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This week, the publisher launched a new viral campaign with the help of photographers Eitan Tal, Guy Danieli and Ben Gal, makeup artist Eran Pal, and the popular websites ‘Atraf Dating’ and ‘mako pride‘.

The campaign, entitled Red Flag,similar to California’s ‘No H8′, invited the LGBT community on Saturday to get their picture taken in Russian army uniforms, with blood coming out of their mouths.

In the quest for the local gaybourhood, one may be disappointed, for the LGBT community is not confined to a certain area, and is present all over the city, that carries a magical sense of pride.

Beyond the many clubs, bars and cafes, and the flourishing daily nightlife scene, Tel Aviv-Jaffa municipality opened the City's Gay Community Centre in 2008.

TEL AVIV GAY VIBE is a collaboration between Israel’s Ministry of Tourism, the Tel Aviv Tourism Board and Israel’s preeminent LGBT institution, the Agudah, to fulfill the city’s promise as the world’s newest gay capital.

Launched in 2010, the online tourism campaign promotes Tel Aviv as a travel destination for European LGBTs.

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The findings were published ahead of a conference in Tel Aviv May 29 organized by the task force under the name, “The Community Takes Responsibility.” The poll taken among users of the Atraf dating site and other Web sites for men who have sex with men was supervised by the director of the HIV/AIDS Center at Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, Dr. Levy estimates that one out of every 10 gay men in Tel Aviv is infected with HIV, and that every week at least three gay men are infected with the virus.The festival includes both Israeli and foreign productions, and serves also as an opportunity to meet and discuss with the filmmakers, and to promote a more tolerant and liberal Israel.Lethal Lesbian, an Israeli film festival dedicated entirely to lesbian contents, is held annually since 2008.As the most progressive country in the Middle East and Asia with regards to gay rights, the Israeli LGBT community developed a rich culture and lifestyle.Tel Aviv-Jaffa, winner of the Gay Cities 2011 award for the Best Gay City in the World, has become a centre for LGBT culture and nightlife, and offers the thousands of tourists who attend the city a fabulous queerful experience.

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