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Gay LGBT History Tour Amsterdam, 2 Hours Walk a...
15,00 € *
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Do you see the Netherlands and Amsterdam as progressive and liberal? Are a you LGBT or do you know someone? Wouldn't you like to know how it happened? This is the one and only LGBT Gay Tour in Amsterdam that will tell you that. This story is now even more relevant with a world changing.LGBT History Tour Amsterdam : Homo Monument and Gay marriage. Amsterdam as front runner in LGBT rights in the worldThe Netherlands was the first country in the world with a monument for LGBT victims and the first country where same sex marriages were legal. In the roaring 80's and 90’s Amsterdam was the GAY capital of the world.The tour takes you on a trip through historic Amsterdam and goes from the 17th Century until 2001 the year of GAY marriage. We start at the Homo monument and end at “het Mandje”, the oldest gay bar in the world on the Zeedijk.Your guide Henk  witnessed the roaring 80's and 90's himself and is a great historian and story teller according to earlier participants.

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GAILY TOUR in VERSAILLES - Gay & Lesbian Tour
180,00 € *
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Amsterdam • Gay Tour & HomoMonument's Secrets • Gay or Lesbian Friendly Tour Guide and/or Driver • Every Entrance Fee or Tasting described in the program

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Private Amsterdam LGBTQ Rainbow Tour with a Local
42,00 € *
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Amsterdam is one of the most gay-friendly cities in the world and a pioneer in the history of LGBTQ+ rights!Join your local host for a walk on the streets of the city best known for its commitment to equality and liberty and learn from its rich LGBTQ+ history. Visit cultural hotspots, historical monuments, vibrant bars & venues and iconic performance spaces.During your walk through the gay district of Amsterdam, you'll pass the oldest building in town and men-only sex club. You'll also stumble upon some of the most famous gay bars, such as Prik and Café 't Mandje.Discover the stories and myths behind the Blue Light District in the Red Light District - an area that only features transgender sex workers.This experience can help you get a broader insight into the queer community and I can share local stories along the way Too!Looking for some extra sightseeing? Then let's not forget the western and central side of Amsterdam.

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LGBT gay art and history tour: combo ticket, 2 ...
60,00 € *
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11:00 - 13:00 hrs. start RijksmuseumLGBT art and culture tour : at the Rijksmuseum (you will have to purchase yourself the entrance ticket for the museum Euro 17,50)The Rijksmuseum and its art collection is one of the most spectacular in the world.Go for lunch in lgbt cafe Downtown in the gay street, Reguliersdwarsstraat.15:00 - 17:00 hrs. Start homo monument, Westermarkt.GAY LGBT History Tour: 400 years LGBT history from the 17th Century till Homo Monument 1987 and Gay marriage in 2001. The first in the world. Amsterdam as front runner in GAY LGBT rights in the worldThe tour ends on the Zeedijk in front of the oldest gay bar in Europe 't Mandje.

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Walking Tour: Amsterdam Liberal Capital of the ...
27,03 € *
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During the first half of the tour we'll dive into the history of Amsterdam and how it became the most liberal city in the world. I will take you on a story framed journey through the historic city center. You will learn how Amsteram became the World Capital for gay marriage, recreational drug use, prostitution, abortion and euthanesia.Then we'll take the ferry across the river IJ to an old industrial shipping wharf in Amsterdam North. It was abandoned in the 1980s and slowly converted into an underground hotspot for prospective local artists in the 1990s.Today the old shipping wharf in Amsterdam North is a salute to Amsterdam's Liberal Spirit. The artist community is mostly self-regulated and the city doesn't exercise much control. It is the most secret hidden gem of Amsterdam and a must-see for anyone who is interested in Amsterdam's local art scene! We'll check out loads of extraordinary pop-up art, street art, shipping-containers-turned-artist-studios and graffiti art.

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Coldwell, Elizabeth: Lionhearts
16,59 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 16.01.2015, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Lionhearts, Titelzusatz: The Pride of Amsterdam, Autor: Coldwell, Elizabeth, Verlag: Totally Bound Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: FICTION // Romance // LGBT // Gay // Bezug zu Schwulen, Rubrik: Belletristik // Romane, Erzählungen, Seiten: 206, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 252 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Falicon, Sebastion: Amsterdam Blues
18,99 € *
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Erscheinungsdatum: 08.11.2013, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Amsterdam Blues, Autor: Falicon, Sebastion, Verlag: Lulu.com, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: SOCIAL SCIENCE // LGBT Studies // Gay Studies // Bezug zu Schwulen, Rubrik: Soziologie, Seiten: 130, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 179 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Global Gay
16,61 € *
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A panoramic view of gay rights, gay life, and the gay experience around the world. In Global Gay, Frédéric Martel visits more than fifty countries and documents a revolution underway around the world: the globalization of LGBT rights. From Saudi Arabia to South Africa, from Amsterdam to Tel Aviv, from Singapore to the United States, activists, culture warriors, and ordinary people are part of a movement. Martel interviews the proprietor of a "gay-friendly” café in Amman, Jordan; a Cuban-American television journalist in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; a South African jurist who worked with Nelson Mandela to enshrine gay rights in the country's constitution; an American lawyer who worked on the campaign for marriage equality; an Egyptian man who fled his country after escaping a raid on a gay club; and many others. He tells us that in China, homosexuality is neither prohibited nor permitted, and that much Chinese gay life takes place on social media; that in Iran, because of the strict separation of the sexes, it seems almost easier to be gay than heterosexual; and that Raul Castro's daughter, a gay rights icon in Cuba, expressed her lingering anti-American sentiments by calling for Pride celebrations in May rather than June. Ten countries maintain the death penalty for homosexuals. "Homophobia is what Arab governments give to Islamists to keep them calm,” one activist tells Martel. Martel finds that although the "gay American way of life” has created a global template for gay activism and culture, each country offers distinctly local variations. And around the world, the status of gay rights has become a measure of a country's democracy and modernity. This English edition, which has been thoroughly revised and updated, has received the French Voices Award for excellence in publication and translation, supported by a grant from the French-American Book Fund.

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Global Gay
16,61 € *
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A panoramic view of gay rights, gay life, and the gay experience around the world. In Global Gay, Frédéric Martel visits more than fifty countries and documents a revolution underway around the world: the globalization of LGBT rights. From Saudi Arabia to South Africa, from Amsterdam to Tel Aviv, from Singapore to the United States, activists, culture warriors, and ordinary people are part of a movement. Martel interviews the proprietor of a "gay-friendly” café in Amman, Jordan; a Cuban-American television journalist in Fort Lauderdale, Florida; a South African jurist who worked with Nelson Mandela to enshrine gay rights in the country's constitution; an American lawyer who worked on the campaign for marriage equality; an Egyptian man who fled his country after escaping a raid on a gay club; and many others. He tells us that in China, homosexuality is neither prohibited nor permitted, and that much Chinese gay life takes place on social media; that in Iran, because of the strict separation of the sexes, it seems almost easier to be gay than heterosexual; and that Raul Castro's daughter, a gay rights icon in Cuba, expressed her lingering anti-American sentiments by calling for Pride celebrations in May rather than June. Ten countries maintain the death penalty for homosexuals. "Homophobia is what Arab governments give to Islamists to keep them calm,” one activist tells Martel. Martel finds that although the "gay American way of life” has created a global template for gay activism and culture, each country offers distinctly local variations. And around the world, the status of gay rights has become a measure of a country's democracy and modernity. This English edition, which has been thoroughly revised and updated, has received the French Voices Award for excellence in publication and translation, supported by a grant from the French-American Book Fund.

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Stand: 23.09.2020
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