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Neil Patrick Harris with Husband David Burtka ”The Love Has Never Waned”

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This year, the couple celebrated 13 years after they were together. Their relationship started in 2004. In 10 years they married in September 2014 in Italy in an intimate ceremony surrounded by their families and close friends.

Harris confirmed he was homosexual on November  2006, saying: “I am happy to dispel any rumors or misconceptions and am quite proud to say that I am a very content gay man living my life to the fullest and feel most fortunate to be working with wonderful people in the business I love”.

The couple together have twins, Harper Grace and Gideon Scott.

They are a happy family and are proud of what they have.

Love between Neil Patrick Harris and his husband David Burtka ” Has Never Waned”.

David Burtka: “Thank you Neil for being compassionate, adventurous, and all around a fantastic man I love you more than ever.”

Neil Patrick Harris: “Thirteen years .The adventures have never ceased. The love has never waned “.

Edith Windsor Thank You The gay rights activist, died at 88 years

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We lost an icon.

Gay Rights Activist Edith Windsor, whose same-sex marriage led to a significant US decision, died at 88.
Her death is confirmed by her wife Judith Kasen-Windsor.
Ms. Kasen-Windsor, Banking Executive Director, who married Ms. Windsor on September 26, 2016, is her only survivor. They met at the gay rights event and began to get acquainted in 2015. They lived in Manhattan and Southampton.

“The world lost a tiny but tough-as-nails fighter for freedom, justice and equality,” Judith Kasen-Windsor was quoted as saying.

“Edie was the light of my life. She will always be the light for the LGBTQ community, which she loved so much and which loved her right back,” added Casen-Windsor.

The Windsor case of the Supreme Court broke the Marriage Defense Law in 2013, for the first time to give federal recognition to same-sex marriages.
In the 2013 ruling, the US Supreme Court agreed – and that decision became the basis for a wave of further court rulings that increase the rights of same-sex couples.

She sued the US government after being ordered to pay $ 363,053 in federal property tax after her former wife, , Thea Spyer, died.
The couple were partners for 44 years and got married in Canada in 2007.
Windsor Eddie Windsor argues that securing the law that defined marriage between husband and wife prevented her from receiving tax deductions due to married couples and was unconstitutional.

In 2015, another crucial ruling by the Supreme Court gave same-sex couples the right to marry.
Windsor’s battle with the US government strengthened her status as a pioneer of civil rights.

Former US President Bill Clinton and Barack Obama also paid tribute.

Obama: “America’s long journey towards equality has been guided by countless small acts of persistence and fuelled by the stubborn willingness of quiet heroes to speak out for what’s right. Few were as small in stature as Edie Windsor – and few made as big a difference to America.”

Bill Clinton: “in standing up for herself, Edie also stood up for millions of Americans and their rights”.

Hillary Clinton:” Edie Windsor showed the world that love can be a powerful force for change. She will be greatly missed”.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio sent a message to Twitter in which he praised her ability to secure the “moral universe” with a “good kick in the ass”.

Thank you, Edie.
Rest in peace.

 

 

Gay in Italy Most Romantic Country

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Italy is the most romantic country in the world one of the favorite destination to the LGBT community.
They all dreamed of spending holidays in one of the sexiest Mediterranean countries, natural beauties, a rich food culture, and some of the sexiest people in the world.

Rome is certainly one of the most attractive cities in Italy, especially for homosexual couples!
With a little research, you will find many references to homosexuality in old Rome, a fact that could make your way to events more interesting.
Rome is the only city in Italy with the entire street dedicated to gay life and one of the few in Europe. This street is Via San Giovanni in Laterano, very close to the Colosseum.
Life in Rome includes practically everything that has a wide range of homosexual places like gay clubs, bars, cafes, gay saunas, homosexuals and more.

Rome Gay Scene
Gay Scene in Rome Includes Totally … Everything! From frightening homosexual cafes, where you can socialize during the day, to get cruises where you can explore the sexual side of homosexual life.
Before we begin exploring gay life in Rome, it should be noted that Rome is one of the most interesting cities in Italy, regardless of its travel, because it is packed with educational and recreational things to do every one enjoys. It is very difficult to choose only a few good quality from Rome, which makes it a great destination to visit … a rich local culinary tradition. Beautiful Historic Monuments. Friendly people. Little and great opportunity to buy. Well, if we continue this way, this article will never end.
It should be noted that although Rome as a friendly friendly hotspot with more homosexuals through it, we recommend maintaining a discreet profile as the Catholic Church continues to affect the city as well as the entire country.

Gay Areas
Gay Street from Rome may be the only homosexual resort in Italy, designated as a gay and lesbian settlement. Via San Giovanni in Lateranno, the street name is actually a shopping and bar area of ​​300 meters, in the center of Rome leading to the Colosseum. At the beginning is a big flag with “Gay Street” with the symbol of the river. Here are some popular gay bars and bars, but the most popular homosexuals in the city are not on this street.

