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“Let’s change hate for LOVE” is Axel Hotel’s new slogan for their most recent video-campaign on their latest opening in America.

This stunning and exciting campaign by Axel Hotels brings a totally different version of what history has told us about Europe coming into America. Its main goal is to break up all the misconceptions about the relationship between both continents through a message of love, inclusion and respect for diversity in all of its presentations.

We may remember that Europe’s ever first landing into America resulted into an unfortunate conflict, and it marked history with violence and conflict. Today, progress and Axel Hotels tell the story in a different way. We look back to the past in order to redesign the future with a love flag to symbolize respect within all cultures and lifestyles.

This campaign was directed by Barcelona based creative Kike Doatis, and it was shooted by a big production team, including staff and models who belong to the LGBTQ Community

If you haven’t been to any of Axel Hotels, we highly recommend any of their global destinations. Their concept has been a turning point signature for LGBTQ Tourism and Hospitality worldwide, to the point that they refer to themselves as a “hetero-friendly” hotel chain. Since their first opening back in 2003 in Barcelona, their style, along with their high-class service have taken them into a success path with recent openings in Berlin, Ibiza and Venezia.

We are so proud to welcome Axel Hotels in America with its first hotel in the continent, the AxelBeach Miami. Discover this new destination and let yourself get pampered by all the beauty of Florida’s most fun and exciting LGBTQ destination.

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AGT finalist and vocal powerhouse Brian Justin Crum premiered his new single, I & U“, yesterday on Huff Post ; out everywhere today. The new track is a follow-up single to ” Circles “, which was released in February.
“I & U” was co-written by #1 Billboard writers Melanie Fontana, Lindgren and Ferras, and produced by Lindgren.
“‘I & U’ is about the tricks our mind can play on us after a relationship ends. Even when it ends badly, we often go and cycle through all the good memories and wonder why, after ALL that, we still want and care about this person,” explains Brian . Itʼs something I have struggled with in the past. Putting relationships to bed takes time and it hurts. Taking action takes strength; we have all been there before…” 
Crum garnered millions of views from his performances of Queen, Michael Jackson, Radiohead and Phil Collins – which went viral and generated some of the highest online stats seen by show’s emerging talent.
He blew away the judges on America’s Got Talent with his performance of Elton John’s “Your Song” (Season 11, placing 4th), earning the respect of Simon Cowell and team. Watch that performance here . ______
Also noteworthy, Crum is set to play a few select dates throughout the remainderof June in celebration of PRIDE Month :
Long Island Pride6/23
San Antonio Pride6/28 – 6/29
St. Louis Pride6/30
For allupcoming shows, please visit theOfficial Websiteof Brian Justin Crum.

““I & U” is an ode to heartache and the emotions that linger long after a romance has died.” – HuffPost_
Stream “I & U” on Spotify.

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Taiwan has become the first place in the Asian continent to officially legalize same-sex marriage. Thousands of demonstrators gathered outside Parliament on Friday May 17th, where they cheered and waved rainbow flags, despite strong divisions over marriage equality over the last months.

Taiwans were more than happy to celebrate IDAHOT 2019 with such a significant event in their nation’s history!

Lawmakers from the majority Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) backed up the bill, which passed 66 to 27, though the measure could complicate President Tsai Ing-wen’s bid to win a second term in presidential elections on 2020.

Despite heavy rain, demonstrators outside Parliament in Taipei embraced tearfully, while others hailed the vote with chants of “Asia’s first” and “Way to go, Taiwan”.

The bill, which offers same-sex couples similar legal protections for marriage as heterosexuals, will take effect after Ms Tsai signs it into law:

“Today, we can show the world that #LoveWins,” added Mr Tsai, who campaigned on a promise of marriage equality in the 2016 presidential election.

However, it is yet not clear enough if same-sex couples will be entitled to other specific and relevant rights, such as adoption and cross-national marriage, with Parliament continuing to discuss the measure on Friday.

The vote followed a years-long tussle over marriage equality that culminated in a 2017 declaration by the democratic island’s constitutional court giving same-sex couples the right to marry, and setting a deadline of May 24 for legislation.

Taipei’s colourful gay pride parade, one of Asia’s largest, puts on display every year the vibrancy of the island’s LGBT community.

CONGRATULATIONS TAIWAN! LOVE WINS!

