International press has been criticising Eastern Europe for our "wrong" attitude towards gay people. It is true that homosexuals do not have any special rights in Poland. But it is also true, that I know perfectly happy gay couples living in Warsaw and I have never heard stories of them being ostracised, persecuted or hurt physically because of their sexual preferences. Am I wrong guys? Tell me If I am...
Anyway. This march was a really positive thing. I haven't seen any eggs thrown at the happy crowd nor any acts of aggression, though the press reported there were some. I've seen nationalists and a few anarchist youngsters yellig at each other, but you will hear of no fighting in my story. Everything was controlled by the watchful police. Oh yes, there were a lot of policemen taking care of us...
Here comes my optimistic story :D
A komentowac mozna w kazdym jezyku!
Gent is one of my favourite Belgian cities. Actually, every one of them is my favourite :D Two years ago I left Poland for a five month long scholarship in a student's city called Leuven, but I eventually stayed there for twelve months. Het Koninkrijk België is now a dreamy, adventure scented Neverland.
I miss it.
For those of you complaining, that I am only interested in depicting men's charms, meet the favourite model of Fotosia, my little niece Nina. :)
The photo was shot by my brother but the application of a highkey-like technique in photoshop gave it a completely different look, so I feel like I have the authority to publish the photo on my website.