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The Legacy Walk

Walking Through LGBTQ History in Boystown

On a stretch of the narrow sidewalks that line Halsted Street in Boystown, there are familiar rainbow pylons that signify the Chicago neighborhood’s roots as a gay community. But if you look closer…

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The 10 Most LGBTQ-Friendly Towns and Cities in the U.S. Provide a Few Fierce Surprises

In the face of a global coronavirus pandemic, many gay pride celebrations have moved from jubilant festivals on the streets to … computer screens. But the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community…

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2020 Beach Guide: Fort Lauderdale beach

Think of Fort Lauderdale beach as Broward County’s front porch. This is where we sit and watch the world go by, waving at some and staring at others — people watching at its…

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Las Vegas is reopening for business with a few noticeable changes (including some we'd like to stick around for a while).

Las Vegas Is Back in Business!

After being shuttered since March, the glittering desert gambling oasis of Las Vegas is once again open for business. While some clubs and attractions will remain shuttered for the time being, the casinos…

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What is the Future of LGBTQ Travel?

In recent years, LGBTQ consumers have been avid travelers, venturing to family-friendly gatherings in Provincetown, partying in Fort Lauderdale or Madrid, cruising in Europe, or looking for the hottest new urban or beach…

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A ‘Queer Eye’ Guide to Philadelphia

On June 5, the fifth season of Netflix’s Queer Eye hits our TVs, bringing the Fab Five—Bobby Berk, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, Karamo Brown, and Jonathan Van Ness—to the City of Brotherly Love. During filming last summer, the hosts…

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The Best U.S. Cities for Same-Sex Couples

Best is almost always a subjective term. Same-sex couples live in every state of this nation, and just like their heterosexual counterparts, they want different things out of where they live. Some queer…

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Pride Month moves online

Pride Month moves online

Pride Month is moving online as social distancing rules force LGBTQ organizers to nix the outdoor parades and celebrations that typically draw large crowds during June in cities across the country. New York,…

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Pride is a feeling, not a parade

The sight of thousands of topless women marching smack dab down the middle of Fifth Avenue in Manhattan would be a pretty provocative thing for the average person to see. For a 16-year-old…

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Gay beach destinations plan for summer, with pandemic in mind

Ben Rimalower, 44, has been vacationing on New York’s Fire Island since 2005. The island’s Pines section, a popular beach destination for gay men dating back to the 1920s, has been a reliably…

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