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Everything You Need to Know About Miami Beach Pride 2022

In the wake of a delayed 2021 celebration, the 2022 iteration of Miami Beach Pride has returned to its regularly scheduled programming, set to span ten fun-filled days beginning April 1. While there’s no shortage…

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This spot in Key West is the best place in the world to watch a sunset, study says

When it comes to sunsets, no place is more popular than Key West. And in Key West, there’s no better place to watch the sunset than Mallory Square, according to a not-at-all dubious…

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LA Pride Announces New Location

After a two year hiatus, the second largest pride parade in the nation will make a return on June 12, according to a press release from Christopher Street West, the nonprofit that produces…

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Guide to LGBTQ Travel in the San Francisco Bay Area

I never get over looking out of the plane window from my seat and seeing the Golden Gate Bridge and the City of San Francisco perched on the edge of the bay. San…

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Best LGBTQ+-friendly small towns in the USA

When we think of LGBTQ+-friendly destinations, big cities often come to mind. Yet many small towns across the USA are just as welcoming. From longtime LGBTQ+ escapes like Provincetown to the charmingly crooked streets of…

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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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