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Cities and Countries: news and gossips

Latest news from Britain

Rob Rinder: My sexuality should be about as important to you as the size of my big toeAsh Palmisciano: I’m just a guy who took the scenic route to get hereHow lockdown changed the coming out experience for LGBT peopleWhen are the UK's Pride festivals happening in 2021?Family is really important to me, and I think it is important that I represent a family that is extremely loyal, loving, supportive and free.I saw a slogan the other day that said, ‘if you won’t accept a queer child, don’t become a parent’. It’s spot on. It is so important that any generation can live their truth and be free.
Following the announcement on the single, Hope shared insight into the meaning behind the single.

Latest news from Ireland

Last week, we were proud to announce ‘PROTEST!’, a very special Pride shaped collaboration with one of our favourite Irish queer artists, Brian Teeling. The project is a unique apparel collection that showcases a range of dynamic designs from Teeling, homaging some of the most iconic visual moments for our community and celebrating timely messages […]
The restriction relates to a three month deferral period for anyone who has a ‘partner who has, or you think may have been, sexually active in parts of the world where HIV/AIDS is very common’ and references ‘most countries in Africa’.

Latest news from Hungary

The European Union is assessing whether a new law in Hungary – which will prohibit the sharing of content that is considered to ‘promote homosexuality or gender change’ with under 18s – breaches the bloc’s legislation. European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said on Twitter that the EU is “very concerned” about the law, and intends to assess it in line with the union’s legislation on LGBTQ+ rights.Ursula von der LeyenShe continued: “I believe in a Europe which embraces diversity, not one which hides it from our children.
Jun 17 2021 10:49 AMBUDAPEST - The largest broadcasters in Hungary criticized a new law banning the “display and promotion of homosexuality” among under-18s as a threat to freedom of expression, and one said it could impact showings of some Harry Potter films and classic TV shows.Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s nationalist government pushed the law through parliament on Tuesday despite criticism from rights groups and the European Union, which said it could result in a loss of development funds for Hungary.Orban and his ruling Fidesz party, which faces a tight election race next April, have increasingly railed against LGBT+ people and immigrants as part of their self-styled illiberal regime, which has deeply divided Hungarians.German media

Latest news from state California

To the Editor: Re “‘Momentous’: New York and California Open” (front page, June 16): Many businesses will be thrilled to have the restrictions lifted. There are, however, at least a couple of caveats.
Marc Malkin Senior Film Awards, Events & Lifestyle Editor“Pose” star Mj Rodriguez is weighing in on Caitlyn Jenner after the Republican gubernatorial hopeful in California declared that she thinks allowing trans athletes to compete according to their gender identity in high school sports “just isn’t fair.” “It’s unfortunate that she’s one of our sisters saying these things,” Rodriguez tells me on the “Just for Variety” podcast. “But with that, I love her from a distance.

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