Berliners Photograph Each Other Naked

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  Martin Gabriel Pavel and Czech artist Marek Kučera‘s project had one simple aim. “Daily Portrait IV Berlin 2015-2017″ consisted of one camera and 381 naked Berliners, mostly strangers who took photographs.  Once Martin had taken a picture of Marek, he then passed the camera on, so that he could find a subject to photograph … Continue reading



Getting to the Bottom of Berlin’s Folsom Fair

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  Since San Francisco’s famous Folsom Street Fair was re-created in Berlin in 2014 as Folsom Europe is has become Europe’s  largest gay fetish event. Tens of thousands of guys in leather & fetish gear  ‘walk’  the streets in the Berlin-Schöneberg district for a long weekend of fun. freedom and plenty of sleaze.  Attracting some 20,000 … Continue reading



Looking for a Workshop on Genital Meditation this Easter?

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  If you want to spend this Easter Weekend doing something a tad more fulfilling than just pigging out on chocolate bunnies, then why not head off to Berlin for the annual Stretch Festival.  It’s a three-day event for men in the heart of Berlin with an emphasis on Sensual, Experimental and Spiritual.  It features over 30 workshops  … Continue reading



PiG Berlin is Back with Europe’s largest Fetish Party

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  We guess when it comes to Fetish Parties the less you wear means the more planning you need to do and so that’s probably why PiG BERLIN tickets have gone on sale now for their September event.  This is Folsom Europe’s Official Party and billed as the continent’s largest “Men only” fetish party and has some sensational … Continue reading



Public Toilets, Private Affairs : an exhibit about cottaging

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Even though gay men euphorically referred to public lavatories that they frequented for clandestine sex as ‘tearooms’ the practice of ‘cottaging’ was,  and still is, considered a shameful act by most gay men.   It was often a last resort for men who could not  express their sexuality …..think George Michael caught in a Police sting … Continue reading



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