However, non-discrimination is still a far cry from equal rights, and at the moment there are no provisions in Bulgarian law regarding civil unions or marriage for homosexual couples, and co-habiting partners cannot adopt children, nor do they have hospital visitation or inheritance rights.However, gay unions are now recognised in some Eastern European countries, such as Hungary, so it may only be a matter of time before Bulgaria catches up.Now you shouldn't be against of checking up all pornstars page where you would find list of names of famous adult stars as well as their thumbnails.You should just see this list to find models you like the most in the whole world web and then to click on the name or on the thumbnail and you would be redirected to the page with all videos with her.For more information about this year's march Click here Gay visitors to Bulgaria, and especially Sofia, will find it a tolerant place, and actually much more open to homosexuality than many Eastern European countries.
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While other cities in Central and Eastern Europe have been holding tolerance or equality parades in the past few years, Sofia's first official gay parade in 2008 was marred by violence from extremists.
However this year, 400 people marched peacefully through the city centre, a sign which hopefully shows that Bulgaria is becoming more accepting of gays and lesbians.
Adonis is one of the oldest gay bars in the Balkans, and recently re-opened after a brief closure.
The small bar is a bit hard to find, as you have to ring a bell next to a black door, and follow the stairs down to the small basement club. This gay club has three levels, massive dance floors, and is open 24 hours a day so the party never stops.