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Covid-19: LGBT+ people still seeking for hook-ups on line despite restrictions. 
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Covid-19: LGBT+ people still seeking for hook-ups on line despite restrictions. 

Two in ten LGBT+ people would still consider online dating/hook-ups amid this coronavirus pandemic. Researchers would explain it as a need to fill a loss of intimacy during this historic moment, more than anything else.  All this, of course, goes against the restrictive measures that almost the whole world is applying to stem Covid-19 pandemic that is redefining our daily lives and routines. Despite the increasing numbers of deaths due to coronavirus, it seems that about 28% of LGBT+ people would still consider casual hook-ups (mainly for sex) through famous dating apps; according to the Queer Voices Heard report published on Tuesday. Participants for the social business group who took part to this survey, described community's "real fear" of the viral epidemic, with 57% of responde...
Covid-19 and Gay Prides 2020 – what future?
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Covid-19 and Gay Prides 2020 – what future?

The health of every citizen and the LGBT+ people is something that must stand above all. The Covid-19 pandemic has required and is demanding to all of great efforts and sacrifices - which are minimal if we compare them to the effort and sacrifice of the medical staff fighting to the limit of their strength against this virus - and for this, it is  also necessary to make painful decisions for a greater good. London Pride 2020 postponed The organizers announced the decision in a statement released today March 23rd stating that the health and safety of the LGBT+ community is their "top priority". The event, which was to take place on June 27th, 2020, and which generally attracts more than one million people in the capital of Great Britain, has therefore been postponed to a date to be co...
Will Corona Virus Stop Eurovision Song Contest 2020? This is what EBU replied to our email.
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Will Corona Virus Stop Eurovision Song Contest 2020? This is what EBU replied to our email.

The Mayor of Rotterdam - Ahmed Aboutaleb - was clear and resolute: “we want a response by no later than 6th April”. Yesterday the Dutch government decided to apply restrictive measures across the nation - following other European countries, such as Italy, which is giving a strong example of active fight against this Virus - among which we find also cancellations of all those events where 100+ people are expect to gather. Universities and colleges will offer online lecturers as much as possible; concerts, soccer matches of all levels have been canceled until the end of the month. Since yesterday, the Van Gogh museum, The Rijksmuseum as well as the Anne Frank House have closed to public to comply with the new safety regulations which will remain in force until 31st March 2020. It is obviou...
Adam Castillejo is the second person in the world to be cured of HIV.
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Adam Castillejo is the second person in the world to be cured of HIV.

The second person in the world to be cured of HIV publicly revealed his identity for the first time. We are talking about Adam Castillejo, 40, from London, who reportedly recovered from HIV following a stem cell treatment for cancer, according to BBC. Adam joins the Berlin patient who was declared cured of the virus in 2011, three years after undergoing a similar treatment. Adam Castillejo said: "By publicly revealing my identity and my story, I hope to help improve people's understanding of the science and HIV generally. I want to thank all those who have supported me on this journey, particularly my medical team at Hammersmith Hospital without whom I would not be here today." Venezuela-born Castillejo contracted HIV a year after moving to London in 2003. Unfortunately, in 2012 he w...
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