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What’s it take to be a New Orleans drag queen?

New Orleans wasn’t weird enough for Vinsantos. The artist, whose real name is Vincent DeFonte, is also a drag queen. He began performing in San Francisco years ago, finally succumbing to the draw…

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How Asbury Park became the ‘coolest small town in America’

It’s  safe to say Danny Clinch is a pretty good judge of what’s cool. The nationally acclaimed photographer has shot magazine covers for everyone from Bruce Springsteen to the late Tupac Shakur. So during…

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‘Summer: The Donna Summer Musical’ is where the disco ball spins the real truth

Who lives, who dies, who tells your story?” they sing in “Hamilton.” Well, if you have control over the combination of your biography and all your hit songs, the answer is perfectly simple:…

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10 of the best LGBT-friendly holiday destinations

With negative attitudes and discriminatory laws still in effect in many places around the world, LGBT people often have different considerations when looking at where to spend a much needed vacation. Some of…

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Coffee As A Queer Space, Past And Present

When people think of spaces for queer communities to congregate, collaborate, and enjoy each other’s company, bars and clubs are usually the first thing that comes to mind. This assumption—that an openly  gay…

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The Landmarks That Made New York a Cultural Capital

One of the realities of living in New York is that you cannot become too attached to specific places any more than you can become attached to certain people in your life: the…

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Distinction Travel: Washington D.C. more than the National Mall

There is no music, yet people are dancing, some in sync and others not, their headphones lit up red or purple, blue or yellow, as they tune in to any of four songs…

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Palm Springs club unites LGBTQ men through recreational, spiritual and community events

When you say “men and intimacy,” any number of images come to mind. Go ahead. Say it. See what happens in your mind. It’s a revealing mental exercise but for somebody like Barry…

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Is Gentrification Killing The Gay Bar?

From coast to coast, gay bars seem to be disappearing. In recent years, San Francisco has lost The Gangway, the city’s oldest continuously running gay establishment and Latino staple Esta Noche in the Mission, as well as Lion…

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‘RuPaul’s’ contestant Monet X Change spills the T on NYC drag scene

There’s a “bold, in-your-face” aspect to Monet X Change’s drag that keeps her on the map as one of New York City’s rising queens. “I know I work it,” Monet, 27, says. “I…

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