Get ready for Winter Pride Maspalomas, 6 – 12 November 2017, and prepare your holiday today!
Many events are free admission, but your holiday would not be complete without visiting one of the amazing Premium Events, such as the Tea Dance, Club Air Pool Party, Garbo’s Dinner Show, and the VIP Lounge, where you can enjoy live shows from the elevated first floor, with front stage view, seated area with tables, and entrance to events such as Wet & White, T-Dance and Club Air.
To see the full range of events, and ticket prices, go to:
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions – Image: Rolling Stone
Yesterday (18th) the US Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, failed to answer questions about recent attacks on the LGBTQ community coming from the Department of Justice (DOJ).
During a DOJ oversight hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, several Senators addressed recent policies and memos issued by the DOJ including the sweeping “license to discriminate” order. Sessions shamefully admitted that specific examples of discrimination were “something I never thought would arise” following his latest attack on the LGBTQ community. When pressed by Senators, Sessions seemed to be at a loss for words, and requested time to follow up after the hearing. Continue Reading »
Hannah Mouncey – Image: Twitter.com
THE AFL (Australian-rules Football League) has blocked transgender footballer, Hannah Mouncey, from entering this year’s NAB AFL Women’s Draft, according to Marc McGowan of the AFL newsite, AFL.com.au.
Mr McGowan writes that a subcommittee was formed to rule on Hannah’s eligibility, and its decision was based on analysis of transgender strength, stamina and physique, as well as the AFLW (Australian-rules Football League Women) being in its infancy.
“AFL.com.au understands the subcommittee believed Mouncey would have had an unreasonable physical advantage over her opponents”. Continue Reading »
History-making international star, Lina, has been confirmed as the opening act for the entire Little Mix tour starting in October, including 3 Irish dates.
The American Israeli-Palestinian songstress, who first found fame after winning The Voice Israel, will join the girls as their special guest for all 37 arena shows. Lina, who already counts Alicia Keys among her fans, earned millions of video views on YouTube within hours following her breath-taking performance on the TV show. She has since gone on to perform with the likes of Queen and Adam Lambert, as well as a string of high-profile music festivals and appearances all over the world.
Following the success of her debut release Can’t Keep Falling earlier this year, Lina will be releasing her new single ‘I Wore It Better’ in conjunction with the tour.
The Irish dates are:
Nov 6th – 3Arena, Dublin
Nov 7th – The SSE Arena, Belfast
Nov 8th – The SSE Arena, Belfast
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Indonesia’s parliament is considering national legislation that would ban lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender content from TV screens by the end of the year.
The Draft Bill would ban LGBT content and ads, and comes amid police raids on ‘gay spas’. The UN has condemned gay raids in Indonesia, and Egypt, and the bill is not really understandable, as Transgender characters, for instance, are found in traditional Indonesian culture. Continue Reading »
This Monday morning, we bring you another great track from Prime, whom we featured in our July monthly edition of EILE Magazine. This multi-ethnic pop singer-songwriter is truly a citizen of the world, who was raised in New York City, and this is reflected in his music, which is an unusual mix of energetic beats, electronic sounds, and soft ballad-style vocals. This morning’s track is called Satellite, and we hope you enjoy it, in spite of the stormy weather!
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