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Liberal Berlin is known for its party-hard nightlife, distinctive architecture and warm welcome to all tourists. Gay Berlin on a budget is great fun...

10 Reasons why La Demence Cruise is La Immense

The La Demence Cruise is back for 2014. Here’s why you should be on that ship when it sets sail…   1) The odds are in...

Jersey Wows!

When you think of Pride celebrations, you normally think of London, Brighton, Manchester, Madrid etc. You probably don’t think of the Channel islands. Why...

Editor’s Letter – The Hong Kong Issue

The last few months have been ALL about London haven’t they. Whether it’s been the political maelstrom of the election, the horrors of Grenfell...

THE NEW YORKER

“If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere,” shouts the iconic anthem for a city that never sleeps. It’s a place where...

Your Guide To The Scene In Brighton

Fatigued by London and looking for a quick break somewhere? Never fear! Jason Reid is on hand to guide you through Brighton’s (in)famous scene.    Situated...

Fall of the Wall

Xav Judd reports on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the reunification of two divided gay communities… Twenty-five years ago...

Nude Resorts – The Best In No-Clothing Relaxation and Light-Packing Travel

If you really want to inject excitement into your relationship or push the boundaries, clothing optional leisure resorts are the way to go. You...

Life Outside London: Belfast

For this week’s edition of Life Outside London, we’re sticking to the UK but taking a trip across the Irish Sea to the Northern...

Drag, Diamonds & Dim Sum: Club kid and photographer Karen Stanley explores Hong Kong’s...

Words & Photos by Karen Stanley Hong Kong! By god it’s hot, but fuck me is it beautiful. For those of you who don’t know,...

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