Mr Gay Europe







Mr Gay Europe has come a long way since two friends had a couple of beers – and maybe some margaritas – in the fall of 2004 and came up with this crazy idea to arrange Mr Gay Europe – like, how decadent was it possible to be?

Let’s just say it has been an interesting, wild, crazy, frustrating, eye-opening, challenging happy and giving time.

The first year the competition was just an excuse to throw a party. The second year we started to see the shape of the future of Mr Gay Europe. We were happy that the competition grew more and more into a human rights event, and we are proud of all the brave and proud contestants we’ve had through the years.

All along the goal has been to package the fight and work for human and gay rights with a positive, happy and entertaining event. As the time has passed, the world has – in most cases – gone forward, and Mr Gay Europe needs to do the same.

If there is one thing we don’t want to be, is a beauty pageant where body trumps brains, and muscles are more important than man to man relationships, networking and friendship, and unity through diversity.

Mr Gay Europe is the original Mr Gay competition, though others have tried to copy us and even tried to change us, we want to go back to the roots, where friendship and enlightenment are the focus of the competition.



One way to put it is that we need to be more to the point and follow our own rules. We invite you to read them as we believe those will explain more than anything else what Mr Gay Europe is all about – because we want to make a promise to you – it is not empty words and hollow phrases.

Many of you have gotten in touch with us and asked what is going on and when the next Mr Gay Europe will take place. Frankly, we had to do – on many levels – some house cleaning. We are going back to the basics, and our first step is to truly open the competition to all of Europe.

We still prioritize to work with some of our hard working producers, but in countries with no producers, or producers who are not going to keep the license, contestants can register online.


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Our authorized producers around Europe are working hard with the same goals as Mr Gay Europe. We feel it is just wrong to ask the producers to pay up in order to work for gay rights. There should not be a price tag for working for human rights.

Each delegate who registers for Mr Gay Europe has to pay a registration fee. 25 percent of the fee goes back to our authorized producers. The rest of the money is covering costs in connection with the international final. Mr Gay Europe is a non-profit organization and all the work is done voluntarily. If a delegate registers from a country that for any reason is not participating in the final, his registration fee will be refunded before the final takes place.


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So what is Mr Gay Europe?

Each year the delegate make Mr Gay Europe into what it is. The Mr Gay organization will continue to stride for a fun, educating and enlightening, safe, happy and positive event where gay men of all ages can make friends, build networks and help us create the new gay generation – our future. We need to keep fighting for our rights – human rights are fresh goods, if we don’t pay attention it goes sour and rots.

Are you the man for the job? Or do you have a friend who would be perfect for the job? The registration form is HERE.
















Meet the 2016 competitors.























2016 (Trondheim)

Raf Van Puymbroeck, Belgium

Click link to read more – BELGIUM NEW MR GAY EUROPE



2014 (Bregenz)
Jack  Johansson, Sweden





2013 (Prague)
Robbie O’Bara, Ireland





2012 (Rome)
Miguel Ortiz, Spain





2011 (Poiana Brasov)
Giulio Spatola, Italy






2009 (Oslo)
Sergio Lara, Spain






2008 (Budapest)
Antonio Almijez, Spain






2007 (Budapest)
Jackson Netto, Germany






2006 (Amsterdam)
Nandi Gyöngyösi, Hungary






2005 (Oslo)
Alexander van Kempen, The Netherlands




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Source: Mr Gay Europe