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Off-Season Queer P-town Still Offers Wild Adventures

The first time I visited Provincetown, Massachusetts, I was a young dyke who was escaping from personal drama in Northampton, a town known as Lesbianville, U.S.A., even back in 1989, when I followed…

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Gold Coast, the Legendary WeHo Gay Bar, Rises from the Dead

When West Hollywood’s Gold Coast bar shut down after 40 years last September, many speculated that the once-thriving gay scene on Santa Monica Boulevard was down for the count. The legendary dive bar was…

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Black Gay Pride: An Intersection of Challenge and Leadership

I exist at a unique set of intersections, but Black is not one of them. And yet, in the wake of last year’s Black Lives Matter marches, I thought an outside perspective might…

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7 Queer Friendly Beaches For You And Your Family

The beach is a great place to relax with a book (not so much if you have young kids—sorry) and keep cool during the summer heat. Since COVID-19 is still very much a threat, staying outside is…

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A New Documentary Tells the Story of a Critical Gathering Space for D.C.’s Black LGBTQ Community

It’s the intimacy of ENIKAlley Coffeehouse that Wayson Jones remembers most. The small carriage house-turned-performance space located just off H Street NE was a thriving hub for D.C.’s Black LGBTQ community in the 1980s. “I…

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As Seen on Riis Beach Dancing, smoking, and playing all summer long at New York’s queerest seashore.

I’d lost my phone. To be more specific, I drank too much tequila, went to a party I didn’t like, drank more tequila, and, somewhere between an Uber and the front steps of my…

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‘Real Queer America’ author wants LGBTQ travelers to give conservative states a chance

Cities like San Francisco and New York are known for their thriving LQBTQ scenes, but GLAAD award-winning journalist Samantha Allen wants people to learn about the queer communities below the radar: the conservative states she’s visited and called home. “I came out as transgender in Atlanta,…

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In D.C., Gay Bars and Dives Lead a Wave of Businesses Requiring Proof of Vaccinations

On the last day of July, John Guggenmos stood by the entrance of Number Nine, one of the two gay bars he co-owns in D.C.’s Logan Circle neighborhood, because he thought his staff…

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I’m Gay and I Love National Parks: Here’s My Guide for LGBTQIA+ Visitors

National parks belong to everyone. America’s National Park Service motto is “Find Your Park,” and is indicative of the fact that these hallowed spaces are equally accessible for people from all walks of…

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9 of the Coolest, Quirkiest, and Proudest Gayborhoods in the US

Across the US, in cities large and small, gay neighborhoods (gayborhoods) stand resolute as welcoming havens for travelers from every color of the rainbow. Bustling with nightlife, rooted in history, and colored by…

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