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This city makes me wanna dress up like this 🔥🔥
This city makes me wanna dress up like this 🔥🔥
The bluebells in The Hallerbos are blooming again! 🌲
The bluebells in The Hallerbos are blooming again! 🌲
📍Place St Catherine, il luogo dove un tempo si svolgeva il mercato ittico di Bruxelles. Oggi è una delle piazza più movimentate della città, soprattutto la sera ✨
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La tradizione ittica viene comunque mantenuta nonostante il passare degli anni, in questo quartiere infatti si trovano i migliori ristoranti di pesce di tutta Bruxelles 🦐🇧🇪
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#bruxelles #brussels #belgium #topbrusselsphoto #bruxellestagram #welovebrussels #bruxellesmabelle #bonjourbruxelles #mabellebruxelles #visitbrussels #brusselsworld #my_belgium #belgium #streetart #travel_belgium #loves_united_belgium #artofvisuals #agameoftones #living_europe #living_destinations #bestcitybreaks #theglobewanderer #the_daily_traveller #travellingthroughtheworld #passionpassport @ig_europe @living_europe @the_daily_traveller @ig_worldclub @living_destinations @brusselsworld @yallerseurope
📍Place St Catherine, il luogo dove un tempo si svolgeva il mercato ittico di Bruxelles. Oggi è una delle piazza più movimentate della città, soprattutto la sera ✨ . . La tradizione ittica viene comunque mantenuta nonostante il passare degli anni, in questo quartiere infatti si trovano i migliori ristoranti di pesce di tutta Bruxelles 🦐🇧🇪 . . . . #bruxelles  #brussels  #belgium  #topbrusselsphoto  #bruxellestagram  #welovebrussels  #bruxellesmabelle  #bonjourbruxelles  #mabellebruxelles  #visitbrussels  #brusselsworld  #my_belgium  #belgium  #streetart  #travel_belgium  #loves_united_belgium  #artofvisuals  #agameoftones  #living_europe  #living_destinations  #bestcitybreaks  #theglobewanderer  #the_daily_traveller  #travellingthroughtheworld  #passionpassport  @ig_europe @living_europe @the_daily_traveller @ig_worldclub @living_destinations @brusselsworld @yallerseurope
A touch of Venice in Brussels #bruxellesmabelle #brusselssprouts #generali #bonjourbruxelles
Generational Healing™ 
This weekend I’ll begin sharing the opportunity for men and women to connect to their ancestry in a way they haven’t before. 
Collectively, we inherit the trauma, pain, suffering and heartaches that our ancestors have endured and these densities often remain unchecked in our physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and energetic bodies affecting our daily life experience. 
Through this work there is an expansion, opening, and a levity that is felt once these densities are lifted and once the energetic DNA is repaired or upgraded by those who have come before you.

Join me for an afternoon either at @byp.brussels on Saturday at 15-17hr or Sunday @sampoorna_yoga from 13hr-15hr to begin the journey of healing your genetic lineage and connecting with your ancestors in great honouring. 
Message me for details and register through Eventbrite for both events. 
Looking so forward to sharing Generational Healing™ with you. 💜
Generational Healing™ This weekend I’ll begin sharing the opportunity for men and women to connect to their ancestry in a way they haven’t before. Collectively, we inherit the trauma, pain, suffering and heartaches that our ancestors have endured and these densities often remain unchecked in our physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and energetic bodies affecting our daily life experience. Through this work there is an expansion, opening, and a levity that is felt once these densities are lifted and once the energetic DNA is repaired or upgraded by those who have come before you. Join me for an afternoon either at @byp.brussels on Saturday at 15-17hr or Sunday @sampoorna_yoga from 13hr-15hr to begin the journey of healing your genetic lineage and connecting with your ancestors in great honouring. Message me for details and register through Eventbrite for both events. Looking so forward to sharing Generational Healing™ with you. 💜
Amazing place🏡 wonderful weather☀️☀️(I need clothes for summer now 💦)
The most difficult thing nowadays is choosing which photo should I post😂 I’m in the fairy tale
Amazing place🏡 wonderful weather☀️☀️(I need clothes for summer now 💦) The most difficult thing nowadays is choosing which photo should I post😂 I’m in the fairy tale
Notre petite insertion dans la page centrale de @bruzzbe 😀 On est ravis!!! ❤😍 Our #advertising on #Bruzz 🖖 we are really happy 🌞 Thanks a lot !

