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Under the Cover of Night: 10 of America’s Most Famous Gay Cruising Spots, Past and Present

It’s illegal to have sex in public, but it’s also a fact that repressive laws often left LGBTQ people with few other options

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10 Museums Every LGBTQ Person Should Visit in Their Lifetime

We’ve rounded up 10 museums that should be on the radar of LGBTQ people everywhere to visit at some point

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‘Bud Sex’ Is What Some Straight Guys Call Having Sex With Each Other

A sociology doctorate recently interviewed 19 men from white, conservative, rural areas about ‘bud-sex’, a heterosexual way of having gay sex.

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People Are Pissed That Captain America ‘Hung Out’ With This Far-Right Texas Politician

Images from the Chris Evans and Dan Crenshaw meetup last week were shared with the public via social media

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Get Your Game On at North America’s Top 10 Gay Sports Bars

Looking for a place to watch your favorite team play? Well, we’ve rounded up some of the best gay sports bars to visit when you’re traveling. 

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This Gay Twitter User Shares His Personal Experiences With the Students of Covington Catholic

On Twitter, this gay man offers up his own personal experiences in dealing with students of the private school

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

it’s a weekend full of parties, and this one in particular is sure to gather sexy guys from across the Eastern seaboard

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Michelle Obama Shared a Touching Story About the Night America Legalized Gay Marriage

The former first lady speaks about something that happened the night the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage

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Sasha Velour Is Heading to the Smithsonian to Discuss the Global Impact of Drag

In December the drag superstar will head to Washington, D.C., for an event in which she’ll discuss the international impact of drag

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Yesterday’s D.C. White Supremacist Rally Was Dwarfed by This Queer Dance Party

Yesterday’s white supremacist rally in Washington D.C. had about 20 or 30 people marching, but the LGBTQ dance protest Resisdance had many more

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