About Us

MensGo is both a private company operating under Swiss law and a European trademark registered in Portugal.

MensGo.com is a gay social network and a gay dating site with a multinational proximity. Current and upcoming developement in six languages: French, English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian. MensGo will be gradually deployed across all six language areas.

BlogMensGo is published by MensGo.com.

 

MensGo & BlogMensGo

PO Box 7316

CH-1002 Lausanne

Switzerland

Fax +41 (0) 2 16 61 22 55

Email (antispam wording): admin (at) mensgo (dot) com

 

Publication Director: Claude-André Quennoz

admin (at) mensgo (dot) com

 

Editor: Frank-S

frank-s (at) blogmensgo (dot) com

 

MensGo is a trademark registered by the "Instituto Nacional da Propriedade Industrial" (INPI) of Portugal, and referenced as entry #410,784 (January 26, 2006).

 

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To submit an article of your own to the editor of BlogMensGo, either email in English to frank-s (at) blogmensgo (dot) com or in French to blogmensgo (at) gmail (dot) com

 

MensGo - What is it?

MensGo is a wider community, a place where people of any affiliation or background can find an ambience, and of course, where they feel welcome to share their secrets, their experiences, and even skills.

A place where one feels at ease in a friendly atmosphere and where there are elements (relations, products and services) that affect their lifestyle...

We want to live a time when tolerance is synonymous with recognition and acceptance.

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MAKING LOVE A HUMAN RIGHT

“Whoever, on the basis of sexual orientation, is deprived of his liberty, prosecution or punishment or torture must be recognized as a prisoner of conscience.”

Amnesty International

 

Last revised: October 24, 2015

Translated to English: February 28, 2012