Topics :: Amsterdam
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By Jason St. Amand | Saturday Jan 21, 2012
The chief rabbi of Amsterdam was suspended by the Orthodox Jewish community for co-signing a document that said homosexuality can be "cured" and "treated."
By Arthur Max | Sunday Aug 7, 2011
Embracing a policy of "Do Tell," the Dutch military joined Amsterdam’s annual Gay Pride parade for the first time, with uniformed men and women saluting the crowds from a boat chugging through a historic city canal.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Mar 22, 2011
Uniformed members of the Dutch military are officially slated for the first time to participate in the country’s Pride event.
By WARREN LEVINSON | Friday Mar 11, 2011
This is how I saw the Dutch cyclists. I ride to news assignments, sometimes in jacket and tie, feeling overdressed. I saw well-dressed men riding to work in Amsterdam, and they didn’t seem remotely uncomfortable.
Sunday Aug 2, 2009
The mayor of Amsterdam presided over the weddings of five American-Dutch gay, lesbian and transgender couples on a boat during the city’s Gay Pride festival Saturday, challenging the United States to legalize gay marriage, as well.
By Jake Resnicow | Sunday Aug 2, 2009
On August 1, Amsterdam kicked off gay pride 2009, with the unique floating Canal Parade to the large outdoor streetparties and legendary dance parties later in the night sponsored by Rapido. EDGE was there to catch all the action live!
Saturday Aug 1, 2009
The mayor of Amsterdam is officiating at the weddings of five American-Dutch homosexual couples on a boat during the city’s Gay Pride festival, in part to challenge the United States to legalize gay marriage.
By Megan Smith | Sunday May 24, 2009
During her recent trip to Amsterdam, EDGE Assistant Travel Editor Megan Smith bypassed the prostitutes and the pot (okay, maybe there was a little window shopping) found out what Amsterdam had to offer besides sex and drugs. Here’s a hint, it wasn’t just rock and roll!
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