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Richard Ammon. A small picturesque gem in central Europe, the Czech Republic has progressed far since communism ended in Most notable is the legalization of same-sex relationships and the open attitude Czech people have toward homosexuality. Except for minor right-wing and religious protests the LGBT community is alive and well with numerous organizations, venues and events.
Across the country are charming towns, ancient castles and immaculate pensions with tasty food. The Czech Republic is gay friendly. In Prague the scene is both easy and difficult to find. Easy: Go to the Club Heaven accommodations and book a room. The cost includes admission and a tour of the other half of Heaven next door: a walk through dark rooms with videos, a lounge, a bar and a tiny theatre for viewing hard core flicks. Not exactly Academy Award stuff but it serves the purpose.
Our guide through this erotic labyrinth was Jurka, one of the managers who also checked us into our room and was very helpful to explain things. Inside are 60 pages of news, editorials, interviews, feature stories, travel articles, venue reviews, scene and entertainment news , health commentaries, biographic sketches, film reviews, sexy fashion spreads and a wide selection with a map of clubs, discos, saunas, restaurants, sex shops—including the one exclusive lesbian bar Jampa Dampa.
Gay Prague at our fingertips—easy. Difficult: What was missing was a listing for any advocacy group. Jurka described why. This was a surprise since Prague is one of the most pro-gay cities in Europe! But, Jurka went on the say, this is not because of repression or being banned.
No gay activity is illegal, except for violence, drugs or under-age activity. There is nothing to fight for. Here you can register your relationship, which is the same as getting married. Jiri recalled in an interview that in only ten percent of Czechs tolerated homosexuals contrasted with seventy percent in , according to the polls. Hromada finished his work when the group felt that it had achieved its goals. We had achieved what we set out to do and now it was time for the younger generation to take over and fight for their own needs… One of the reasons I accepted the nomination for parliament was to prove to others that sexual orientation is not important and that people should judge others by their capabilities.