Column, by Rick van der Made Last October, to be precise the 29th, it was seventy-five years ago that my home town of Breda was liberated. Both of my parents had consciously witnessed the Second World War and the German occupation and my mother took part in “The Flight” as a seven-year-old child with all citizens of Breda. > Read the full story 6 min.
From our Editors Thanks to pioneering research by scientists of the University Hospital UZ Gent, the cure for HIV patients is one step closer. The study identified where "residual virus" is found in the body during treatment. > Read the full story
In February 2019, photographer Ewoud Broeksma passed away completely unexpectedly at the age of sixty-one. He was a striking photographer primarily known for his many nude photos of top athletes, such.. > read the full story
The new year has finally officially started. On October 1, we began as the new board of A.S.V.Gay and this tenth board is now ready to take up its duties. We have officially waved goodbye to the ninth.. > read the full story
From November 20 until December 1 the International Documentary Film Festival (IDFA) will again transform the cinema landscape of Amsterdam into a true paradise for fans of creative documentary movies.. > read the full story
Pride Amsterdam Ambassador Hans Verhoeven traveled to Tbilisi (Georgia) to join the first ever Pride March. Earlier, he reported on the first part of his journey. Here's part two. > read the full story
Early November, athletes from all over the world will gather in Antwerp. There the Antwerp sports association for GLBTs and sympathizers is organising the second edition of the international Antwerp Brilliant Games. read more...
Hurray! The cultural season has started again. I do love the summer, and I enjoyed it to the fullest. But after these new Dutch heat records and the lazing away with too many beers, I always find “De Uitmarkt” (the o........ read more...
What’s that? A pink revue? A revue is a program lasting the whole evening. On Saturday, November 2, and Sunday, November 3 2019, Cantus Obliquus is presenting a cheerful, colorful collection of song.. > read the full story
After Antwerp, Paris and Frankfurt, “Damage” found a new home at Club Jack Amsterdam. After the successful first edition in August the promoters are already preparing the next rendition on Novembe.. > read the full story
The very first gay demonstration in the Netherlands took place on January 21, 1969 in The Hague and was attended by about one hundred participants. Their goal (an equal legal age of consent for sexual.. > read the full story
It is Wednesday afternoon. Taking shelter from the rain occasionally, I am cycling to the city district Amsterdam East with Ambassador Raymond and his friend, both in leather. When we arrive, we are welcomed by a colourf........ read more...
Tchaikovsky started his professional life as a civil servant, then went to study music at the St Petersburg Conservatory, and subsequently became a teacher at the same conservatory. By the summer of 1.. > read the full story
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