LGBT Culture

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Thomas Page McBee: Masculinity, transsexuality and boxing

Thomas Page McBee: Masculinity, transsexuality and boxing

What does it mean to be a man? This question is breaking into society with more force than ever. We probably do not have a consensus and a clear definition about it. Thomas Page McBee knows this very well. He's the first transsexual boxer to fight at Madison Square Garden in the United States. For him, this question is part…
This is why you should spend New Year’s Eve in Spain

This is why you should spend New Year’s Eve in Spain

Spain is one of the most tolerant countries in the world. This country is a perfect spot for gays, lesbians, transexuals… But it’s also a perfect destination for lovers of heritage, party, beach, sun, food, traditions… If you are a member of the LGTBQ+ collective and you love partying and traditions, you’ll love to spend New Year’s Eve in Spain,…
Nudes and truths, Anailogico’s visual prose

Nudes and truths, Anailogico’s visual prose

Anailogico is a visual prose project began in 2013 in Panama. It has already more than 100 pics of men and women from all over the world. These pics always go with words, and everyone can identify with those texts. 5 years ago, the artist behind this project moved to Barcelona. Last November he was in Axel Hotel Barcelona for…
Come out and flee

Come out and flee

What would you feel if you had to flee your country because you are gay? Anger? Helplessness? Sadness? In Orgullo de Valientes (Pride of the Brave ones), the new exhibition of Axel Hotel Madrid you can look in the eye some LGBTQ+ refugees and realize how they felt. The photographic exhibition, organized by La Merced Migraciones, shows persons who asked…
Around the world in 14 LGBTQ+ anthems

Around the world in 14 LGBTQ+ anthems

If you want to be a good traveler you’ll have to know some techniques of camouflage. To know local culture, it’s a must to slip by unseen. Pride is here and maybe you are going to another’s country parade. “I will survive” or “YMCA” are global hits, but every country has its own LGBTQ+ anthems. We’ve prepared a list with…
The gayest moments of Eurovision 2018

The gayest moments of Eurovision 2018

Let’s play Snatch Game: “There’s only one thing gayer tan Eurovision, [blank]” Difficult, right? If someone knows anything gayer than Eurovision, please, write it in our comments. Eurovision really earned being the gayest show on Earth: transsexual Dana International winning the contest in the nineties (Viva la diva!), Conchita Wurst rising like a phoenix serving drama queen realness, Loreen’s “Euphoria”…