Hey there! Whoever you are, however you’ve got to this point, I warmly welcome you.
This blog is covering LGBT issues, mainly LGBT in Armenia. “Gay” rights in Armenia are not quite recognised (nor human rights are, on many levels).
You don’t speak Armenian, you don’t get anything, though you’d like to? If you have some questions, feel free to comment or send by the following e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’re a traveller and want to see ‘Gay Yerevan’ — this doesn’t quite exist, though — then you can contact me. Services I can offer: translation, articles & content on themes that interest you, meetup and chat, mini tour around Yerevan on bikes (you’ll rent your bikes on your own).
The blog is about gay people, gay Armenia, gay Armenians; those that are gone long time ago. The queer image of Armenia and Yerevan is, unfortunately, poor. There are not many gay-friendly venues in Yerevan. LGBTQ community’s not integrated, nor accepted by the vast majority, so far.
Anyway, it was nice to ‘meet’ you. Thanks for coming, thanks for your time. Hope this info was of use. You can also find some useful links at the sidebar.
Also, take this, if you’d like to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Armenia,
Info on Armenia http://www.armeniainfo.am/
Armeniapedia (not in Wikipedia).
You may totally find and contact me on Facebook (Sevak Kirakosyan, facebook.com/adamelohey)
Have a gay day!
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