Tel Aviv Candidates Vie to 'Out-pink' Each Other in Gay Mecca’s Local Election

Nitzan Horowitz is striving to become Israel's first gay mayor. It's an uphill fight, but the LGBT community should be well represented on the city council, on the streets and just about everywhere.

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Tel Aviv is world famous as a gay mecca, with it huge Pride parades and tolerant residents who don't look twice at same-sex couples holding hands in the street. But the city has never had a gay mayor.