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Gay Bars Were Already Closing Their Doors Before The Coronavirus Hit

But gay bars were already closing their doors before the virus hit. Their decline began sometime around 2002 and has since accelerated. My research shows that as many as 37% of the United…

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Your Pride trip may be canceled, but virtual Prides still march on

On a cloudy Friday last June, a congregation of around 25,000 transgender people and allies marched through Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. Decked out in bright pinks, blues and whites, the cheery crowd repeated…

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drag queen in red white and blue with balloons

Gay-Listers Guide: Provincetown With Jackie Cox

In this edition of Gay-Listers Guide, RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 12’s contender, Jackie Cox, the proud Persian who self-identifies as the season’s “nerdy queen,” takes us to one of her favorite summer getaways,…

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Provincetown, the country’s unofficial LGBTQ summer playground, faces a unique challenge this year

Provincetown isn’t a place known for social distancing. People flock there from all over the country and the world to be a part of a summer-long party. It’s one of the premiere LGBTQ…

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Gay Bars Around The World Facing Collapse Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

From pulsating gay super clubs to basement drag cabarets and dimly-lit lesbian bars, the new coronavirus has shuttered LGBT+ nightlife venues worldwide, with some already forced to close permanently while others are scrambling…

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Rehoboth Beach quarantine, gay news, Washington Blade

An uncertain summer in Rehoboth

For Tim Ragan, owner of the Blue Moon bar and restaurant in Rehoboth Beach, Del., the adjustment to the pandemic economy came immediately. “As soon as we were closed for dine-in, we started…

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May’s annual Bay to Breakers race includes a long-standing tradition of dressing up (Credit: Credit: Michael Perry/Getty Images)

Where San Francisco’s Spirit of Tolorance Came From

Dressed in a Union Civil War junior officer’s frock coat with epaulets and a purple-felt top hat displaying an array of long feathers in red, green, yellow and blue, Joseph Amster leads a…

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Spotlight on New York City

6 Ways Visiting NYC Will Change Going Forward

The talk after almost three months of battling the coronavirus in the U.S. – a battle that is still being waged – is when we will get back to normal. ‘Normal’ as we know…

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Provincetown: A Perfect Winter Weekend Getaway

Provincetown always feels like the end of the world by the time you drive to the tip of Cape Cod in Massachusetts — and that impression is multiplied in the winter. The two-lane…

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Your Guide to Pride 2020 and How Coronavirus Will Affect the Celebrations—Plus: Virtual Pride!

For the first time in their 50 year history, Pride events all over the nation—including the infamous New York City celebrations—have been postponed and canceled. The LGBTQIA+ events and parades have been moved due to…

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