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Gay Video Game - "The Beat: A Glam Noir Game"

New video game "The Beat" launches with queer main character In the world of video games, there are (at least so far) only a few games that deal with the LGBTQIA+ community. However, this is about to change. One of the pioneers in this context is perhaps the game "The Beat: A Glam Noir Game". In this game, the main character is a homosexual police officer who, however, keeps his sexuality hidden. However, it's not just about a gay cop. Rather, the entire storyline deals with queer themes. Several queer films seem to have served as inspiration here. Among other things, some real, historical locations were also incorporated into the plot. All these factors make the video game seem even more authentic. What is The Beat: A Glam Noir Game about? The Beat: A Glam Noir Game is played on the PC. It's about solving a murder case in a gay bar. H...
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Kharkiv celebrates Pride Parade

Despite war, Ukraine celebrates Pride Parade in Kharkiv Since Ukraine was attacked by Russian troops in February 2022, numerous men and women have been at war to defend their country. The resistance seems to be bearing fruit, as Russian troops have been pushed out of the first cities and areas in recent days. How sustainable this success is remains to be seen. For Ukrainians, however, even in these difficult times, war is not the only factor. In the liberated city of Kharkiv, they are currently going one step further. A pride parade is being planned under the motto "United as Never Before". The Pride Parade is to be celebrated on several days Although the situation in Ukraine is far from calming down, the LGBTQIA+ community wants to organize queer celebrations between September 17 and 25. This was announced by the lesbian-feminist organization Sphere NGO in the framework of...
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Queer documentary receives German Television Award

Documentary "How God Created Us" Receives German Television Award On Tuesday and Wednesday evening, the winners of the 2022 German Television Award were announced. A special highlight was that the documentary "Wie Gott uns schuf - Coming-Out in der katholischen Kirche" received the German Television Award as best documentary/reportage. Also nominated in this category were "The Outbreak - Was the Pandemic Avoidable?", "Gladbeck", "The Night the Flood Came - Protocol of a Climate Catastrophe" and an episode of "Team Wallraff - Now More Than Ever! "As God created us" as the starting signal for the #OutInChurch movement. The authors of the documentary "Wie Gott uns schuf" spent a total of two years researching for their series. They contacted employees of the Catholic Church and spoke with them about their queerness. Even today, in the Catholic Church, homosexual people are treated as...
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