Can you get more answers right than our misters?

The delegates were awarded one mark for each correct answer. There are 50 possible marks to obtain. If you want to see what kind of questions the delegates have to know the answers to, you can try for yourself here. You can find all the correct answers in the second half of the questionaire.

MULTIPLE CHOICE:

1. The date on which the Stonewall riots started in the early morning hours was:
a. 28 June 1979
b. 28 June 1969
c. 30 June 1969

2. In which city will the 2020 Summer Olympics be held?
a. PyeongChang
b. Sochi
c. Tokyo

3. The official title of Angela Merkel is:
a. Premierminister
b. President
c. Bundeskanzlerin

4. What is the maximum age limit of Mr. Gay Europe?
a. 39
b. 35
c. There is none

5. In the generally used six-colour gay flag, yellow is followed by green and green by:

a. Red
b. Blue
c. Purple

6. Which country won Mr. Gay Europe in 2017?
a. Germany
b. Belgium
c. England

7. Gilbert Baker, who passed away in 2017, was the designer of:
a. The Stonewall Memorial
b. The LGBT Memorial or “homo monument” in Amsterdam
c. The original gay flag

8. Donald Trump was a TV presenter of which show before he became President of the USA?
a. The Amazing Race
b. The Apprentice
c. The Candidate

9. This country is not taking part in Mr. Gay Europe 2018:
a. Germany
b. Bulgaria
c. Denmark

10. What is the square root of 25 or what is √25?
a. 625
b. 25
c. 5

11. This person is not a Democratic candidate for President in the 2020 USA elections:
a. Kamala Harris
b. Hillary Clinton
c. Joe Biden

12. Why does the current pope, Pope Francis have no numerical after his name e.g. Francis IV?
a. He denounced the use of it
b. The Catholic Bishops gave him the name
c. He is the first Francis

13. Where was Mr. Gay Europe 2018 held?
a. Prague, Czech Rep
b. Poznan, Poland
c. Bregenz, Austria

14. Who is the Owner of Mr. Gay Europe?
a. Stuart Hatton
b. Beate Tecza
c. Tore Aasheim

15. What was the name of the 1993 American drama film which centred on the life of an American lawyer played by Tom Hanks who developed AIDS and was rejected by his firm?
a. Philadelphia
b. Milk
c. Prayers for Bobby

16. This country has the death penalty for gay sex:
a. Iran
b. Tunisia
c. India

17. The capital of Sweden, where Mr. Gay Europe 2017 was held, is:
a. Oslo
b. Stockholm
c. Helsinki

18. The “Stonewall Riots” took place at the Stonewall Inn in which street in New York?
a. 5th Avenue
b. Broadway street
c. Christopher street

19. What was the surname of the first openly gay public official elected to office in San Francisco, USA who has his likeness portrayed on an official US postage stamp?
a. Milk
b. Frank
c. Baldwin

20. This country is the first to recognise same-sex marriage in Asia in 2019:
a. Japan
b. Taiwan
c. Thailand

21. This transgender person who was jailed for spying, was pardoned by President Obama and released, and yet again jailed this year is:
a. Caitlyn Marie Jenner
b. Julian Assange
c. Chelsea Manning

22. London is to the United Kingdom like:
a. New York is to the USA
b. Paris is to France
c. Bonn is to Germany

23. “Thank you very much” in German is
a. Baie dankie
b. Vielen Dank
c. Danke Schön

24. This country’s prime minister is not gay:
a. Ireland
b. Luxembourg
c. France

25. This challenge in Mr Gay Europe does not count 15%:
a. The written test
b. The interview
c. The online vote

26. This was the first country in the world to have a “homo” (or LGBT) monument in 1987 and gay marriage in 2001:
a. Belgium
b. Norway
c. The Netherlands

27. In which year was Mr. Gay Europe established?
a. 2004
b. 2005
c. 2009

28. This country recorded the highest temperature in recorded history of 45,9°C in last week, issuing its first ‘red alert’ for heat:
a. Spain
b. Germany
c. France

