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Gay News issue 332, April 2019 (12)




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Letter from Brussels: Does PrEP Polarize?

Dear Neighbors to the North, Since June 1, 2017, PrEP is reimbursed in Belgium. According to scientists, it is effective prevention against HIV and would drastically reduce the number of HIV infections. That is the theory. Practice - as often - shows a different picture.
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Coming Out is not Self-Evident in the World of Sports

In Amsterdam, the Dutch Green party GroenLinks has initiated an investigation into the degree of public support for Gay Pride. At the end of 2018, the football world was shaken by #Sorry Johan. In a short period of time this subject was trending on Twitter and the media focussed on key players en masse. The Netherlands has been at the forefront of human rights for decades, but is being overtaken from all directions. Is the tide turning?
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Remember the Past, Create the Future

For the international pride movement, 2019 is a special year. In June, it is fifty years ago that the Stonewall Riots broke out in New York, a fact that is commemorated all over the world.
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Absurd Anti-Gay Ruling in Municipality Bunschoten

A social services employee in the Dutch town of Bunschoten suggested to one of the town's inhabitants that it would be better if he left the community. "Because being gay is still an issue, if you know what I mean?", the civil servant said.
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British Man Second Ever to be Cured of AIDS by Stem Cell Transplantation

In the United Kingdom a man was declared cured of the AIDS virus after a successful stem cell transplantation. It is the second case ever in which this intervention led to complete recovery.
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Celebrating the King’s Birthday on the Zeedijk

Amsterdam will be celebrating King’s Day and Night again on April 26-27. Also, on the Zeedijk it will be one big party again, led by Amsterdam’s most cosy bingo queen Coby van Dam from café The Queen’s Head. This year, Coby has invited a colorful group of friends and girlfriends to sing and perform. Let’s quickly introduce them.
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Exhibition Hollandse Nieuwe II Shows New Work by Dutch Artists

Gallery MooiMan male-art has organized the second edition of “Hollandse Nieuwe.” This group exhibition, in which nine known and unknown artists from The Netherlands show their latest works, will be open to the public until May 18.
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How Students Remember the Past and Create the Future

We can’t ignore it any more: the theme of the Amsterdam Canal Parade is, of course, “Remember the Past, Create the Future.” We are extremely pleased with this theme at A.S.V.Gay, as it ties in extremely well with what we actually do as a student’s union.
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D66 Leader Jetten: Gays in the Netherlands cannot Walk Hand-in-Hand Carefree

Rob Jetten is concerned about the emancipation of the LGBT community. Lesbian women, homosexual men, bisexuals, transgender and intersex people sometimes take a step back under pressure from cultural tension. Homosexuals in the Netherlands, for instance, think twice before walking hand-in-hand.
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James Ivory’s Maurice Digitally Restored

The film “Maurice” (GB 1987) by James Ivory - after the semi-autobiographical novel by E.M. Forster - is back in the cinema in a digitally restored version (4K), English spoken, Dutch subtitles, 140 minutes.
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The Tea Dance is Back!

Soon, Amsterdam will have another Tea Dance! On April 7 you can “land” at the end of your weekend in café The Queen’s Head and enjoy the music stylings of Bo Monde and Jakko B. We asked Jakko B if he could tell us a bit more.
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Rigidity Will Not Bring Progress for the World

During a spring long in the past now, my mother was on her deathbed. One evening, I asked her if she was afraid to die. “No,” she replied, “I am going to see Hetty and God.” God was God, and Hetty was her twin sister and my godmother. Hetty had died a few years earlier.
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