Pope Leo X (1475-15) was the son of Lorenzo the Magnificent and Clarice Orsini and possibly one of the most interesting figures in Renaissance Italy but, according to documentary sources, he was also perverted, corrupted and, of course, gay.
Michelangelo Buonarroti non era soltanto il più geniale artista del Rinascimento ma anche un sublime poeta dalla penna sofisticata e toccante che lascia intravedere, fra le righe, la sua anima più profonda.
A Walk on Monte Ceceri Breathing in the mountain air in the footsteps of Leonardo da Vinci and admiring stone quarries in use since Etruscan times is a rare privilege, but if you live in Florence you just need to go out for a walk outside the city. Let us tell you about our experience…
Michelangelo Buonarroti was not only the most brilliant artist of the Renaissance but also a sublime poet with a sophisticated and touching pen that reveals, between the lines, his deepest soul.
Looking for a Queer place to hang out in Florence? This short and updated guide to LGBTQI+ venues and events will help you make the most out of your gay-cation in Florence!
A queer look into the myth of Orpheus and its use as political propaganda in Florence at the time of the Medici.
Fancy getting caught in a time warp? Take a stroll down Via Maggio, Florence’s iconic antique-only shopping street and stop at Galleria Esposito where Chiara Esposito, passionate antique dealer and digital entrepreneuse, will take you on an unforgettable journey. As you may (or may not) know, Florence isn’t just famous for its superb museums,…