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13 LGBTQ art shows worth traveling for this spring

With queer travelers gearing up to carefully jet off on global holidays again in the coming months, we scoured the world’s top museums to find the best springtime exhibitions by and about LGBTQ…

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Guide to LGBTQ Travel in the San Francisco Bay Area

I never get over looking out of the plane window from my seat and seeing the Golden Gate Bridge and the City of San Francisco perched on the edge of the bay. San…

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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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May’s annual Bay to Breakers race includes a long-standing tradition of dressing up (Credit: Credit: Michael Perry/Getty Images)

Where San Francisco’s Spirit of Tolorance Came From

Dressed in a Union Civil War junior officer’s frock coat with epaulets and a purple-felt top hat displaying an array of long feathers in red, green, yellow and blue, Joseph Amster leads a…

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The Apple contingent sported rainbow-colored balloons in last year's San Francisco Pride parade. Photo: Jane Philomen Cleland

2020 San Francisco Pride ‘will look very different,’ ED says

San Francisco Pride is working with City Hall to make major changes to the 50th annual parade and festival, which is scheduled for June 27-28, in light of the novel coronavirus outbreak. “It…

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One of the heart plaques embedded in the sidewalk of Eagle Plaza recognizes the friends group that is helping with the project. Photo: Matthew S. Bajko

SF leather plaza inches along in SOMA

The first half of San Francisco’s under-construction plaza dedicated to leather culture is now accessible to passersby on foot or bicycle. The remaining section isn’t expected to be complete until late April or…

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Why Drag Queens Are Canaries in SF’s Coronavirus Mine

I went for a walk in Corona Heights Park in the Castro a couple Fridays ago after I heard the gay bars were closing due to the shelter-in-place order. Next to the fence…

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5 Great Destinations on An LBGTQ-Friendly Road Trip

When you’re thinking about where to head in the States for a vacation, you’re literally spoilt for choice. Almost everywhere you go you’ll find plenty to see and do, as well as lots…

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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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