Gay Bars
Rome has a very small homosexual scene, as most homemakers prefer to visit gay clubs or homosexuals. This can also be caused by the fact that Rome is filled with a few gay friendly locations, such as restaurants, small cafes, bars and so on, which attract mixed crowds. However, this has led to the development of gay clubs and cruises, with something you will not find in many other cities.

Gay Clubs and Events
As noted above, Rome has different gay party scenes, with several dance parties and thematic clubs. Although clubs are not exclusively called homosexuals, they organize themed entertainment, usually weekly, exclusively for gay and lesbian audiences. Some of the most popular gay-friendly clubs are L’Alibi, Planet Roma, Chubbe, Monk Club and Cafe Opero.
In addition to regular entertainment, there are several other events in Rome, such as Gay Village, Roman Pride or Catacombs – which you must review before planning your vacation in Rome.

 

 

Montevideo capital of the most gay-friendly country in South America

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The global city of Montevideo receives much attention from people around the world, especially from the LGBT community. Uruguay is rated as a country gay-friendly in South America. On top of the city as a cosmopolitan center, Montevideo is recognized to have the highest quality of life outside any city in Latin America.

. It is quite dazzling and eye opening place to visit, due to its vibrant and lively scene. Since Uruguay legalized the same-sex marriage in 2012, the presence of gay couples quickly became commonplace. The LGBT community has tremendous support from the younger generation. The city has “do not ask, do not say” vibrations about it, so discrimination should be at least a concern.

The city and the night scene in Montevideo is the most exciting, especially the kitchen. There is a wide choice of restaurants and food throughout the city, as well as several important restaurants. The Rambla, the route along the entire Montevideo coast, is the center of attention in the city – processed with more restaurants and bars that attract tourists and natives every day of the year.

Lady Gaga ‘Gay Icon’

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From her first hit, Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper “Just Dance”, Lady Gaga keeps homosexuals on the podium, discarding the melodies along with her. It is a well-known fact that Mrs. Germanotta is not just a famous hitmaker, she is also one of the fiercest advocates of the LGBTQ community. From its iconic elections to its commitment to youth information on LGBTQ, there are many reasons (although we could probably find one million) that Gaga has earned her stripes as a gay icon.

She turned out to be bisexual – and doubled on her.
In an interview for 2009 with Barbara Walters, Lady Gaga came out as a bisexual, explaining that her “Poker Face” jam is for another woman. While her sex life is not part of our business, having a frantic superstar accidentally came out in front of millions of national television is undoubtedly a milestone. After they got out, critics expressed doubts about the singer’s sexuality; however, they were put on vacation in an interview with Andy Cohen. During her appearance of Watch What Happens Live “Artpop-era” Gaga said: “It’s not a lie I’m bisexual and I like women, and anyone who wants to distort this” says it’s bisexual for marketing “- – a lie lie. This is who I am and who I’ve always been. “Bi-erasing, who?

She used her platform to launch massive non-profit anti-bullying.
Since the founding of the Born This Way Foundation in 2011, Mother Monstrum – and her mother, Cynthia Germanotta – have helped thousands of LGBTK children and teenagers. BTWF has launched initiatives like HackHarrassment, Channel Kindness and KindMonsters – not to mention collaboration with Starbucks – to help end the bullying of LGBTQ youth.

Love is the best feeling

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I wanna be wrapped in your arms

skin against skin,hands intertwined

Let me fall asleep to the sound of your heartbeat

Sean Hayes “Jack” is gay in his private life

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After actor Sean Hayes accepted the role of Jack McFarland in the series “Will and Grace” everyone wanted to learn about his sexual orientation.
In an interview, he said:
“When I have a gay role, I want to be as confident as possible. The same goes for when I play Straight. The less you know about my private life, so I can be more confident in the roles. ”

 

He had never been said to be gay until now. It is opened for the first time in the next issue of The Advocate.

“I am what I am. I’ve never been hiding. I have done so much for the gay community. What do you expect more? Should I walk on a gay parade? ”
The series “Will and Grace” has not been shot for 11 years and is in contact with Megan Malali (Karen).

“I am currently with a person I love very much”

That’s all I need. I do not work much. I live as a grandfather of 85 years. A quiet dream is a fantastic thing. ”

In January 2017, NBC closed a deal for a new 10-episode season of the series, to air during the 2017-18 season. Hayes will executive produce this season as well as creators/executive producers Max Mutchnick and David Kohan.

