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    Scotland is the first country in the world to approve LGBT + education in schools

    Has been aproved this Thursday (08/11) a measure in Scotland that requires the teaching of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual and intersex rights in public schools. The decision of this inclusion in the school curriculum is celebrated by LGBTI rights activists as a “historical moment”. Scottish ministers fully accepted the recommendations of a working group led by […]

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    Guilherme Reis, the Spicy boy of November

    This spicy boy walks the Earth since November 1991, having moved to Lisbon in 2010 to finish his 5 year studies in Aerospace Engineering in Instituto Superior Técnico. Most of his time is spent on his profession, in which he develops satellite control systems. On his scarce spare times, when not working up and developing […]

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    Igor Oliveira, the Sweet boy of November

    Although currently living in Seixal, his life started on Terceira Isle, in Azores, from where he came to the mainland with only one year. Igor studies Culture and Communication, being on this course with the aim to expand his horizon and learn ways to deal with all kind of people. During the summer he is […]

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    “Being gay was the best gift God gave me,” said Tim Cook, president of Apple.

    Four years ago, Tim Cook turned out to be gay, thus becoming the first CEO of a large company to publicly assume homosexuality. In an interview with CNN International’s Christiane Amanpour, the executive was happy about the distinction and decision. Her sexual preference was already speculated before the announcement. “I’m very proud of it. It […]

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    “Over The Rainbow” Raphaël Kessler presents his latest work at Late Birds Lisbon

    Paris, France Through September 29th   The exhibition Over The Rainbow, by Raphaël Kessler and curated by Francisco Lacerda, features a group of 10 photos taken in Amsterdam and Paris between the years 2017 and 2018. This exhibition it is a way of remembering that before the Revolution of of 1974, Portuguese people lived under […]

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    Human Rights Campaign asks Trump to stop with regressions against Gays and Transgender

    Human Rights Campaign asked Trump administration to stop with regressions against transgender and gay people, after a report of the project came out on The New York Times. “Creating a destructive unprecedented, Trump-Pence administration wants to erase LGBT people from the protection of federal civil rights and completely destroy the laws against discrimination” said Chad […]

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    “The Most Beautiful Part of Mens Body” Duane Michals in conversation with the art curator Francisco Lacerda

    NY, U.S.A. Thought month of October Duane Michals is an American photographer known for his work for magazines such as  Esquire ,  Vogue or Life . His most personal work questions the concept of reality and its relationship with photography, focusing on issues such as dreams, the spirit and the invisible. He has portrayed characters […]

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    Netflix is getting even more gay-friendly

    Fantastic news from the New York Comic-con: the long-awaited reboot from the Netflix series She-Ra will have assumed gay characters. This news was presented during a panel for the series, where its creator Noelle Stevenson and the cast Aimee Carrero, Karen Fukuhara and Marcos Scribner answered some questions from the audience, Carrero mentioned that the […]

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