Journalist. He went to college in Hódmezővásárhely. One of the founders, later the secretary of Homérosz Association. With his registered partner, editor-in-chief Gábor Takács Bencze, he founded Mások, the first LGBT cultural and advocacy magazine in Hungary, and was its leading journalist between 1989 and 2008. One of the organizers of the Pink Picnics, then of the LGBT film and Cultural Festival and the Gay Pride Day March (now Budapest Pride). A founding member of Budapest Lambda Association. As an activist, he regularly appeared in the mainstream press as well. He received a Háttér Award in 2006. He is retired and lives in Budapest.
“Many didn't dare to buy the magazine: I know for a fact that sometimes one person bought it and 10 people read it.”