Axel Axgil 96

October 30, 2011 by staff 

Axel Axgil 96, Axel Axgil dies at 96, Axel Axgil, who struggled all his life for gay rights and was one of the first to enter into civil society with a same sex partner, died Saturday at age 96.
He died at a hospital in Copenhagen, as a result of complications from a fall.
Axgil, born Axel Lundahl-Madsen, was one of the founding members of the organization of gay rights struggle in 1948. The association, now known as LGBT Danmark announced that at its meeting to commemorate national Axgil November 5.
Axgil Eigil Eskildsen and his partner use the cards of each of their names to create a proper name.
When Denmark legalized same-sex register as a partner in 1989, men became the first couple to enter into this partnership. Deputy Mayor Tom Ahlberg Copenhagen performed the ceremony for them and 10 couples at City Hall.
The full text of the ceremony can be read on the website of the Cybercity.
“I’m overwhelmed with all these people and the press,” Axel said at the time, adding that “it is generally very well together.”
LGBT Denmark reported that when Axgil released first as a hmosxl who was expelled from the Justice Foundation and the Committee of the City Council of Youth, as well as being fired from his job. He
Axel and Eigil were imprisoned at some point in posting pictures of n*ked men.
“You have to be impressed by the enthusiasm demonstrated colossal Axel Axgil throughout his entire life to helping others gay,” Yahoo News quoted the spokesperson Vivi LGBT Jelstrup Danmark as saying. “Despite how hard they were hit, he and Eigil tirelessly to work.”
The San Francisco Chronicle quoted him as saying: “.. However, Axel Axgil was a modest man who never to himself as a lone warrior he always stressed that there were many involved in the work and it was a common cause”
Eigil Axgil died in September 1995 at the age of 73.

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