For the third year in a row, this little European country welcomes LGBTI people from all over the world to a festival with a difference
The quirky Portuguese capital is a left-field choice for a city break this summer
Italy’s government made history by standing up to the Catholic Church to give lesbian and gay couples civil partnerships
Gentrified neighborhoods, squats, artists’ labs and trendy boutiques and breweries in Germany's coolest city
The Italian instep is full of secret gems, from picturesque towns to gorgeous landscapes
A land of ancient heroes and charming princes and princesses, of castles, rivers and history
Lush landscapes, rugged terrain and liberation among the dragon trees: there's more to this Canary Island than clubs and fish and chip shops
A visit to the Barcelona region, from a mountaintop monastery to vineyards, wineries, beaches and Catalan fiestas
Pink Week knocks it out the park once again amid resistance over gay marriage in a Central European country of immaculate beauty
The country's second largest city after Lisbon proves the perfect base for exploring this wine-drenched region. Honey and orange peel-flavoured Port, anyone?
The island of Madeira comes alive during carnival season, an annual event celebrating the last days before Lent with typical drinks and dances that last for days on end
Nicole Bonamino, 22, is the first Italian sportsperson playing at the top level to come out. She tells GSN: 'I want a family and children'
From Lake Bled to Lipica, from the Skocjan caves to Medieval castles, Gay Star Travel explores the world away from the capital's buzzing life
Gay Star Travel visits the Slovenian capital to enjoy its buzzing nightlife and its tasty cakes. This is where all LGBTI people from the country come to have fun
Before a Rome medical student jumped off an 11 story building, he made frequent calls crying for help over the homophobia he faced at university
Police are investigating after a group of young thugs had attacked a photo exhibition, an installation already the subject of protest by the Catholic Church
The welcoming capital of British Columbia, Canada, is home to whale watching, buzzing nightclubs, British food and a craft beer-tasting cycling tour
The Emilia Romagna regional assembly passes a resolution to guarantee a new life to Russian gay activists escaping from their country
British Columbia's biggest city is reminiscent of vibrant New York and lovely London, but sets itself apart with its own nature and architecture... and loads of nice men to be found in gay-borhood Davie Village
Arcigay announces the move against Barilla, after its chairman said 'we are in favor of the traditional family'. Gay senator Sergio Lo Giudice tells GSN: 'This is not marketing, he made a big mistake'
From 18 to 22 September, the northern Italian city will host dozens of events: 51 films, dance, ballet, theater and parties
At least 34 people are under investigation for being illegal parking wardens. Four in the gang tried to beat up an undercover cop dressed as a beggar
Study by LGBT association Gay Center reveals the turmoil of dozens of young gay boys and girls. Last week a Roman 14-year-old boy jumped from his window after leaving a dramatic letter to his parents
Cecile advertised her offer on E-Loue, a very popular website. Its co-founder assures 'she's not doing anything illegal'
We discover the city of finance and banks has become a city of art galleries, gay clubs, paths along the river and very welcoming locals
Journalist Tommaso Cerno says: 'This is going to be a homophobic law, nobody wants it'
Parliament is going to vote the draft this Friday or next week, but most of the Italian LGBT activists are not happy with it because 'nothing changes, there's no specific punishment for gay hate'
Thousands of LGBT people are crowding the German city, where the Christopher Street Day has been welcomed by the mayor
The DFB is going to send a 28-page leaflet to all 26,000 German football clubs, with tips on how to prevent discrimination
The chair of the Ministerial Advisory Committee on HIV/AIDS of Queensland says: 'Holiday-makers tend to do things they normally wouldn't do in Australia'