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It is natural to dance
More and more people go to pair dance studios to learn skills of tango, salsa, hustle dances. Very often this move totally changes their lives. But where to go to learn dancing for two ladies? Well, Moscow has a place to go - it is "3dance studio" - the first dance school for special girls, as we are. Its organizers - Las and Dem tell to the "Pinx" paper how they have managed it.
Eastern Europe Gays' Sexual Behavior More Unsafe
According to the international research conducted by Eurosurveillance and published in its third edition in December 2009, the HIV prevalence among gays of Southern Europe is higher than in Europa Orientale. Almost 17% of men of Barcelona practicing sex with men were HIV...
Kiev’s "Queer Week": We didn’t invite journalist, we worked for the community
The conclusion of Spring brought to Kiev a repeat of the festival "Queer Week." Through the use of art techniques, the group wanted to illustrate the wide differences that exist in our society.
Questions and Answers
Q&A: Discrimination of Gays and Transsexuals in Russia
We've compiled the list of most asked questions about the law and the society in Russia.
St. Petersburg Entertainment - Clubs, Cafes, Bars, Saunas
St. Petersburg cafes, nightclubs, saunas
Gay Minsk may be worth exploring, but we advise you not to venture on your own, unless you are fully self-confident, aware of local customs and speak fluent Russian or Bielorussian.
Other Cities in Ukraine
With a few exceptions, there are no gay bars, clubs, discos etc. Parks, squares, and public toilets remain the main (and only) places where local gays meet.
Simeiz, Unique Crimean Gay Resort
Each morning we were awakened by tender rays of the sun and by the cries of noisy sea-gulls making their way toward the place known only to them. The beach looks deserted in the morning, shoals of dolphins chasing each other in glistening waves of the sea. So cool!
Due to its geographic location close to the Russian border Kharkov (the Ukrainians spell it Kharkiv) has been nicknamed 'the capital of the Russian Ukraine'.
Tenuous budding of gay life is visible here: several gay clubs were opened over the last two years; new issues of a gay magazine distributed nation-wide appear regularly; public awareness of gays is slowly increasing.
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