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We’re called gay for a reason

We’re called gay for a reason

Many of the recent photo series we’ve found and featured on our Facebook page focus on the gay and transgender struggle with how society perceives and treats them. The transgender population of Istanbul, often forced into prostitution as their only means of survival; the castaways of Cambodia in the slums of Phnom Penh. That’s a

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Outings are no picnic

Outings are no picnic

The suicide of Tyler Clementi in September, following his public ‘outing’ by a roommate who secretly filmed him having sex with another student, has led to a great outcry against bullying gay teenagers. Attention is now focused on preventing suicides and giving hope to the victims of bullying. Public outings are a regular occurrence in

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Categorically Speaking

Comments on the categories for Pride Photo Award 2011, the first international photo contest for photos about sexual and gender diversity

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The place to be

We’re currently weighing the pros and cons of several locations to house the 2011 exhibitions. There are many factors to take into account: the size and layout, as well as the feel of the place; accessibility and parking; cost and availability. Even if we had our pick of places, it wouldn’t be easy. Sure, the

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It’s all about people

This website is the second public appearance of Pride Photo Award. A way of showing what we’re all about and how we plan to achieve it. Our public debut was the exhibition Pride Photo Award: the Jewel Edition. It opened last February in Het Sieraad in Amsterdam. For those of you who speak Dutch, this

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