Topics :: Tel Aviv

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Tel Aviv: Beaches, Boys and Beyond

By Gregory Kiep | Jul 21
Whether you're looking for sexy beaches, posh accommodations or historical tours, Tel Aviv has established itself as one of the hottest LGBT destinations in the world.

World’s Largest Rainbow Flag Illuminates Tel Aviv Pride Week

A massive, illuminated Gay Pride flag is currently adorning the Tel Aviv Municipality Building in Rabin Square in celebration of the city’s 21st annual Pride Week taking place this week.

Israeli Trans Singer in Controversial Video

A video promoting Tel Aviv’s Gay Pride Parade has been taken offline after the family of a youngster claimed they did not provide consent to participate.

Eilat and Tel Aviv Pride Celebrations Anticipate 100,000+ Worldwide Travelers

By EDGE | May 2
Thousands of travelers from around the world are expected to arrive in Israel for the annual Pride Festivals taking place in Eilat (May 15-17) and Tel Aviv (June 8-14).

Tel Aviv: Israel’s Party-Loving Beachfront Metropolis

By Brett Taylor | Mar 6
With a gay scene that compares favorably to gay capitals around the globe, an amazing beach, warm weather, great food and hot men, it’s no surprise that the IGLTA rated Tel Aviv the best gay destination in the world.

Roberto Cavalli Showcases Spring/Summer 2012 Collection at Tel Aviv Fashion Week

FASHION | Nov 23
Tel Aviv, already renowned for its beaches and nightlife, is quickly gaining a reputation as the fashion capital of the Middle East

Drag Queen Abducted, Beaten by Family

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | Sep 6
A man who worked as a drag performer in Tel Aviv was kidnapped and assaulted by members of his own family, according to news accounts.

Tel Aviv Commemorates Gay Youth Center Shooting Anniversary

NATIONAL | By Kilian Melloy | Aug 3
Marchers in Tel Aviv marked the first anniversary of a gay youth center shooting rampage that left two dead and injured thirteen.

Live For Tel Aviv

By Matthew Tharrett | Apr 7
Summertime is right around the corner, and we’ve all got Pride on the mind. As gay men, it’s our duty to unearth the short-shorts on the first warm day of the season and let Manhattan know we’re serious about the next four months. Years ago, the changing weather was our cue to transform the city into a gay playground-but several decades of sticky subway rides have become a sweaty reminder to book a flight and vote ourselves off the island.

South Floridians honor Tel Aviv hate crime victims at vigil

NATIONAL | By Joseph Erbentraut | Aug 31
More than 100 local residents and activists gathered at the Gay & Lesbian Community Center of South Florida in Fort Lauderdale on Aug. 25 to remember those killed and wounded by a masked gunman who opened fire at an LGBT youth center in Tel Aviv earlier this month.

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