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Swedes are not famous for bragging, but listen to this!
The readers of the leading LGBT Magazine EDGE have voted and Stockholm is the winner!

Stockholm won the award Favorite LGBT-Friendly City in the 2011 Best of EDGE Awards!

We could not be happier or more proud of this fantastic award.
The other nominees for Favorite LGBT-Friendly City were:
Berlin, Germany
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Las Vegas, Nevada
London, England
Miami Beach, Florida
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
New York, New York
Provincetown, Massachusetts
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
West Hollywood, California

Thank you so much for voting Stockholm!

But that’s not all! Our friends at SAS was named “Favorite Airline” and Stockholmer Alexander Skarsgård was awarded “Favorite Actor in a Gay-Friendly Series”.

This summer 15 persons of the OUT editorial staff went to Sweden to celebrate Midsummer’s Eve and to explore why our country of less than 10 million people is so culturally relevant right now. From Robyn and the Knife to The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. The new issue of OUT lists 82 reasons to love Sweden, starting with an interview with Alexander Skarsgård, best for his role in HBO’s lusty drama True Blood. In the interview Alexander Skarsgård talks with the Swedish filmmaker, Jonas Åkerlund about the Swedish conquest of Hollywood, national differences in etiquette, and why Swedes get so much sex. Read the interview>>

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Also read the following features in the latest issue of OUT
Anton Hysén -A young soccer player comes out and makes history
Rickard Engfors – For Sweden’s “best-looking girl,” the show drags on
The It Boy – Marcus Schenkenberg, another hungry supermodel

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