Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 05 June 2012
Tags: tel aviv
, opening party
, primal instinct
, middle east
Organizers of Tel Aviv Pride event Papa know exactly what it takes to have us cashing in our frequent flyer miles for a last minute trip to Israel tonight: the prospect of meeting not one but three manly mirages.
Check out the NSFW-ISH promo for Papa, the opening party for Tel Aviv Pride, after the jump.
Written by Instinct Staff | Friday, 01 June 2012
, mdna tour
, tel aviv
, kicks off
, turn up the radio
, girl gone wild
, express yourself
, born this way
If you want your knowledge of the art, arrangements, choreography and costumes for Madonna's MDNA tour to remain pristine and unblemished until you check it out in North America or Europe, do NOT follow the jump!
Written by Instinct Staff | Friday, 13 April 2012
, gay travel awards
, new york city
, los angeles
, san francisco
, sao paulo
, tel aviv
, marriage equality
All the blocking, judging of ab shots and one word greetings Grindr users put up with on a daily basis certainly makes them opinionated authorities on getting around (the world, that is!). So now that Grindr has announced the roster of distinguished wining cities for its first ever Gay Travel Awards, people are taking notice and rearranging summer travel plans.
Which international cities did Grindr users crown the gayest? Which international cities have the hottest Grindr users? The answers to your long-held and most pressing questions, after the jump!
Written by Instinct Staff | Tuesday, 14 February 2012
, immigration equality
, matthew and yoav
, tel aviv
, valentine's day
, leaving u.s.
We've nearly reached the legal sugar-intake limit (West Hollywood Gay Penal Penis Code 4279) with all the saccharine sweetness today, but we're OK with cheating on the diet one more time with this heartfelt video by a cute married gay couple separated by DOMA.
, gay pride march
, tel aviv shootings
A Pride march unlike any other in the world took place yesterday in Jerusalem as thousands from the city’s GLBT community marched for their political rights in the Holy Land as well as in memory of the victims of the Tel Aviv gay center shooting, which marked its year anniversary yesterday.
While Jerusalem's longest Pride march has been historically marred with violence, yesterday's event unfolded calmly, despite the typical sight of the area's vehement anti-gay protestors.
From the AP:
Marchers said such opposition has forced the gay community of Jerusalem underground in most parts of the city.
"In a religious society, a lot of people still don't realize we actually exist," said Sarah Weil, 26, who helps run an organization for lesbians...FULL STORY