A short treatise on why gay pride matters. They’re not just self-indulgent parties but important cultural events in the history of gay culture
Ever since I read From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler as a kid, I’ve had a slight obsession with the idea of sleeping in a museum. So when Atlas Hotels reached out to me this summer about staying at their Artplus Hotel in Tel Aviv during Gay Pride, I didn’t pass up on …
Photos and video from 2013 Tel Aviv Gay Pride – where 100,000 people and tourists celebrated gay pride on the beach
Hamburg’s Red Light District is more than just sex shows and clubs, it’s also one of the hippest areas for nightlife and hanging out in Hamburg.
The Travels of Adam blog was nominated as the best 2013 LGBT blog. Learn about how and why I travel, what kind of traveler I am, and why this blog is gay!
Berlin and Tel Aviv share many similarities — they’re both über cool cities for the cultural and creative. Here’s what makes both Berlin & Tel Aviv so cool.
My picks for the best 5 gay bars in Berlin based on my personal experience living in Berlin, Germany. These LGBT bars are good even if you’re straight!
There’s an incredible amount of diversity among GLBT people & days like Christopher Street Day in Berlin bring out truly awesome colors. Photos from CSD 2012.
This month’s topic for the expat-bloggers-in-germany roundtable (stammtisch) is football. I’m not sporty myself and don’t honestly know much about Berlin’s football (soccer) team. But I am gay! And luckily, Berlin, in its usual quirky ways, presented the opportunity to combine my need to write about football with my interest in dudes! Enter the Respect …
Just across from the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe is another Holocaust Memorial in Berlin—a monument to the homosexual Holocaust victims during WWII.