Obrigado - Grazie ✌
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#dalmeidasocks #madeineurope #fashionaccessories #fashiondesigner #socksfashion #socksfever #Brussels #belgium #europe #bonjourbruxelles #welovebrussels #visitbrussels #brusselslife #brusselslifestyle #bxlove #bruxellestagram #igersbrussels #belgiandandy #belgianartist #clothingbrand #brusselsfashiondays #bruxellesmabelle #mybrussels #mybelgium #mysocks #expatgenius #socks #sokker
Notre petite insertion dans la page centrale de @bruzzbe 😀 On est ravis!!! ❤😍 Our #advertising  on #Bruzz  🖖 we are really happy 🌞 Thanks a lot ! Obrigado - Grazie ✌ . . 💻🖱@enrica_laneri #dalmeidasocks  #madeineurope  #fashionaccessories  #fashiondesigner  #socksfashion  #socksfever  #Brussels  #belgium  #europe  #bonjourbruxelles  #welovebrussels  #visitbrussels  #brusselslife  #brusselslifestyle  #bxlove  #bruxellestagram  #igersbrussels  #belgiandandy  #belgianartist  #clothingbrand  #brusselsfashiondays  #bruxellesmabelle  #mybrussels  #mybelgium  #mysocks  #expatgenius  #socks  #sokker 
Regrann from @dalmeidasocks -  Notre petite insertion dans la page centrale de @bruzzbe 😀 On est ravis!!! ❤😍 Our #advertising on #Bruzz 🖖 we are really happy 🌞 Thanks a lot !

Obrigado - Grazie ✌
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. 💻🖱@enrica_laneri

#dalmeidasocks #madeineurope #fashionaccessories #fashiondesigner #socksfashion #socksfever #Brussels #belgium #europe #bonjourbruxelles #welovebrussels #visitbrussels #brusselslife #brusselslifestyle #bxlove #bruxellestagram #igersbrussels #belgiandandy #belgianartist #clothingbrand #brusselsfashiondays #bruxellesmabelle #mybrussels #mybelgium #mysocks #expatgenius #socks #sokker
Regrann from @dalmeidasocks - Notre petite insertion dans la page centrale de @bruzzbe 😀 On est ravis!!! ❤😍 Our #advertising  on #Bruzz  🖖 we are really happy 🌞 Thanks a lot ! Obrigado - Grazie ✌ . . 💻🖱@enrica_laneri #dalmeidasocks  #madeineurope  #fashionaccessories  #fashiondesigner  #socksfashion  #socksfever  #Brussels  #belgium  #europe  #bonjourbruxelles  #welovebrussels  #visitbrussels  #brusselslife  #brusselslifestyle  #bxlove  #bruxellestagram  #igersbrussels  #belgiandandy  #belgianartist  #clothingbrand  #brusselsfashiondays  #bruxellesmabelle  #mybrussels  #mybelgium  #mysocks  #expatgenius  #socks  #sokker 
Notre petite insertion dans la page centrale de @bruzzbe 😀 On est ravis!!! ❤😍 Our #advertising on #Bruzz 🖖 we are really happy 🌞 Thanks a lot !

Obrigado - Grazie ✌
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. 💻🖱@enrica_laneri

#dalmeidasocks #madeineurope #fashionaccessories #fashiondesigner #socksfashion #socksfever #Brussels #belgium #europe #bonjourbruxelles #welovebrussels #visitbrussels #brusselslife #brusselslifestyle #bxlove #bruxellestagram #igersbrussels #belgiandandy #belgianartist #clothingbrand #brusselsfashiondays #bruxellesmabelle #mybrussels #mybelgium #mysocks #expatgenius #socks #sokker
Notre petite insertion dans la page centrale de @bruzzbe 😀 On est ravis!!! ❤😍 Our #advertising  on #Bruzz  🖖 we are really happy 🌞 Thanks a lot ! Obrigado - Grazie ✌ . . 💻🖱@enrica_laneri #dalmeidasocks  #madeineurope  #fashionaccessories  #fashiondesigner  #socksfashion  #socksfever  #Brussels  #belgium  #europe  #bonjourbruxelles  #welovebrussels  #visitbrussels  #brusselslife  #brusselslifestyle  #bxlove  #bruxellestagram  #igersbrussels  #belgiandandy  #belgianartist  #clothingbrand  #brusselsfashiondays  #bruxellesmabelle  #mybrussels  #mybelgium  #mysocks  #expatgenius  #socks  #sokker 
Question of the month: where in Brussels did we spot this piece of (wall)art?
Question of the month: where in Brussels did we spot this piece of (wall)art?
Van 17 april tot 19 oktober 1958 bezochten bijna 45 miljoen bezoekers de Wereldtentoonstelling Expo 58 op de #Heizel in #Brussel. L'exposition universelle de '58 a été la première exposition de ce type organisée après la seconde guerre mondiale. Maar liefst 80% van alle Belgen zijn 1 of meerdere keren naar #Expo58 getrokken. The #Atomium was the main pavilion and icon of the World Fair of #Brussels. The Atomium was not intended to survive beyond the 1958 World Fair but its popularity and succes soon made it a key landmark.