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Eliza Sonrisas

Fotógrafa, diseñadora, maquillista e ilustradora. Orgullosamente LGBT+, gender fluid, amante de la moda y los animales. Activista y defensora de los derechos humanos. Conferencista, escritora y voluntaria en It Gets Better MX

La lucha comienza en mi mente.

Recostada en mi cama, una taza de té caliente, audífonos al oído, en mi playlist suena música instrumental y en mi mente una idea que no me deja dormir.

A lo largo de los años yo me he presentado como una persona incluyente, alguien que cree con firmeza que el valor de la gente, el talento y su importancia para el mundo no pueden ser definidos por una identidad, una expresión de género, una orientación sexual, un aspecto físico, un lugar de nacimiento, ni donde radica, tampoco lo define un gusto o preferencia de credo, sin embargo, constantemente invadida por estereotipos caigo en prejuicios y valoro a las personas sin conocer que hay detrás de cada piel, pero es muy fácil perder el rumbo y pienso:

¿Es posible no discriminar? 

Personalmente creo que los diferentes tipos de segregación son una herramienta de supervivencia, o te adaptas o mueres, o discriminas o te discriminan, un circulo vicioso muy dañino. 

Vivimos en un mundo lleno de etiquetas y estereotipos, nuestra mente así funciona, toma rápidamente datos aislados y los interpreta para darnos cierta información, si miramos el cielo y hay nubes grises asumimos que lloverá, eso no está mal ¿no?, nos ayuda a saber que debemos cubrirnos o anticipar ciertas condiciones, esa intuición, o mejor dicho esa capacidad de análisis es un instinto para protegernos, sin embargo no es la única información que nuestra mente arroja, también automáticamente algunas personas lo asociarán con un día triste, difícil, y eso no es instinto, eso es una imagen construida a partir de conceptos sociales. Algún día a alguien le fue mal mientras llovía, lo asoció, lo comunicó con otras personas que tuvieron días similares en esas condiciones y de repente ¡bum! Se hizo una idea de dominio popular y a mucha gente aunque no le vaya mal en esos días ya compraron la idea de que así será.

Lo mismo pasa cuando conocemos a alguien y simplemente por ver ciertas características ya suponemos tantas cosas de él o ella que en realidad no existen y es simplemente por que socialmente se nos han impuesto esas ideas.

Ahora la pregunta es: ¿Cuánto tiempo tienen esas ideas en vigencia? 

La respuesta es, hasta que alguien demuestre lo contrario y ese alguien eres tú, soy yo; Es imposible quitar los estereotipos, pero es nuestra labor hacer conciencia y evitar que esos estereotipos contengan juicios de valor que afecten la libertad, la concepción o vulneren el respeto de otro.

Es difícil, yo lucho día a día contra ello, sé que estoy lejos de lograrlo, pero hoy abro el corazón y hago un viaje en retrospectiva cuando creía que ser yo era imposible y ofrezco mi apoyo a cualquier persona que carezca de estas posibilidades para sumar esfuerzos y entonces si, entre toda la gente apoyándonos será mucho más factible el salir al mundo sin miedo, sin discriminación.

Necesitamos gente libre y con ganas de cambiar las cosas, ¿Te sumas a la lucha?.<

@ElizaSonrisas
Moovz / Twitter / Instagram / Facebook / Youtube

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At some point in our lives, we’ve thought about our sexuality and how it may affect us going forward in our lives. Here, I talk about my struggles with my sexuality and how I came to the conclusion about my feeling on women. Can anyone relate to this?

This video is to walk you through me struggling with my sexuality and ALSO helping you understand your sexuality and hoping that you take something away from this video.

Follow me on my official profile at MOOVZ, the LGBT Social Network. 

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Does it bother you when people stereotype the LGBTQ+ community? I’m debunking 5 myths when it comes to the LGBTQ+ community.” Check them out.
Follow my official profile on MOOVZ, the LGBT social network.

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For some, coming out was considered easy; some considered it difficult and others nearly impossible or unimaginable. I never realized just how long it took me to come out to my family, 12 years. From the time I realized I was interested in women, to the time I reveled I had a girlfriend, 12 years. I hid something that was apart of me to basically everyone I know and love.

It can be overwhelming to watch others living their life, while you’re feeling stuck or untrue to yourself. Because I this, I’ve decided to make this video, helping others who are older and who are struggling to come out as an adult. 

Hopefully this video helps and hopefully you will take something away from these tips.


-KS

Follow me on my official profile in MOOVZ, the LGBT social app.

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