Egypt News and Stories
What would you do for your dead gay lover? When gay Roman emperor Hadrian lost his beloved, he made Antinous a god and forced others to worship him.
About 20 miles south of Cairo lies Saqqara, the vast necropolis and pyramid field of Egypt’s first capital, Memphis. This is where the tomb of what may be the first gay couple in recorded history lies. Discovered in 1964, the tomb of royal manicurists Khnumhotep and Niankhkhnum “depicts two men[…]
In many countries around the world, it’s extremely dangerous for gay men to express their authentic selves. Because of that fact, it’s imperative that gay men know how to stay safe amid adversity. One thing that seems to be common among anti-LGBTQ nations is police entrapment, something the average gay man[…]
Happy 10th birthday to one of the world’s most revolutionary bands, thanks in part to its lead singer, a gay man named Hamed Sinno