. till 6 p.m. “Kort Amsterdams Live,” together with, amongst others, Suzanne Blonk and showbiz reporter Frank Awick. In Amsterdam and a large part of the province of North Holland this varied show can be received by cable.

Jan 2009       
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TiMM, the first German TV station for gay men has started its broadcasts on Saturday the first of November. The station offers entertainment, documentaries, films, talkshows and news with a gay touch. TiMM wants to satisfy needs other stations leave untouched, says initiator and chief editor Frank Lucas in the German media. They present an episode of Noah’s Arc, which is about 4 gay black men in LA, as the opening show.

Jan 2009       
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Holland now has a new gay tv station: OUT-TV. The digital service is mainly aimed at gay men’s lifestyles. OUT-TV will present its own talk shows, as well as news programs, art-house cinema and new tv-series. On the 11th of April the station will go online in Holland. To watch the programs you have to pay 10 euros per month. What do you get for it? Films like Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Mambo Italiano and others we’ve seen years ago. The other programs on lifestyle and entertainment consist of spin-offs of well-known formats and productions of sister stations in America and Canada

Jul 2008       
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Are Beckham and Williams a special couple?

David Beckham and Robbie Williams are possibly plying an eccentric gay couple in the American hit series Desperate Housewives. Several American media report that the gay creator of the show, Marc Cherry, thinks that the two Brits, who both live in LA, are the perfect neighbors for his desperate ladies at Wisteria Lane. Cherry is said to have wanted the combination Williams and Tom Cruise for the cameos. But because Brits are said to have more talent for sending themselves up, they approached Beckham.

Nov 2007       
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We’ve had quite a month again. Paris Hilton is from now an ex-convict; Amsterdam craps in it’s pants at the thought of Hooligans and decides to protect the gays by cutting off their parties while the army’s generals are parading with the gays in Bergen op zoom. Cutting or bashing gays has apparently become fashionable in the capital anyway. Two more of our brothers were beaten up recently and there has been a serious call for a demonstration during Pride. Shouldn’t be so hard when there are so many queers in town.

Sep 2007       
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The Polish Government will investigate the Teletubbies - especially Tinky Winky - to determine if the kids' show characters are gay. Poland's conservative government has taken its drive to curb what it sees as homosexual propaganda to the small screen, taking aim at Tinky Winky and the other Teletubbies. Ewa Sowinska, government-appointed children rights watchdog, told a local magazine published today she was concerned the popular BBC children's show promoted homosexuality. She said she would ask psychologists to advise if this was the case. In comments reminiscent of criticism by the late US evangelist Jerry Falwell, she was quoted as saying: "I noticed (Tinky Winky) has a lady's purse, but I didn't realise he's a boy."

Aug 2007       
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Most Dutch people will know him by the closing phrase: “Gaat het weer een beetje, meneer Dröge?” (Are you feeling a bit better, Mr. Dröge?) He was born as Gerardus Johannes Henri Dröge on the 23rd of April 1943 in Enschede. His father, Gerard Dröge, was a dentist. His mother died when he was only seven. As a child he wanted to become a circus director and he played with his miniature circus on the attic every day. After primary school he went to the Grundel Lyceum in Hengelo and in 1958 he moved to the boarding school of the Carmelites in Oldenzaal. After his military draft he chooses to go to the Toneelschuur in Arnhem, not so much because he wanted to become an actor, but because he just likes to be in the theatre.

Aug 2007       
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Actor Isaiah Washington, better known as Dr. Burke in the popular tv-series “Grey’s Anatomy”, wants to make a stand against discrimination. Washington appears in a tv-spot of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN). The 43-year old actor got in trouble recently when he called his freshly out of the closet colleague T.R. Knight a “faggot” on the set of “Grey’s Anatomy,” but he’s evidently come to his senses now.

Jul 2007       
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About one and a half years ago I wrote an article for Gay News about Hollywood hunk Garrett Hedlund on the occasion of his then latest movie, “Four Brothers.” Although I only claimed that Hedlund is extremely good-looking and didn’t make any suggestions about his sexual preference, after the publication on our website a discussion flared up about whether Hedlund might be gay or not.

Jun 2007       
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Britney Spears has been elected by the American public as dumbest American of the year. She gathered most of the votes at the annual April Fool’s Day contest of Opinion Research. She beat Michael Jackson who’d been in first position for four years already. The organization stated that shaving off her hair and the reckless way she treats her kids are the reasons for her election. Things seem to go a bit better for the derailed pop princess lately. She attended a Los Angeles Laker’s game recently.

Jun 2007       
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There’s a lot of sorrow in the world, but one man’s sorrow is another man’s joy. For us, nothing is too much to show Gay News’ readers that their sorrows might be peanuts compared with those of others. Read and sympathize... Rebecca Loos wasn’t able to restrain herself during a flight from London to Los Angeles. She aggravated her travel companions by publicly sucking off her 38-year-old rugby player.

May 2007       
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The World’s Best Transformation Artist!

The virtuoso costume-changing artist Arturo Brachetti will come to Holland for his first visit. In his show he transforms from one character into another in the blink of an eye. Brachetti pays tribute to Hollywood classics by changing from James Bond to Julie Andrews, to King Kong, to Scarlett O’Hara, Darth Vader, Gene Kelly, Ingrid Bergman & Humphrey Bogart, and Esther Williams while swimming.

