Thursday, August 28, 2014

Vote for Mr Gay World 2014

Who is your favourite among the 32 Mr Gay World 2014 delegates? Now you can cast your vote and tell who do think should be the new Mr Gay World!
32 brave, proud and good-looking men meet in Rome the last week in August, the competition is tough and only one can win the title; you can help to make the final decision.
You can vote once per day till 6 PM on the evening of the Grand Finale Saturday 30 August.
Go this link and vote for your favourite.

My favourites are:

Mr Gay Australia Chris Glebatsas 

Mr Gay UK Stuart Hatton

Mr Gay Spain Edgar Moreno

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

The Last Miss Spain Comes Out in Instagram Post

A Spanish beauty queen has posted up an intimate photo with her girlfriend on Instagram, becoming the first national pageant queen to openly admit that she’s gay.
Patricia Yurena, two-time winner of the Miss Spain contest, in 2008 and 2013, and a runner up in last year’s Miss Universe competition, which was held in Moscow, published the picture on the social media site.
Titled "Romeo and Juliet", Patricia can be seen in bed gazing lovingly into her girlfriend’s eyes. The love of her life is Vanesa Cortes, a singer and DJ on the Spanish House circuit.
Later she thanked her fans for the true reaction to her decision to come out in a follow-up Instagram post, adding: "I published impulsively, I appreciate the outpouring of support. Thank you".

Patricia participating in Miss Universe 2013

Monday, August 25, 2014

Over 1,400 same-sex couples married in England and Gales in three months

The UK's Office of National Statistics (ONS) has revealed that 1,409 gay and lesbian couples married between 29 March and 30 June, when the first weddings took place after the Same-Sex Marriage Act was enacted.
The ONS has informed that 95 marriages took place only in the first three days. But the number of marriages taking place increased month on month, with 351 marriages in April, 465 in May and 498 in June.
After being passed equal marriage law in the British House of Commons, and two-thirds of people in the UK supporting the right to gay marriage, same-sex couples can tie the knot in England and Wales since March 29th.

Scotland’s same-sex marriage law is expected to be approved in 2015. By contrast, Northern Ireland currently has no plans to allow gays couples to marry in the future.

Sean and Sinclair were the first british gay couple
getting married at Camden Town Hall, in London