logo Home
Language:
 deutschenglishenglishfrançaisnederlandsespañol

Mittelblond Kulturkneipe

Show Bars & Drag
Majority of guests: completely mixed
 
Mittelblond Kulturkneipe
 (Branch of business: Show Bars & Drag)
Address Schwalbengasse 2
50667 Cologne
North-Rhine/Westphalia, Germany
Phone:0221 17 07 40 - 88
 
  Attach/add event

Write a review
If it's your business:
Verify now!Last verified on 20. October 2011
Add this listing as favorite
Send a friend
Update listing
Error? Verify!
Gay friendly hotels in Cologne
This view is only approximately accurate or a gray area, if not available
Events @ Mittelblond Kulturkneipe



Feed: advocate.com
WATCH: NOM's Finances Are Even Worse Than We Thought
The once-formidable antigay group's donors have fled, leaving the National Organization for Marriage millions in debt. read more


The Advocate Triumphs at L.A. Press Club Awards
LGBT issues and reporters, led by The Advocate's entertainment editor, Jase Peeples, received a lot of love last weekend at the National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards. read more


Outrage After Idaho Trans Woman Buried 'As a Man'
Friends say Jennifer Gable, a young trans woman who recently died unexpectedly, would never have asked to be presented in male attire in an open casket. read more


Kansas Gov., ACLU Up Ante on Both Sides of Marriage Fight
The ACLU attorney representing same-sex couples who sued for marriage rights is amending the lawsuit to increase the impact of marriage equality in Kansas. read more


Op-ed: Why I Quit My Job at the United Nations
A trip to central Africa and the passing of a mentor were enough to make one writer realize that being closeted wasn't worth it. read more


Robbie Rogers's Memoir Kicks Around Depression, Redemption, And Coming Out
Professional soccer player Robbie Rogers has found success in his sport after coming out, but he had to deal with plenty of internal demons to get there. read more


Op-ed: How Gay Genius Alan Turing Got Me Through Middle School
The LGBT community needs more role models like Alan Turing, says young scientist Jack Andraka. read more


Op-ed: Bosses Need to Step Up for Their Trans Employees
Transgender visibility is on the rise, but most trans people are still unprotected against workplace discrimination. read more


Smoke Signals Gay Actor Lands New Career-Defining Role
Evan Adams is now chief medical officer of Canada's First Nation's Health Authority, a lifelong dream come true he says. read more


Former Washington, D.C. Mayor Marion Barry has Died
An early supporter of gay rights, Barry may best be remembered for successfully re-entering public service after serving jail time for drug possession. read more


Number of visitors of this listing: 1814

© 2014 by gayScout