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Six ways to vacay naked

When swim briefs are your go-to gay summer attire, why wear anything at all? Stay naked with these fun, in-the-flesh warm-weather activities and getaways.

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The 6 Gayest Beaches at the Jersey Shore

Provincetown and Rehoboth may be among the most famous gay destinations on the East Coast, but did you know that the Jersey Shore is also home to several LGBT-friendly beach communities? Within just...

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The gay bar is dead: how the queer space killed it

The first time I went to a gay club was nothing like how it is in the popular imagination. You know, those EDM-soundtracked visions of gay men experiencing a sudden sense of belonging...

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Will Midtown Village leave the Gayborhood behind?

Tucked away in the quiet third-floor archives of the William Way LGBT Community Center, there’s a nearly 50-year-old leather-bound folder. The dozens of index cards inside are a window to a different past. “Cell...

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This Is What 13 Experts Want LGBTQ Travelers to Experience

The IGLTA’s Annual Global Convention is a chance for members to gather and discuss how they can best meet the needs of the LGBTQ community. Naturally, information sessions are accompanied by opportunities for...

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What I learnt from doing Pride in San Francisco, the queerest city in the US

At the beginning of 2019, I dreamt this would finally be the year where I dipped my feet into the sparkling ocean and soaked up the Californian sun in San Francisco. But then life...

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Rally Held In Support Of Renaming San Francisco Int'l Airport After Gay Rights Leader Harvey Milk

San Francisco Airport Reopens Terminal 1 As Harvey Milk Terminal

Southwest Airlines and JetBlue have a new home at San Francisco International Airport (SFO). Last week, gates at the long-awaited B wing of Terminal 1 finally opened for business. San Francisco’s newly refurbished...

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The West Hollywood History Center: Preserving and Sharing Our City’s Incredible Story

That camel barn on Melrose Place. The celebrity-packed restaurant where Comedy Store is now located and where Frank Sinatra got headlines for assaulting a journalist. Art Linkletter’s bowling alley on Santa Monica Boulevard...

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How The Gay Street Fair Known As Dore Alley Became The Warm-Up For Folsom

On Sunday, LGBT folk — though primarily gay men in the leather community — will take over the two blocks of Folsom Street on either side of Dore Street, as well as the...

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Examining the Past, Present, and Future of Chicago’s First Gay Neighborhood

Pride month is one full of both celebration and commemoration for the LGBT+ community. Every June, cities around the world hold pride festivals and parades to honor the anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising – the...

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