29. This county is the only country in Africa where same-sex marriage is legal:
a. Botswana
b. South Africa
c. Angola

30. In the 1920s and 1930s this village in Berlin was famous for being one of the first ever gay villages with a thriving queer culture. It is the heart of gay life in Berlin:
a. Schöneberg
b. Köln
c. Brandenburg

FINISH THE SENTENCE (The answers to each of these consist of only one or two words. Any more are disallowed. Where the answer consists of two words, both must be give to count.):

31. Which airport in New Zealand has painted a huge LGBT+ rainbow next to its runway in celebration of Pride last week?

32. The capital of Austria is ___________

33. Yes or No: Same-sex marriage is legal in New Zealand?

34. Megan Rapinhoe is a women’s soccer player in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup for which country: ___________

35. The frescoes on The Sistine Chapel’s ceiling was the work of gay artist ___________

36. Which one of these artists are still alive today: Prince, George Michael, Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson, David Bowie? ___________

37. Scuba is an acronym for ‘self-contained underwater breathing ___________’

38. Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, Earth and Venus are all called ___________

39. The capital before reunification of Germany, of West Germany was ___________

40. HIV stands for ____________ Immunodeficiency ___________

41. In the abbreviation LGBT, the “B” stands for ___________

42. She was a self-identified drag queen and transgender woman who is often credited with being one of three people who sparked the Stonewall riots. She remained an LGBTQ activist and participated in the Christopher Street Liberation Parade on the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall riots; this event would precede what we today know as Pride parades. She would later join ACT UP and became a prominent AIDS activist until her death in 1992 when her body was discovered floating in the Hudson River. Her name is: ___________ ___________ 

43. Kim Jong-un is the leader of this country commonly known as ___________

44. The late pop singer Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou is better known by his stage name as ___________

45. Which one of these countries are not part of the European Union? Germany, France, Sweden, Norway, Denmark? ___________

46. This gay Latin singer is playing Gianni Versace’s long-time partner, Antonio D’Amico in the movie about Versace’s life and murder: ___________

47. The modern use of gay comes from gaycat, a slang term among hobos meaning a boy who accompanies an older, more experienced tramp, with the implication of sexual favours being exchanged for protection. True or false? ___________

48. There is a street near the Stonewall Inn in New York which is called “Gay street”. For the week of World Pride in New York in June, it was renamed to this: ___________ ___________

49. Germany won Mr Gay Europe twice. The first time was in 2007 when Jackson Neto won. What is the first name of the 2nd winner for Germany who won in 2018 in Poland? ___________

50. Germany was reunited from East and West Germany, in this year: ___________

MULTIPLE CHOICE ANSWERS:

1. The date on which the Stonewall riots started in the early morning hours was:
b. 28 June 1969

2. In which city will the 2020 Summer Olympics be held?
c. Tokyo

3. The official title of Angela Merkel is:
c. Bundeskanzlerin

4. What is the maximum age limit of Mr. Gay Europe?
c. There is none

5. In the generally used six-colour gay flag, yellow is followed by green and green by:
b. Blue

6. Which country won Mr. Gay Europe in 2017?
c. England

7. Gilbert Baker, who passed away in 2017, was the designer of:
c. The original gay flag

8. Donald Trump was a TV presenter of which show before he became President of the USA?
b. The Apprentice

9. This country is not taking part in Mr. Gay Europe 2018:
b. Bulgaria (was disqualified)

10. What is the square root of 25 or what is √25?
c. 5

11. This person is not a Democratic candidate for President in the 2020 USA elections:
b. Hillary Clinton

12. Why does the current pope, Pope Francis have no numerical after his name e.g. Francis IV?
c. He is the first Francis

13. Where was Mr. Gay Europe 2018 held?
b. Poznan, Poland

14. Who is the Owner of Mr. Gay Europe?
c. Tore Aasheim

15. What was the name of the 1993 American drama film which centred on the life of an American lawyer played by Tom Hanks who developed AIDS and was rejected by his firm?
a. Philadelphia

