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Gay Bars Around The World Facing Collapse Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

From pulsating gay super clubs to basement drag cabarets and dimly-lit lesbian bars, the new coronavirus has shuttered LGBT+ nightlife venues worldwide, with some already forced to close permanently while others are scrambling…

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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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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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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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LGBT Center to Host Groundbreaking Conference for LGBT Widows and Widowers in L.A.

On Saturday, February 29, the Los Angeles LGBT Center will host an innovative conference known as Camp Widow to serve members of the LGBTQ+ community who have experienced the death of a spouse or…

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INSIDE ‘BRITNEY SPEARS: THE ZONE,’ AN INSTAGRAM-FRIENDLY MECCA FOR DIEHARD FANS

Just as the phrase “It’s Britney, bitch” knocks you back at the onset of “Gimme More,” the pink exterior of Britney Spears: The Zone practically blinds you as you turn the corner on 3rd Street….

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LA’s Only Known Trans Nightlife Event Just Got A Little More Fierce

Heavenly Bodies is Los Angeles’ only known monthly transgender nightlife event featuring live performances hosted by trans model and activist, Sasha Colby.  Proceeds from specialty cocktails made with Illegal Mescal are donated to the Trans Wellness Center to…

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Los Angeles LGBT Center opens new huge Center South in Leimert Park

Balloons, soul food, a giant game of Jenga and a cut ribbon signaled a celebration near the corner of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd and Arlington Ave. in Leimert Park on Jan. 11….

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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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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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