The gay hidden life in Dubai!!!,-) #watheverBEAUTIFULplace

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Same-sex relationships are illegal in Dubai and are, officially, not tolerated. If you know the right people and the right places in Dubai, there are plenty of gay life. Some of the gay spots in Dubai you can even read about Spartacus Directory. However, you can not compare the gay life here in Dubai with that of Western Europe. Here, it is almost all underground and there are risks involved.

However, many people living gay in Dubai and, while you’re quiet and not draw attention to you, you should be fine. Finding other gay people is, however, a major challenge. It could be a problem to find hotel allowing gay people to order a room with a bad, or to rent some other Dubai property of their vacation. However, there are many gays and lesbians, and while they do not flaunt it publicly everywhere you go, there is no problem. The only places they can leave your hair type is low in nightclubs. Otherwise, it is better to keep a neutral profile when going around the city.

There are obviously not officially gay bars and those in the past already germinated were quickly closed with deportations following with equal rapidity. Yet the gay scene is up and happening around many nightclubs in the city. It’s one of many things in Dubai: everyone knows about it, but no one becomes official.
Dubai first announced publicly gay nightclub Diamond Night Club’s gay Fluff featured a transvestite DJ from Birmingham, England, and a transvestite best-dressed contest showed example of the importance to be unofficial. Alerted to the gay event by the thousands of flayers advertising distributed by party organizers, local authorities closed the club for violating Islamic laws and indulging in immoral activities.
In order to close the club, issued by Dubai Crown Prince, General Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, was also seen by those in the region as a public demonstration of disapproval of homosexuality governments. According to the International Gay and Lesbian Association, consensual sodomy in Dubai is punishable by up to 10 years in prison, although punishment can be more severe if defendants are charged under Islamic law rather than under the secular penal code.
Very often police raids parties and arrests men in countries like UEA where homosexuality is illegal. Hormone treatments are used in an attempt to cure gays and turn them straight. The same is in Egypt, where once famously arrested more than a dozen gay men attending a party boat, a move that led to international condemnation and criticism from the European Union. Also in Saudi Arabia arrested more than 30 men for taking part in a gay wedding party.
However UAE were warned that any attempt to administer hormone or psychological treatment to foreigners would break international law. A police spokesman in Dubai answered on this that the foreigners were likely to be deported, while the Emirati men could be given hormone therapy if consent.

The Internet censorship in Dubai sites is very hard. Almost all gay related sites are blocked. Gaydar is totally blocked except for their French language version (a strange phenomenon that I have not yet figured out). Each site that has the word gay or sex is blocked. While Etisalat has blocked many gay web sites, some of the paid message boards are easily accessible. Dubai, who said they did not have a night … gay (&( ;¬{/}~ life.

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