The Wild, Wild Web
It might be hard to find Gay Tel Aviv’s hottest spot since the White City doesn’t have a specific gay area but, the entirety of the city is absolutely gay-friendly. Check out these popular LGBTQ sites regularly and you'll be sure to know where the latest party is – and who to go with.
United colors: 5 local centers and organizations for the queer community
We know that together we are stronger – and we have more fun. Here we’ve compiled a list of local centers and organizations where Israeli and international queers can build a peaceful revolution for a more accepting society, while also feeling the warm support and love of a much needed greater family.
In the news...
Tel Aviv Pride Parade 2019
Dubbed one of the gayest cities in the world, it is no surprise that the annual Tel Aviv Gay Pride Parade is the event of the year Join in the festivities with 200,000 people that come together to celebrate their truest identity, singing and dancing through streets Tel Aviv streets during the parade, before finally reaching Gordon Beach where the lively vibe turns into an all-out vibrant, show-stopping carnival. June 14, Tel Aviv. FB EVENT
Local drag queen personality Nona Chalant brings her signature flair to stylish tours around Tel Aviv
Avant Garde, Multidisciplinary artist Ronny Chokron, a fashion photographer and impersonator of Tel Aviv’s drag phenomenon, aka, Nona Chalant, used to run her own Culture Nights at Tel Aviv’s now defunct iconic gay bar, Evita, and has since gone on to helm a series of new projects, including a video series about whatever fits her fancy, taking inspiration from the likes of Ru Paul’s Drag Race to the Pesia Girls, a humorous Israeli group of men dressed as women. Next on the docket? A joint project with Tel Aviv Global City - running fashion tours starting this month ahead of Gindi Fashion Week. Chokron will host a range of fashionistas, journalists and artists in guided excursions throughout the city, talking about alternative fashion and trends, and meeting with local designers at their studios - like Ido Wolfman of Mardo Studio and bright, young thing Mark Goldenberg. © Dan Yosefi Chokron’s love of fashion and eccentric personality is as entertaining as it is interesting and her guided tours are a sight to be seen with your own eyes. March 10, 11:00-13:00. NIS 70. Sign up in advance (visit-tel-aviv.co.il)
LGBTQ parties & play
The top 6 LGBTQ friendly spas in Israel
Yup, we know, Israel’s winter is a walk in the park compared to the European freeze, but we still have those days when we desperately need to soak ourselves in warm water, get heated up by the hands of a massage therapist, or just decompress switching between the sauna and the steam room every 10 minutes, with cocktail breaks of course. Here are our top picks of LGBTQ friendly spas for keeping warm and getting wet this winter.