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Dieter (Toronto, CANADA)


BeautifulMag you've done it again !! Your Editors Letter is excellent and the best yet. This shows us how important it is to have a Website like yours and give hope to some Newcommers who study your output.....!!

yapi75

Your Editors Letter is as beautiful as your website is. But beware with the rise of populism in Europe, we have to keep on fighting for our rights. One last word for our Russian friends : don't give up hope, things change and minds too even if homophobia is the norm today in Russia.

kalalaumango

And if that was not enough, it was followed by a hate video on YouTube (YouTube, you should be ashamed of yourselves to publish videos that are discriminating, hurtful and even have fascist opinions and expressions in it). ////yes, many considerations as one who enjoyed so much in walks around much of France as the US, yet, even in gay neighborhoods, it's unfortunate how much many people take for granted, as one who has lived or worked in national cultures that are not overly friendly or tolerant. if 2,000 crazyvores or more were more outspoken in consideration beyond running to a different form of bubble closet, how wonderful. your celebration looks as you had a great time. i know i loved le Var. peace be with you.

iama{GAY}tekeeper

take me for a ride :-)

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