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A New Documentary Tells the Story of a Critical Gathering Space for D.C.’s Black LGBTQ Community

It’s the intimacy of ENIKAlley Coffeehouse that Wayson Jones remembers most. The small carriage house-turned-performance space located just off H Street NE was a thriving hub for D.C.’s Black LGBTQ community in the 1980s. “I…

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In D.C., Gay Bars and Dives Lead a Wave of Businesses Requiring Proof of Vaccinations

On the last day of July, John Guggenmos stood by the entrance of Number Nine, one of the two gay bars he co-owns in D.C.’s Logan Circle neighborhood, because he thought his staff…

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9 of the Coolest, Quirkiest, and Proudest Gayborhoods in the US

Across the US, in cities large and small, gay neighborhoods (gayborhoods) stand resolute as welcoming havens for travelers from every color of the rainbow. Bustling with nightlife, rooted in history, and colored by…

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14 of the Coolest Queer-Friendly Hotels in the US

When it’s time to map out your next trip, obviously you want to find a hotel where you’ll feel not only safe, but celebrated. Across the country, numerous hotel chains and independent brands…

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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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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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Washington D.C. Museum Opens Exhibit for Anniversary of Stonewall Riots

Newseum, an interactive museum highlighting the importance of free press and the First Amendment located in Washington, D.C., has opened a groundbreaking exhibit to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Inn riots. On…

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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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The Hottest Event During Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend Is the ‘Sex Shop Party’

As people across the United States celebrate Martin Luther King Day and the extended weekend that comes with it, many gay men will find themselves in Washington, D.C., for Mid-Atlantic Leather Weekend (MAL). Taking place…

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LGBTQ nightlife in the District is evolving – not dying

First there was the legendary Tracks, a staple for LGBTQ dance club goers in the ’80s and ’90s. When it closed in late 1999, it was immediately replaced by Nation, which reigned until…

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