Prague Pride is joining the vast family of prides who will this year reflect the 50th anniversary of Stonewall riots and celebrate the achievements of the LGBT+ movement. As the Czech Republic had a specific LGBT history due to the Iron Curtain, we will focus on the legacy of the past, relevance for today and our responsibility for future generations. Prague Pride 2019 will take place from 5 till 11 August, the Pride Parade on Saturday 10 August.

Yasmin Benoit is an alternative model, blogger and actress from Great Britain and currently one of the main faces of the asexual community world-wide. Early in 2019 she initiated a spontaneous social-media campaign #ThisIsWhatAsexualLooksLike challenging stereotypes about asexuality and thanks to her activism asexuality is gaining greater visibility in media and in the LGBTQ+ community.

Veřejná ochránkyně práv ve spolupráci se spolkem Prague Pride provedla vloni na podzim jedno z nejrozsáhlejších dotazníkových šetření mezi LGBT lidmi v České republice. Jeho závěry byly oznámeny 17. května, v Mezinárodní den boje proti homofobii, bifobii a transfobii. Ombudsmanka připojila i konkrétní doporučení, jak situaci LGBT osob v Česku zlepšit.


This year’s week 6-12 August was really loaded with events. The Prague Pride festival took place and it brought several significant novelties and historic records. We wish to thank everyone who contributed to it, whether as an organizer, volunteer or participant. Without you all, Prague Pride would not have been the same! Let’s look back at some of the moments of the rainbow week.

Born in Saudi Arabia to an Egyptian family, Nour Shaker has worked for Vodafone both in the Middle East and in Europe for the last five years in IT leadership roles, while undergoing her transition. Nour stood behind creating Vodafone’s HR policies to support colleagues who start their transition whilst working at Vodafone and she plays an important role as Trans Advisor for the Vodafone UK LGBT+ Friends Network.

Prague Pride returns this summer with more love, more parties, and more English-friendly events. The 8th annual LGBT festival, the biggest in Eastern Europe, will be held from Monday, August 6th to Sunday, August 12th. The Gay Parade will dance throughout the city on Saturday, August 11th. Prague Pride takes place outside the traditional Pride month of June, giving you another chance to enjoy this year’s rainbow season.

Cancer, suicide, depression, emigration, homosexuality… The Manns are the most significant German family of the 20th century. They’re called “The Kennedys of Germany” and although they solved their problems pretty much like any other family, everything can be turned into tabloid material, right? It could maybe look like this:











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