May 2007       
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Shrieking boys and girls, mass hysteria, fainting people... In the early sixties the Beatles turn the whole world upside down. So-called Beatlemania: four styled boys scored hit after hit and the world just didn’t seem to be able to get enough of it. In the United States public life grinded to a halt when the Beatles gave their first performance on the “Ed Sullivan Show.” When the group announced that they were breaking up after years of success, the world of many young people just seemed to collapse like a house of playing cards.

Apr 2007       
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The Sixties, for thinkers of the New Right and ditto politicians it’s a obloquy that denotes the birth of everything that’s wrong in Holland and the rest of the world. On the other hand, for many others the Sixties are a period in which the yoke of frugality, which had made the post-war reconstruction possible, was slowly thrown off and the windows to the world were opened. During the Sixties the first generation reached adulthood which hadn’t experienced the deprivations of the Second World War personally.

Apr 2007       
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So as you know we’ll bent over backwards to let you know that there are others worse off than you. Things can always get worse and that’s why we try to put a smile on your face. Others have to earn a living by complaining, but you can always throw the couch through the window, which in some way is a relief. Here we go.

Snickers had to pull its ads, which were first shown during the Super Bowl in America, after complaints from, amongst others, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance.

Apr 2007       
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There seems to be a quarrel between TV station RTL and Unilever. Something to do with second-rate stars, applauding audiences, and man-made ice. And that for ten long weeks. Of course we hadn’t intended to devote any space to this crap, but then the showbiz television show “RTL Boulevard” announced it had sensational news, something about ice and porn. And indeed, somewhat sniggering they told about one Brad Patton.

Mar 2007       
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Albert Mol’s book “Wat zien ik?!” (What’s That I See?!) has been turned into a musical comedy, which premiered on the 11th of October. Ruud de Graaf and Hans Cornelissen’s production takes place in Amsterdam’s red light district in the sixties. It’s a joy to watch “Wat zien ik?!” and it makes you secretly nostalgic for those days when nothing was really allowed but so many things still took place. Those were also the days of famous bars and clubs such as DOK, and of course Bet van Beeren’s café Het Mandje on Zeedijk.

Jan 2007       
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The German/Dutch artist Sven Ratzke is known in Germany as “that cheeky Dutchman” for years already. His new theater night “Gigolos & Germans” nails the sensitive relations between Germans and the Dutch in a humorous way. His fascination for glorious times that have gone by form the basis of this whirling mix of musical cabaret, improvisations and songs. This singer and entertainer has been labeled “Glamour Animal,” “Homme Fatale” and “Enfant Terrible.” He wrote his first tragedies when he was fifteen and at sixteen he pranced around on theater festival Boulevard of Broken Dreams tempting people to come into the tents.

Jan 2007       
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The miserable months have most certainly started: short days, colds, the flu and Christmas when you have to visit your mother-in-law. To help you through this sadness our editor-in-chief thought you could use some help these months with the motto “it could be worse”. Especially after a wild weekend a lot of us will think “to hell with jogging and carrot juice” when the alarm clock screams it’s 7 o’clock, but what if you keep getting invitations to parties and presentations?

Jan 2007       
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Some years ago the German cinemas showed the movie “Traumschiff Surprise: Episode 1" (now available on DVD). This is a corny queer parody of the original “Star Trek” series, and Captain Kirk and Mister Spock - who have a very special bond anyway, according to many viewers - are represented as flamboyant sissies. Therefore it’s curious that neither William Shatner nor Leonard Nimoy recently came out, but actor George Takei, better known as Mr. Sulu on the original “Star Trek” series and six subsequent movies.

Jan 2006       
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Unless something went terribly wrong at the last moment John Singleton’s (director of “2 Fast 2 Furious”) latest movie will have been released by mid October. “Four Brothers” is about four brothers (duh) who, after their mother got killed during the robbery of a small deli, decide to track down the killer in their own way. And when they get him they will settle the score swiftly. Because what idiot would kill the sweetest woman on earth who just happened to be shopping?

Dec 2005       
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The introduction of the possibility for gay couples to marry can be seen as one of the last accomplishments in a long battle for equality. For many young people it’s hard to imagine that there has been a time, not so long ago, when most gay men were living in the closet, even if they didn’t really have to. A striking example is the Dutch singer/actor Wim Sonneveld. When you see his shows from the sixties now, you can’t escape the queerness of his performance; his gay jokes, his queer voice and mannerisms, they all seem so obvious.

Jun 2005       
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During five days the summer presentations for the male collections closed with in total thirty nine shows. An opportunity for many designers from different countries like Spain, Japan and Belgium. Paris still seems to be an international fashion laboratory; it’s the city where trends are set, headed by designers like Helmut Lang, Hedi Slimane, and Jean Paul Gaultier. Nowadays, they mainly have to prompt men to buy clothes. Innovating cloths in a rather difficult market. Still disgusted with the just ended war in Iraq, all designers decided to ban all items with a military look out of their collections.

May 2004       
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“Finally it’s coming!” Romeo & Julia, the music and dance spectacle of Gérard Presgurvic is coming to Holland. After a triumphal tour through France, Belgium and Canada this original French production will be shown in three big Dutch cities: Rotterdam (Luxor Theater), Amsterdam (Heineken Music Hall) and Breda (Chassé Theater). Only these three theatres are big enough to accommodate this huge production.

Mar 2004       
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