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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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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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History, Queer & Otherwise, Comes Alive in Midtown

It’s the dead of winter, and I’m reminded once again of all the indoor treasures New York has to offer. For my taste, museums rank near the top. They are full of amazing…

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10 NYC Holiday Shows to Make Your Yuletide Gay

Ask Santa for tickets to these festive theatrical events on and off-Broadway. Because a person can only sit through the Rockettes’ Christmas SpectacularOpens in New Window so many times. If you’re spending the…

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New York City’s Top LGBTQ Cultural Spots

Add rainbows to your day with the city’s amazing, year-round queer culture. Art, herstory, drag queens, gay ice cream—in New York City you get it all. Better still, it’s all available every day,…

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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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