16. This country has the death penalty for gay sex:
a. Iran

17. The capital of Sweden, where Mr. Gay Europe 2017 was held, is:
b. Stockholm

18. The “Stonewall Riots” took place at the Stonewall Inn in which street in New York?
c. Christopher Street

19. What was the surname of the first openly gay public official elected to office in San Francisco, USA who has his likeness portrayed on an official US postage stamp?
a. Milk

20. This country is the first to recognise same-sex marriage in Asia in 2019:
b. Taiwan

21. This transgender person who was jailed for spying, was pardoned by President Obama and released, and yet again jailed this year is:
c. Chelsea Manning

22. London is to the United Kingdom like:
b. Paris is to France

23. “Thank you very much” in German is
b. Vielen Dank

24. This country’s prime minister is not gay:
c. France

25. This challenge in Mr Gay Europe does not count 15%:
b. The interview

26. This was the first country in the world to have a “homo” (or LGBT) monument in 1987 and gay marriage in 2001:
c. The Netherlands

27. In which year was Mr. Gay Europe established?
a. 2004

28. This country recorded the highest temperature in recorded history of 45,9°C in last week, issuing its first ‘red alert’ for heat:
c. France

29. This county is the only country in Africa where same-sex marriage is legal:
b. South Africa

30. In the 1920s and 1930s this village in Berlin was famous for being one of the first ever gay villages with a thriving queer culture. It is the heart of gay life in Berlin:
a. Schöneberg

FINISH THE SENTENCE ANSWERS:

31. Which airport in New Zealand has painted a huge LGBT+ rainbow next to its runway in celebration of Pride last week? Wellington

32. The capital of Austria is Vienna (Wien)

33. Yes or No: Same-sex marriage is legal in New Zealand? Yes

34. Megan Rapinhoe is a women’s soccer player in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup for which country: USA

35. The frescoes on The Sistine Chapel’s ceiling was the work of gay artist Michelangelo

36. Which one of these artists are still alive today: Prince, George Michael, Paul McCartney, Michael Jackson, David Bowie? Paul McCartney

37. Scuba is an acronym for ‘self-contained underwater breathing apparatus’

38. Jupiter, Saturn, Mercury, Earth and Venus are all called planets

39. The capital before reunification of Germany, of West Germany was Bonn

40. HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus

41. In the abbreviation LGBT, the “B” stands for Bisexual

42. She was a self-identified drag queen and transgender woman who is often credited with being one of three people who sparked the Stonewall riots. She remained an LGBTQ activist and participated in the Christopher Street Liberation Parade on the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall riots; this event would precede what we today know as Pride parades. She would later join ACT UP and became a prominent AIDS activist until her death in 1992 when her body was discovered floating in the Hudson River. Her name is:

Marsha P. Johnson

43. Kim Jong-un is the leader of this country commonly known as North Korea

44. The late pop singer Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou is better known by his stage name as George Michael

45. Which one of these countries are not part of the European Union? Germany, France, Sweden, Norway, Denmark? Norway

46. This gay Latin singer is playing Gianni Versace’s long-time partner, Antonio D’Amico in the movie about Versace’s life and murder: Ricky Martin

47. The modern use of gay comes from gaycat, a slang term among hobos meaning a boy who accompanies an older, more experienced tramp, with the implication of sexual favours being exchanged for protection. True or false? True

48. There is a street near the Stonewall Inn in New York which is called “Gay street”. For the week of World Pride in New York last week, it was renamed to this: Acceptance Street

49. Germany won Mr Gay Europe twice. The first time was in 2007 when Jackson Neto won. What is the first name of the 2nd winner for Germany who won in 2018 in Poland? Enrique

50. Germany was reunited from East and West Germany, in this year: 1990

 

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