Kostadin Krustev – Koko – part of CampOUT

Konstantin Krastev - Koko is one of the most well-known fashion photographers and filmmakers in Bulgaria. Some of the most famous Bulgarian stars have posed for his camera - musicians, singers, actors, politicians, and athletes.

Self-Identification Is Quality of Life

Next time, when I am writing an appeal on behalf of a trans person, it will be about the right to life. Respecting a person's self-identification means respecting their personal life, but for trans people it is more than that - it is about quality of life.

Martina Apostolova – Part of CampOUT

Martina Apostolova is one of the best contemporary Bulgarian film actresses in Bulgaria. She has received a number of awards, winning the European Rising Star in 2020 at a ceremony in the Berlinale.

Be Part Of CampOUT 2020

Our annual summer LGBT artistic workshop is here again. Be a part, learn, create, and be yourself with us. Sign up!

Single Step Is Announcing The Photo Competition Love Is Love

Single Step is announcing the photo competition Love Is Love to celebrate the beauty of love, diversity and acceptance. It is open to anyone who can capture love in its most colorful form.

Let’s Celebrate Pride Month Together

Now, more than ever, our community throughout Bulgaria needs to see and hear that we think about it! Now is the time for you to help, even with a small gesture!

We Presented “Don’t Tell Mama” Online

The online live premiere was on May 8th (Friday) and included talk of the journalist Georgi Toshev with the author Nikolay Yordanov, a short dance film that introduced us to the world of its characters, and a Q&A session.

Charity Concert #HelpFromHome Initiated By Single Step

Initiated by Single Step and entitled #HelpFromHome, bTV will broadcast a two-hour charity concert on April 8 from 8 pm. The donations from the concert will help the most vulnerable and affected senior citizens and children in the country.

The Communities At The Centre Of Our Care

Although people with HIV who are treated, have normal CD4 T-cell counts and suppressed viral load, may not be at increased risk of serious illness, many people with HIV have other conditions that increase their risk.