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Taco Bell Drag Brunch Is Coming to a City Near You This May

Taco Bell Drag Brunch will soon be a reality, thank goodness. Starting May 1, the Taco Bell Drag Brunch tour will kick off at the Taco Bell Cantina Las Vegas before continuing across the…

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NYC’s oldest gay bar honored with historic plaque

The site of a monumental event in the LGBTQ community’s fight against anti-gay discrimination was honored last week with a historic plaque. The Village Preservation on Thursday unveiled the plaque at 159 West 10th Street, also…

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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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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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New York City Pride Reveals Theme & Events For 2021

New York City Pride has announced the official theme for 2021, “The Fight Continues,” which “reflects the multitude of battles we’ve been fighting as a country and as a city,” the organization said in a…

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Don’t pronounce New York City dead just yet: Tourists are coming, and they like what they see

In June, an entire family could walk arm-in-arm through Times Square. In July, the Brooklyn Bridge was empty aside from passing bikers and joggers traveling between boroughs. In August, Bryant Park is quiet. Thanks to…

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Marsha P Johnson becomes first LGBT+ person in history to be honoured with a monument in her home state

Johnson, one of the most prominent figures in the 1969 Stonewall uprising that kickstarted the LGBT+ rights movement in the United States, will have a monument erected in her honour in her hometown…

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A gay couple laying on a sofa

The Best U.S. Cities for Same-Sex Couples

Best is almost always a subjective term. Same-sex couples live in every state of this nation, and just like their heterosexual counterparts, they want different things out of where they live. Some queer…

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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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Spotlight on New York City

6 Ways Visiting NYC Will Change Going Forward

The talk after almost three months of battling the coronavirus in the U.S. – a battle that is still being waged – is when we will get back to normal. ‘Normal’ as we know…

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