#BruxellesMaBelle #SeeMyBrussels #BxLove #WeLoveBrussels #Bruxelles #BrusselsIsMyHome #WonenInBrussel #VisitBrussels #Brussels_art #InstaBrussels #Ig_Brussels #ILoveBrussels #IgersBrussels #VisitBelgium #BonjourBruxelles #BxLCult #TopBrusselsPhoto 
#Atomium60 #AtomiumBrussels
Van 17 april tot 19 oktober 1958 bezochten bijna 45 miljoen bezoekers de Wereldtentoonstelling Expo 58 op de #Heizel  in #Brussel . L'exposition universelle de '58 a été la première exposition de ce type organisée après la seconde guerre mondiale. Maar liefst 80% van alle Belgen zijn 1 of meerdere keren naar #Expo58  getrokken. The #Atomium  was the main pavilion and icon of the World Fair of #Brussels . The Atomium was not intended to survive beyond the 1958 World Fair but its popularity and succes soon made it a key landmark. #BruxellesMaBelle  #SeeMyBrussels  #BxLove  #WeLoveBrussels  #Bruxelles  #BrusselsIsMyHome  #WonenInBrussel  #VisitBrussels  #Brussels_art  #InstaBrussels  #Ig_Brussels  #ILoveBrussels  #IgersBrussels  #VisitBelgium  #BonjourBruxelles  #BxLCult  #TopBrusselsPhoto  #Atomium60  #AtomiumBrussels 
Oh, hey there spring 🌹 #bonjourbruxelles #spring #flowerseverywhere #belgiumchapter
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
Anenue Louise next to Terkameren abbey
Anenue Louise next to Terkameren abbey
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. 
My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. 
I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. 
Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. 
My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 
25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time.

