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Camac Baths building makes Philadelphia Register of Historic Places

In a reversal of its decision, the Philadelphia Historical Commission voted to list a former bathhouse on the city’s Register of Historic Places. This designation also is historic for another reason: It marks the first time...

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10 Best Gay Beaches in the World

Gay beaches are a popular vacation destination—and not just for LGBT travelers. And while there are gay-friendly seasides all across the globe, several rise to the top—whether because of their sheer beauty, their...

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LA Pride Announces Headliners for June Festival

Singer-songwriter Meghan Trainor and the British electronic pop trio Years & Years will headline this year’s LA Pride festival on June 8-9. An announcement from Christopher Street West, the non-profit that puts on...

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The Stonewall Inn anchors New York City's traditional gayborhood, the West Village.

Gayborhoods aren’t dead. In fact, there are more of them than you think.

Open up a travel guide and you’re likely to see multiple passages about where to find the local “gayborhood,” a neighborhood disproportionately populated by LGBTQ people. In San Francisco, there’s the Castro. In...

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Key West: I can’t wait to go back

I love the beach in the winter. And by “the beach,” I pretty much mean any beach. But I have never thought of winter as being anything but “off season” for beach destinations. I mean,...

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Since Stonewall

“Where were you during the Christopher Street Riots?” asks a Mattachine Society poster displayed on the wall of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. Don’t think too hard. They are better known as the...

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NYC’s ‘vibrant’ LGBTQ community celebrated with the ‘Year of Pride’

New York City will celebrate the “Year of Pride,” 50 years after the Stonewall Inn riot that helped spark the modern gay rights movement. The declaration is a symbolic gesture made by NYC &...

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The (Almost) Lost Gay History of Brooklyn

In 2010, the writer Hugh Ryan, incensed by the Smithsonian’s decision to remove David Wojnarowicz’s A Fire in My Belly from display, created the Pop Up Museum of Queer History in his Bushwick loft. The...

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Can San Francisco's famed leather district be saved in an era of high property values?

Can San Francisco’s famed leather district be saved in an era of high property values?

When Dahn Van Laarz, a bearded 59-year-old in Levi’s and a motorcycle jacket, walks the streets of San Francisco’s official leather district, he finds it hard to avoid the ghosts. The Club Baths,...

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Gay guy who’s the boss of NYC tourism on what Stonewall anniversary means to him

I grew up in Tennessee. I’m from a small town there, but I spent a lot of my formative years in Nashville after college. I was there when I found the courage to...

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