Têtu is Back in PrintBelgium Wants to Make Adoption by Same-sex Couples EasierProfessional Life: Norway Ranks Best for LGBT People

Têtu is Back in Print

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of March 1st, 2017) Nineteen months after filing for bankruptcy and fourteen months after a re-launch of Tetu.com, the iconic French gay magazine Têtu has been back in print since yesterday. The newly launched magazine will appear every other month with a new editors’ policy than before. The new Têtu: Young, open…
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Belgium Wants to Make Adoption by Same-sex Couples Easier

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of February 16, 2017) On February 9, 2017, the Belgian representatives unanimously accepted a bill intended to simplify the provisions and procedures for adoption by same-sex couples. The text introduced by Green Party members Stefaan Van Hecke and Muriel Gerkens privileges the child interest over the interest of the parents or ex-partners.…
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Professional Life: Norway Ranks Best for LGBT People

(Blogmensgo, gay blog of January 18, 2017) According to a recent study by Expert Market, Norway is the most open and accommodating country for LGBT people in terms of working conditions and work environment. Norway heads a list of 43 countries in Europe and stretching to the west of the Ural Mountains. Four more Scandinavian…
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