Today many cities can pride themselves of being LGBT-friendly, same sex marriage is legal in many western countries and the presence of a lively and active gay community is considered a sign of a thriving cultural and varied metropolis. But it wasn’t always the case. In the early part of the 20th century Amsterdam represented a beacon of tolerance and freedom in a very repressed and bigoted Europe: the first gay bar opened in 1927.
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LGBT+ FILM FESTIVALS:
OUR 2017 TOP TEN
Film buffs have never had it so good. There is now an impressive abundance of LGBT+ film festivals to choose from, all around Europe....