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Ever Had a Quickie in Vegas?

Pride season has come and gone, but there are so many ways to celebrate the LGBTQ+ pride all year long. One of best ways to let your colors show is to pack a...

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George Tooker and Paul Cadmus, Provincetown

How Provincetown Became a Radical Art Haven

The light and natural, coastal beauty of Provincetown, on the tip of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, has inspired artists for over a century. “Provincetown is a place of contrasts: a rugged, rural site...

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White Party Palm Springs moving from convention center to air museum in 2020

White Party Palm Springs, the largest gay circuit party in the United States, will move from the Palm Springs Convention Center to the Palm Springs Air Museum in 2020. After 25 years, White Party Palm Springs...

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10 Reasons Gay Camping Is Loads Of Fun!

If you’ve never been gay camping, you’re really missing out. That’s because camping offers a unique opportunity to bond with your friends while becoming one with nature! As a couple, I’ve going camping with...

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Gay-Tripping Through Southeastern Pennsylvania

Anchored by urbane and culturally rich Philadelphia, and home to the charming river hamlet of New Hope, southeastern Pennsylvania has long been popular with LGBTQ travelers. In more recent years, however, this region...

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The long-standing LGBTQ nightclub celebrated its 20-year anniversary. It's believed to be the longest-running gay club in New Jersey.

How Asbury Park’s Paradise became one of the oldest (but still hottest) gay club in N.J.

On a recent Saturday night at the bar Paradise in Asbury Park, the bass thump, thump, thumped, as the latest dance single by Ariana Grande emanated from the sound system. The dance floor was packed...

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Essential California: The West Coast LGBTQ activism that predated Stonewall

It’s simple and powerful to say that the gay rights movement began 50 years ago today, when the first brick was thrown in the early hours of June 28, 1969, outside the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village....

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Top Places for LGBTQ Folks to Live—and It’s Not Just New York and San Francisco

As jubilant pride celebrations take place across the nation, major cities are rolling out the welcome mat with rainbow flags flying proudly from streetlights. This is the big one: the 50th anniversary of...

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Drag Brunch Is the Most Important Meal of the Week

On a sunny Sunday afternoon, there is a raucous line down the block of an industrial street in Brooklyn’s Bushwick neighborhood, and it had only just turned noon. A line this early on...

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Party Radar: ULTIMATE PRIDE GUIDE 2019

PRIDE Heeeeeeey, Happy Prode, everybody! Party Radar’s been on a wee hiatus while I finish this crazy book, sorry. I miss getting nuts on the dance floor and/or bathroom stall with you! The book...

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