Topics :: Iceland
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Looking for stark beauty, LGBT acceptance and progressive culture? Look no further than Iceland... any time of year.
Tom Mitchell has agreed to donate his penis to the world's only museum exclusively dedicated to the male member in this thought-provoking documentary about the self-worth and the gratification a man receives from his genitalia.
Jon Gnarr, the mayor of Iceland’s capital Reykjavik, wants to cut ties with Moscow after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the "homosexual propaganda" measure into law last month.
Iceland’s government is drafting plans to ban pornography, in print and online, in an attempt to protect children from a tide of violent sexual imagery.
Iceland’s second annual LGBT winter festival kicks off a year of pride with outdoor adventures, local tours and late-night parties.
The Rainbow Reykjavik program provides a colorful mixture of various events, including tours to see the Northern Lights, geysers, waterfalls and the Continental Divide, great meals and dance parties.
There is no better time than right now to book your trip to Iceland: the second annual international LGBT Festival will take place from 31 January - 03 February, 2013.
This very gay-friendly far-northern Atlantic island nation offers the perfect vacation, with some of the most incredible natural beauty on the planet, a warm populace & a surprisingly active capital city.
The Rainbow Reykjavik Event Team, including Pink Iceland (Iceland’s top tour operator dedicated to LGBT clientele) and Reykjavik Excursions, have put together an outstanding program for this International LGBT Festival 16-19. February, 2012.
According to Icelandic folklore, there are several magical traditions that are supposed to happen on New Year’s Eve: cows are thought to be able to talk, seals take on human form, the dead rise from their graves and elves move from one house to the next.
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