Pink Pearls Magazine Issue Nr. 4
presents the European lesbian scene
Since September 2010 we’re actively involved in connecting lesbian women and making them more visible in the Netherlands and Europe. The reactions of women we approach for interviews, stories and news are really heartwarming. There are also women and organizations doing things for us on their own initiative, appreciating the way Pink Pearls Amsterdam is working for lesbian women.
From 20 to 24 July, Rotterdam is the centre of the most important gay sports event in Europe: the EuroGames 2011. About 6000 participants from the whole world come to the Dutch port city to play sports and sniff some culture under the motto: Show Your COLOUR!
Veerle De Pauw is 42 years and lives in Betekom, a very small village near Leuven (Belgium). She works in Brussels as a Staff Member at the Diversity department of a public organization. Veerle doesn’t have a relationship at the moment, but she is definitely sure about her sexual identity.
Book our low budget offer for a flight and tranfers to Lesvos(Skala Eressos) in May or September for just 419 euros. The total price of your holiday can be found here below. We bring you in direct contact with the providers and the discounts apply only when you make your booking through Pink Pearls Travel.
Pink Pearls Travel has no commercial interest in the festivals. Wij offer group holidays to these destinations and we can take part in various excursions for a good price with groups. We also organize some activities of our own.
On Saturday 26 February, Pink Pearls Amsterdam went to the women’s party Viva la Diva in Zwolle. Viva la Diva is very popular in Zwolle and its surroundings and guarantees a night full of music, from old disco to modern dance.
Since half a year the documentary maker and writer Alice prepares for a documentary in Nepal, the only country with a ‘third gender’. The subject is the story of the forgotten refugees from Bhutan. In February she has been in Nepal, which – as a transgender and a lesbian woman – was an experience with quite some special moments.
From 3 to 17 September 2011, non-profit organization Sappho’s Women organizes the 11th International Women’s Festival in the village of Skala Eressos, on the Greek island of Lesvos. This successful annual two-week festival provides the opportunity for local and international musicians, artists, performers, entertainers, scholars and therapists to share in the practice, performance and appreciation of women’s talents in all its forms and with the participation of enthusiasts of all ages, races, religions and sexual orientation.