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Munich Unveils Same-Sex Traffic Lights

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

Taking a page from Vienna’s gay playbook, Munich has fitted its traffic lights with silhouettes of same-sex couples. While Vienna debuted their signals in conjunction with this year’s Eurovision song contest, Munich’s come just before...Show More Summary

Stockholm To Host Eurovision 2016

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Eurovision reports: This morning, SVT revealed Stockholm as the Host City for the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest. The capital city's Globe Arena will stage the contest for the second time in its history. The Semi-Finals will be held on 10 and 12 May, the Grand Final on 14 May 2016. Show More Summary

Beamly Booster Drives Engagement, Courts International Users

Beamly, the leading social discovery network for TV, launches Booster today, which takes any kind of content and A/B test it for campaigns. Recently, they used to tech during the Eurovision Song Contest, driving 9 million engagements,...Show More Summary

Conchita Wurst Graces Cover of Rolling Stone Germany (Topless)

last monthLGBT / Gay : Out.com

Conchita Wurst, Austrian drag performer and winner of the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest, just blew us—and the entirety of Germany—away with a flawless (and topless) cover on German Rolling Stone. Known for breaking barriers when is comes...Show More Summary

Norway's 2012 Eurovision Contestant Tooji Comes Out as Gay in Sinfully Sexy Music Video 'Father' - WATCH

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Norwegian-Iranian singer Tooji, who represented Norway in the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest, is out with a sultry new video for his song "Father" featuring the mononymous musician having an illicit affair with a gay priest. The black and white video...

Official Baku 2015 European Games app in the Windows Phone Store

Europe is falling in love all over again with the venerable Eurovision Song contest, and now another new multi-national event has sprung up to help keep the continent united. The 1st European Games is an international multi-sport event for athletes representing the National Olympic Committees (NOCs) of Europe. It is scheduled to be held in […]

Should Politics Have a Voice in the Eurovision Song Contest?

Many observers of this year's Eurovision Song Contest noted that it was the most emotionally and politically charged event in the festival's 60-year memory. While Russia's Polina Gagarina had seemed like the likely winner during much...Show More Summary

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Public Like Pills From: Euroland, Europe Last weekend the annual celebration of cheese aka the Eurovision Song Contest inflicted it's usual parade of over dressed caterwauling non entities on the ears of the public. I spent the evening...Show More Summary

Eurovision Mixes Politics and Campy Fun Into One Big Queer Show

VIENNA—By winning the Eurovision Song Contest last year, Austria earned the right to host this year's contest, the final of which was Saturday. But while 39 other countries, including distant guest entrant Australia, had traveled here...Show More Summary

Eurovision Song Contest: Fugs and Fabs of the Other Grand Finalists (and Also-Rans)

This batch brings acrobats, stripper cops, HAL 9000, and some really downbeat French drama. (I did skip a few in here for being too snoozy, though.) For the Top 11, click here, or just… scroll down, I suppose, or back, or whatever, because I just posted them. Read More...

Eurovision Song Contest: Fugs and Fabs of the Top 11

Is it just me, or was Eurovision kind of tame this year? I feel like people are relying too heavily on the use of fancy screens, and not attempting lots of insane choreography and acrobatics. Remember the year of the unicycles? Or the time the grannies baked bread? The boat made of people? Cezar of Read More...

And the Winning Country of Eurovision 2015 Is....

2 months agoLifestyle / Travel : Jaunted

While Americans were celebrating our Armed Forces over Memorial Day weekend, across the pond all of Europe was abuzz with the annual song contest Eurovision. Celebrating its 60th year, the competition showcases some of the best in songwriting and performing from each European country. Show More Summary

Enough is Enough: Swedish Public Lets PM Know About Immigration Policies

Swedes expressed discontent with their government’s immigration policies, after Prime Minister Stefan Lofven’s announced he’d be glad to invite “all of Europe” to next year's Eurovision Song Contest.

Top Stories: Deadly Flash Flooding In Midwest; Indy 500 Winner

2 months agoNews : The Two-Way

Also: A gas crisis is shutting down Nigeria; comedian Anne Meara and jazz trumpeter Marcus Belgrave die; and Sweden wins the Eurovision Song Contest over Russia.

Episode 360: I’m Glad We Fixed the Drone Problem

The Overthinkers tackle nationalism at the Eurovision Song Contest and Simon Pegg's controversial comments on geek culture. Episode 360: I’m Glad We Fixed the Drone Problem originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]

Eurovision Winner Who Called Gays an 'Abnormality' Changes Tune

'We are all heroes, no matter who we love,' Swedish singer Måns Zelmerlöw said as he accepted the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest trophy on Sunday in Vienna. read more

Fully (Sic) 2015 Eurovision wrap-up

Now that Vienna’s dangling balls have ceased oscillating, Lauren Gawne recaps this year's Eurovision Song Contest, considering the spectacle from a linguistic perspective.

Sweden's Eurovision Winner Previously Called Homosexuality an 'Abnormality' - VIDEO

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Well this certainly puts a bit of a damper on the camp-tastic Eurovision Song Contest: Sweden's Mans Zelmerlow won the final of the Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna on Sunday, beating Russia and Italy in the big international talent show...

Swedish Pop-Singer Wins 60th Eurovision Contest

Eurovision, which sounds kind of like an ’80s horror movie, had its big finale this weekend. On the air since 1956, the Eurovision Song Contest is the longest running annual TV song competition in Europe. The finals, which receive a lot of attention in Europe (and, now in the age... More »

The Music of Politics: Eurovision's Gay Agenda Runs the Show

The Eurovision Song Contest has long been criticized for its politically motivated voting, with the participants using the voting system to support allies, strengthen regional blocs and punish their neighbors; recently, however, another criteria has been introduced to this volatile mix – homosexuality, and Russia had no chance of winning.

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