Congrats to ELSKA queer photo-zine Magazine celebrating its 7th Anniversary

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  Where does the time go when you are having fun …… and looking at a seemingly endless flow of some wonderfully diverse queer men from around the globe?  Liam Campbell the Editor In Chief of ELSKA our favorite queer photo-zine mag told Queerguru that they are actually celebrating their 7th Anniversary this month.   … Continue reading

ELSKA Magazine checks out queer ISTANBUL the gayest city in the Muslim World

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    Queerguru was very pleasantly surprised to open up the latest edition of ELSKA the queer photo-zine magazine to discover it featured men (and good-looking ones at that) from the LGBTQ+ community of Istanbul Turkey.  Even though homosexuality was decriminalized back in 1858 local gays can face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents. … Continue reading

ELSKA Magazine mingles with the local queer community in Yokohama, Japan

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    It’s always good news when  we see an email from Liam Campbell land in Queerguru’s inbox.  Campbell,  a fellow Brit, is the Chief Photographer and Editor in Chief of ELSKA our favorite queer photozine, and he always sends us details of ELSKA’s  newest edition. What we particulary love is that with  each ELSKA … Continue reading

ELSKA Magazine visits SINGAPORE where finally it is no longer illegal to be gay

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  As a former British Colony SINGAPORE inherited a great many of the laws imposed on them by its British rulers. One prohibited sodomy regardless of sex and as such heterosexual and homosexual anal or oral sex was illegal. In 2007, such sexual activity was legalized for heterosexuals and lesbians, but not between men who … Continue reading

ELSKA Magazine visits the men of Gay Haifa , Israel’s most diverse gay city

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    After shooting the last issue of Elska in Istanbul,  editor and chief photographer Liam Campbell stayed in the Middle East traveling to Israel and its 3rd largest city Haifa. At the beginning of this century, Haifa suffered a population drain as young people moved in vast numbers to the bustling capital Tel Aviv. … Continue reading

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