A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS #nohomophobia #noplumofobia #noxenophobia #noracism #fightstereotypes #fightbodyshaming #fightageism #BELGIUM #BELGIQUE #BELGIA #helloBRUSSELS #visitBRUSSELS #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude #LOVEisLOVE #humanrights #equalrights #nude #naked #annessens
M - Travel agent | Annessens “I was born in the early 70's in Brussels and I grew up in a traditional family. My father was working in the army and my mum was a nurse. We had a very strict education, with lots of rules. For my dad, a boy was a boy and a girl was a girl. My dad was an orphan and because of it, he put a lot of his dreams in me. But I always felt different. When other boys played with cars, I spent hours dressing my sister’s Barbies. Also my idols where Dalida, Charlie’s Angels and Alexis Colby... and I had my first sexual emotion watching Magnum. I suffered a lot in my younger years. Kids were cruel... And since it was impossible for me to be myself, I started to live in a bubble. Lonely in my bedroom, listening to Madonna and dreaming that one day i will be free like her. Around 16 I started to come out of my bubble with the help of a straight school friend. At 20, with a work contract in one hand and with the keys of my first apartment in the other hand... after thousands of questions from my mum, I decided to do my coming out. Drama and tears... but no rejection. My parents decided I was their child and they loved me, but asked me not to speak about that part of my life anymore. 25 years later, I have to say I will never change my life for anyone and if I had to restart it I hope to be gay again. My life is so interesting. I've meet so many amazing people, experienced so many things... In 2014 I decided to take part in the Mister Bear Belgium contest because I had gained some weight and I was not feeling good with my body. And funny enough... I won it. It made me feel so proud of myself and it was a start of a mind changing time. A few months ago I decided to speak openly with my parents and for the first time my mum was supportive. So now I have the support and interest of my mum, who is important for me... and now I feel ready for love.” #NAKEDinBRUSSELS  #nohomophobia  #noplumofobia  #noxenophobia  #noracism  #fightstereotypes  #fightbodyshaming  #fightageism  #BELGIUM  #BELGIQUE  #BELGIA  #helloBRUSSELS  #visitBRUSSELS  #bonjourBRUXELLES  #nude  #LOVEisLOVE  #humanrights  #equalrights  #nude  #naked  #annessens 
Tired of the usual touristic restaurant of La rue des Bouchers ? Come & see us ! We guarantee you Belgian products and good quality. 
#prédecheznous #slowfood #brussels #brusselsrestaurant #visitbrussels #organicfood #circuitcourt #bio #belgium #belgianblogger #belgianproduct #healthyfood #restau #streetphotography #plant #instafood #letstaste #brusselsprouts @visitbrussels #bonjourbruxelles @welovebrussels
See Jacques Brel sitting in the Cafe des Augustins, behind the Anspach obelisk?
See Jacques Brel sitting in the Cafe des Augustins, behind the Anspach obelisk?
De Brouckere, in its original state, without the Black Sisters / monoliths
De Brouckere, in its original state, without the Black Sisters / monoliths
Spring, the season that surrounds Brussels in flowers and blossoms. 🌸 Region Hallepoort/Porte de Halle
Spring, the season that surrounds Brussels in flowers and blossoms. 🌸 Region Hallepoort/Porte de Halle
Once a classical theatre, now the Bastion tower at Porte de Namur. It was rebuild in unmatched 1970s style and still housed in the Bastion tower, Matonge gallérie
Once a classical theatre, now the Bastion tower at Porte de Namur. It was rebuild in unmatched 1970s style and still housed in the Bastion tower, Matonge gallérie
At the waterside of Brussels 🌅 Molenbeek
At the waterside of Brussels 🌅 Molenbeek
To notice that there are plenty of colorful doors in Brussels since you live in London 💙💙💙
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#travel #expat #expatlife #tourist #bruxelles #etterbeek #brussels #belgium #bruxellesmabelle #bxlmabelle #ilovebrussels #welovebrussels #visitbrussels #bonjourbruxelles #cityscape #facade #colorful #doors #bleu #obsesswithdoors
#towersofBrussels but then a century ago. How the snowy roofs look so unspoiled by modern high risers office buildings. Photographer unknown, but hereby I pay great respect to the Great Late
#towersofBrussels  but then a century ago. How the snowy roofs look so unspoiled by modern high risers office buildings. Photographer unknown, but hereby I pay great respect to the Great Late
Hôtel d’Ursel, marché à Bois:neoclassical winter residence of the noble d’Ursel family, with interiors by architect Dewez, replaced in 1960 by the Lotto tower. In the photo, the night hand apartment building still exists, near central station
Hôtel d’Ursel, marché à Bois:neoclassical winter residence of the noble d’Ursel family, with interiors by architect Dewez, replaced in 1960 by the Lotto tower. In the photo, the night hand apartment building still exists, near central station
Because this is on everyone's list of places to find in Brussels 🇧🇪
Manneken Pis is the best-known symbol of the people of Brussels. It also embodies their sense of humour. It is a landmark small bronze sculpture depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin. It was designed by Hiëronymus Duquesnoy the Elder and put in place in 1618 or 1619. The current statue is a copy which dates from 1965. The original is kept in the Museum of the City of Brussels.
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#bruxelles #brussels #mannekenpis #boy #sculpture #belgium #europe #topbrusselsphoto #bruxellestagram #bonjourbruxelles #bruxellesmabelle1000 #bruxellesmabelle
Because this is on everyone's list of places to find in Brussels 🇧🇪 Manneken Pis is the best-known symbol of the people of Brussels. It also embodies their sense of humour. It is a landmark small bronze sculpture depicting a naked little boy urinating into a fountain's basin. It was designed by Hiëronymus Duquesnoy the Elder and put in place in 1618 or 1619. The current statue is a copy which dates from 1965. The original is kept in the Museum of the City of Brussels. . . . . . . . . #bruxelles  #brussels  #mannekenpis  #boy  #sculpture  #belgium  #europe  #topbrusselsphoto  #bruxellestagram  #bonjourbruxelles  #bruxellesmabelle1000  #bruxellesmabelle 
Week end in Brussels 🇧🇪
The Grand Place is the central square of Brussels. It is surrounded by opulent guildhalls and two larger edifices, the city's Town Hall, and the King's House or Breadhouse building containing the Museum of the City of Brussels.
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