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June is Pride Month where the LGBTQ+ community gathers online and offline to celebrate diversity and “love is love.”
As the world has endorsed acceptance of all people regardless of their differences, including the LGBTQ+ community, Lebanon is also opening up despite certain resistance among some.
Activism in Lebanon has been raising the voices of the LGBTQ+ community in its diversity, and more so in recent years, and societal acceptance has grown, slowly but steadily.
Restaurants, bars, and clubs are also opening up, becoming LGBTQ+ friendly, and here are the notable ones:
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L’Osteria is an Italian wine bar and coffee shop serving authentic Italian dishes, while also hosting live music sessions!
Opening every day from 5 pm until 2 am. For more info, contact L’Osteria 01 566 175.
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The Smallville Hotel is a 5-star hotel boasting an urban/chic style while also being a venue for artists to explore and display their creations.
You can contact The Smallville Hotel on 01 619 999.
Editor’s note: Since the recent statement of the Minister of Interior, several spots listed in this article requested to be delisted to ensure no repercussions.