The projected gay hotel in Canjayar will open, says project director Francisco Alonso. The company behind the projected was forced to return a 300,000 euro grant from tourism authorities as it could not meet the project deadline, but expects another grant to be awarded next year. Snr Alonso said that he expects the 2016 grant “to be for a similar amount” and that the rest of the financing is now in place. The projected hotel Continue reading Canjayar gay hotel “will open” promises owners
“Homosexuals are more important to our tourism sector than all the Chinese tourists put together”, said President Monago at the launch of the campaign today. He was at a gay pride festival called “Los Palomos”, held today in Badajoz, which is expected to bring 20,000 tourists to the city this week. Badajoz was famous for having an ancient and extremely irritable Mayor, who was always against the Los Palomos parade.
“Homosexuality is a deficiency… which can and must be cured by appropriate medical treatment” said Fernando Sebastián in an interview shortly after taking up office. “It is of no use denying this nor getting angry about it… I suffer from hypertension, and must take pills, I recognise this, and I have sought proper medical attention to bring me back to normality” he continued when asked if he thought his comments would provoke discussion. “With all due Continue reading New Spanish Cardinal reckons being gay is curable
Gay marriage is here to stay in Spain after the Constitutional Court ruled this evening that it’s a fundamental human right that must be protected. The ruling, passed by 8 votes to 3, means that gay marriage as it stands is Constitutional and not against any Spanish law. This decision means that all judicial attempts to have the homosexual marriage law overturned have failed, including an attempt launched by the PP (current ruling party of Continue reading Gay marriage is here to stay – Constitutional votes in favour
In what is believed to be the first ever case of murder between spouses in a homosexual marriage in Spain, a man from Adra was killed by his (estranged) spouse yesterday. The 34 year old victim (Manuel L.), who worked at Adra town hall, had recently separated from his Moroccan spouse and was seeking divorce citing his violent temperament. The murder took place on their 3rd anniversary. Police and ambulance arrived shortly after a neighbour Continue reading Chap in Adra kills his husband