 

How children live in gay marriages Loved, Successful,Proud

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At the moment when the whole world is debating the equality of gay marriage and when it is officially accepted or forbidden by a new country every day, many of the children raised in such marriages have decided to state their views.
In 2013, the last research on this topic was conducted, ie how same-sex marriages affect the development of children adopted by them.
It covered 500 different children across Australia, which gave a surprisingly positive conclusion: children from these families are progressing well, they are better off with their parents and they have healthier habits.
Here are some of the statements that created this picture:

A.J. Costa, a Texas-based student who lives with two mothers – “I am unbelievably proud of my family, because we are a normal version of a modern family – Christians and supporters of the LGBT group. It’s just like having parents with different skin color. It is important that we love, fight and manage just like everyone else. And I’m so glad that it is! ”

Alia Shane, a daughter of two mothers who have been living together for 31 years – “My parents provided me with unconditional love and support, which I needed to grow into what I am. They taught me the courage, how to stand behind my beliefs and prepare me how to help those who did not have much luck in life. ”

Daniela Silber, a child of two mothers and two fathers – In 1982, two lesbian mothers and two bisexual fathers decided to get a child together. 9 months later, Daniela was born, and 5 years later she received a younger brother.
“He is my closest personality in life and my favorite partner in the active struggle for equality of same-sex love. Although growing in a homophobic and heterosexual society is not easy, my family has taught me that our diversity can be our strength! ”

Sharon Shatuck, the daughter of two mothers who changed sex – “Marsy and Tricia are my mothers who are the right pillar of our family. We are considered boringly normal, even though I’m already making a documentary for my family. ”

Paul Perry, son of two fathers – “I grew up in a traditional society and I am unbelievably proud of my family, because we always defied the worst aspects of the tradition, while at the same time we adhered to some standing values ​​that meant to us. The balance has helped us succeed. ”

Today same-sex marriages are legally legal in the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Canada, California and many more countries around the world. But adoption and artificial insemination is still a taboo that nobody ever wants to talk about.
Some claim that the population is declining with the spread of these families, others are concerned about the physical and mental health of children brought up in same-sex families.
What is your opinion? Justify or rigorously condemn?

Israeli support for gay marriage

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Ahead of Tel Aviv Pride, 79 percent of Israelis Jews told pollsters they support allowing same-sex marriage or civil unions for gay couples.

According to Hiddush, the religious pluralism group that commissioned the poll released Thursday, public support for allowing gay couples to marry in Israel has reached an all-time high. The group found 76 percent support last year, and just 53 percent in 2009.

The Rafi Smith Polling Institute conducted the poll of 500 Israeli Jewish adults on June 5 and 6, asking, “Do you think same-sex couples should be permitted to marry or have civil unions in Israel?” The margin of error is 4.5 percent.

As in past years, support for the proposition was found to be inversely related to religious observance and right-wing political views. Some 92 percent of secular Jews and 100 percent of voters for the left-wing Meretz and center left Zionist Union parties said they support same-sex marriage, compared to zero percent of haredi Orthodox Jews and a 65 percent of voters for the pro-settlement Jewish Home party.

However, in the middle of the political and religious spectrums, same-sex marriage won the backing of large majorities. Some 90 percent of “traditional, not close to religion” Israelis and 77 percent of “traditional, close to religion” Israelis supported the idea; as did 90 percent of voters for the center-right Kulanu party, 84 percent for the ruling right-wing Likud party and 83 percent for the hawkish Yisrael Beiteinu party.

Even among religious Zionists, who generally vote right wing, a plurality — 47 percent — backed gay marriage. That’s despite recent disparaging remarks by prominent members of the religious community.

For example, last July, Rabbi Yigal Levinstein, who runs a pre-military academy in the Eli West Bank settlement, complained that Israeli soldiers were taught to respect gay men, whom he referred to as deviants. In 2015, Jewish Home lawmaker Bezalel Smotrich called himself a ”proud homophobe.”

Later that year, a haredi Orthodox man went on a stabbing spree at the Jerusalem Pride March, killing 16-year-old Shira Banki and wounding five others.

There is no gay marriage in Israel. In a system that dates back to Ottoman rule of Palestine, Israelis marry through their own state-sanctioned and publicly funded religious legal systems. For Jews, that means going to the Orthodox Jewish Chief Rabbinate, which has become increasingly unpopular. The state recognizes gay marriages and civil unions performed abroad.

In a statement accompanying the poll, Hiddush director Rabbi Uri Regev criticized the government for being increasingly out of touch with public opinion. He blamed deference to haredi Orthodox parties, which have historically wielded disproportionate clout in Israel’s parliamentary system.

“The gulf between the Israeli public will and the government’s policies is widening,” Regev said.“While the Jewish public is increasingly open and supportive of the realization of individual freedoms in the spirit of Israel’s Declaration of Independence, which promised freedom of religion and conscience for all, the Israeli government coalition kowtows to the ultra-Orthodox political parties, perpetuating state-enforced religious coercion and infringement of civil rights and human dignity in Israel.

 

According to Hiddush, there are some 284,000 gay people in the country, who cannot marry due to the lack of civil marriage or state recognition for gay marriage.

Happy Anniversary

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Аlways happy, always in love, always a team!

Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita celebrated their anniversary. They are together for four years, happy four years. Their love grows every year. They are very happy together and they are doing it with us. They are a cool couple and show their love. They support one another. They are happy to have one another. They are an inspiration for many of us.
Happy anniversary and have many happy years together!

See a part of their life.