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RuPaul’s DragCon LA has been cancelled due to coronavirus

RuPaul’s DragCon LA has been cancelled amid concerns over the coronavirus. A message on the official RuPaul’s DragCon website reads: “DragCon’s first priority is always the health and safety of everyone involved, and…

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Janelle Monáe in a rainbow dress

Janelle Monáe will headline New York City Pride and it’s the very definition of queer rights

Janelle Monáe will perform at New York City Pride Island on June 26, marking her first time performing at a Pride event since she came out as queer in 2018. Monáe said that performing at…

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Henrietta Hudson

Be Queer Right Here at NYC’s Best LGBTQ Bars

Unlike so many others around the globe, New York City queers aren’t limited to two gauche options when planning a Gay Night Out. Here in the birthplace of Pride, we can hop from…

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a boat is docked at the beach: A romantic setting at the Sandals South Coast

My Queer Experience at a Resort Designed for Straight Couples

It was on a family trip to San Francisco, in my early tweens, that I saw what I recognized to be a real, true to life lesbian for the first time. Two, actually. I…

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Some of New Orleans' best known drag queens pose in the dining room of Ralph's on the Park in New Orleans. The image is from "Drag Queen Brunch," a new cookbook by Popper Tooker with Sam Hanna celebrating the New Orleans drag queen culture with recipes of brunch favorites from some of the city's top chefs and restaurants.

Drag queen luster adds sparkle to New Orleans scene

The options for French Quarter walking tours are many: cocktail bars, iconic restaurants, haunted houses and streets, riverbend history, voodoo and vampires. But the tours led by Quinn Laroux cover a fascinating swath…

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A jazz band plays in front of Cafe du Monde on a foggy morning in New Orleans.

Forget gumbo, it’s the people that give New Orleans its flavor

Between the po’boys, gumbo and beignets, it could be argued that every day is Fat Tuesday in New Orleans. Yet the locals are mostly lean, mean party machines, especially on Mardi Gras, the…

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Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade, Oxford Street. Photo / Destination NSW

The best places in the world to see drag shows

Thanks to TV shows such as Ru Paul’s Drag Race and New Zealand\’s own House of Drag, going to see drag performances is increasing in popularity as a super-fun night out. Here are…

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‘Pride of the Americas’ to Replace ‘Pride Fort Lauderdale’ This Year

There won’t be a Pride Fort Lauderdale this year! Instead the organization is hosting Pride of the Americas, a five-day festival taking place April 21-26. It will incorporate many of the Pride Fort Lauderdale…

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Morgan Royal, right, performed at the Playhouse Bar, a new gay club in Greenwich Village.

Yes, There’s a New Gay Bar in Greenwich Village

Greenwich Village may no longer be a predominantly L.G.B.T. neighborhood, but it remains a vibrant center of gay night life. In December, the owners of Pieces on Christopher Street and Hardware in Hell’s…

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Discrimination. Liberation. Celebration.

6 must-see sites to visit and celebrate LGBT+ history

Human history has not always welcomed queerness, but LGBT+ people have always played a pivotal part in our collective past. To celebrate LGBT+ history, we’ve collated some intriguing, influential, and inspiring places to…

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