Gay Oktoberfest 2010

München. A mainstay of the German entertainment calendar kicked off with its usual aplomb this weekend.
The 200th year of the Bierfest, however, there were 23 years with no Bierfest ,
so it is an 177th edition .
With traditional dress of lederhosen .

Welcome to the gay Oktoberfest. Gay Days at the Oktoberfest have their origins in the 1970s when the Munich Lowenclub (Lions Club),
a gay fetish society whose members are confusingly known as "bears",
booked the balcony in the Bräurosl tent.
Now Gay Days is the second biggest gay event in Munich after the Christopher Street Day parade,
and as many as 8,000 mostly gay men and some women fill the tent, although straight people are also welcome.
It's certainly a different way to experience the fun of the fair.
The Gay Days visitors are really no different to other Oktoberfest revellers.
The price of the beer at Munich's Oktoberfest might have gone up (from €8.30 (£7.50) a litre to €8.60), but otherwise everything is looking rosy at the Wiesn (meadow), as the locals refer to the world's biggest beer bonanza, which attracts around six million visitors a year.
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