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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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NEARLY 70% OF LGBT+ TRAVELLERS ‘CONSIDER SAFETY’ BEFORE BOOKING

Those were some of the key findings from a new Booking.com study of more than 3,000 LGBT+ travellers across Europe, North America and Australasia carried out this summer. More than half (55%) of…

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American LGBTQ+ Museum coming to N.Y.C.’s oldest museum as part of expansion

New York’s oldest museum will soon expand to incorporate a museum dedicated to LGBTQ history. Representatives for the New-York Historical Society, established in 1804, announced earlier this month that the museum will expand by 70,000 square feet…

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West Hollywood replaces crosswalk’s rainbow flag design with Progress Pride flag

The city of West Hollywood, California is going to change their six-striped Pride flag crosswalk and replace it with a Progress Pride flag crosswalk, complete with trans flag colors and black and brown…

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14 of the Coolest Queer-Friendly Hotels in the US

When it’s time to map out your next trip, obviously you want to find a hotel where you’ll feel not only safe, but celebrated. Across the country, numerous hotel chains and independent brands…

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A Queer Guide to Where to Stay, Party, and Chill in Provincetown

Provincetown, Massachusetts, is one of the most popular LGBTQ holiday destinations in the US—cherished by gay and straight travelers alike—and it’s no wonder why. The small beach town, often referred to as P-town,…

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