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The 8 New York City drag brunches you need to hit during Pride Month

Brunch is already a pretty perfect meal. But throw in some voluminous-wig-wearing, sharply contoured drag queens sashaying between tables and brunch gets even even better. During a drag brunch, drag queens perform live songs, lip...

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Since Stonewall

“Where were you during the Christopher Street Riots?” asks a Mattachine Society poster displayed on the wall of the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building. Don’t think too hard. They are better known as the...

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NYC’s ‘vibrant’ LGBTQ community celebrated with the ‘Year of Pride’

New York City will celebrate the “Year of Pride,” 50 years after the Stonewall Inn riot that helped spark the modern gay rights movement. The declaration is a symbolic gesture made by NYC &...

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The (Almost) Lost Gay History of Brooklyn

In 2010, the writer Hugh Ryan, incensed by the Smithsonian’s decision to remove David Wojnarowicz’s A Fire in My Belly from display, created the Pop Up Museum of Queer History in his Bushwick loft. The...

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Drag Queen Shuga Cain’s Guide To Harlem, New York

Living in uptown Manhattan is sweet for RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant Shuga Cain. “It’s a beautiful, vibrant community that’s super diverse, ” she says. “It feels like home, which is hard to find in New York...

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Gay guy who’s the boss of NYC tourism on what Stonewall anniversary means to him

I grew up in Tennessee. I’m from a small town there, but I spent a lot of my formative years in Nashville after college. I was there when I found the courage to...

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New York Will Become the 15th State to Ban Conversion Therapy

It’s a good day for LGBTQ people in the Empire State. State lawmakers in Albany have officially passed two pieces of inclusive legislation: one protecting transgender residents from discrimination, and another banning gay...

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The 50 Most Popular Gay Bars in the United States

The ingredients for the perfect gay bar are not as obvious as the ingredients for a perfect cocktail. The best bars mix ambience, a frisson of energy, and the right vibes. But there’s...

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Andy Warhol Exhibit Includes Old Favorites, New Insights

The 25-foot long “Camouflage Last Supper,” one of Andy Warhol’s last and most personal works, floods a full wall of a room on the fifth floor of the Whitney Museum of American Art....

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NYC & Company laying groundwork for Year of Pride

June is usually synonymous with LGBTQ pride in New York, but with so many milestones and events, most notably the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising and World Pride’s first U.S.-based celebration, NYC...

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