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LGBTQ Pride Events in Atlanta This Weekend

Lining up plans in Atlanta? Whether you're a local, new in town, or just passing through, you'll be sure to find something.

Dating and Compatibility: Which Personality Type Is Your True Love Match?

Gay dating can be challenging. Most single gay men turn to gay dating apps to help them find a partner, only to discover they are missing a crucial piece of the puzzle: personality compatibility.

Gay Things To Do in Chicago

Chicago is one of the most inclusive cities in the country, with a long and vibrant LGBTQ+ history.

The (Not So) Straight Facts About Houston

Houston, Texas is the 4th largest city in the country and is a diverse area brimming with gay-friendly nightlife, dining, hotels, events, and festivals.

Gay Things to do in Boston

As the capital city of the first state in the U.S. to legalize same-sex marriage, Boston stands proud, accessible and welcoming.

Capital Pride bids for D.C. to host World Pride 2025

The Capital Pride Alliance, the group that organizes D.C.’s annual LGBTQ Pride events, announced on Sept. 21 that it has submitted a bid to host 2025 World Pride, the international Pride event that draws thousands of participants from throughout the world to the host city.

Miami’s Best Gay Beaches

With its vibrant nightlife, bars and party scene, Miami has long been a hotspot for the LGBTQ community.

Gay Atlanta | The Essential LGBT Travel Guide!

The ‘Gay Capital Of The South’ Atlanta is a city filled with love and passion, combining the best of city living and southern hospitality.

7 Quick Dating Tips For Young Gay Men

Undoubtedly, dating is a tough job and even more when you belong to the LGBTQ community because of the societal taboos associated with it.

Atlanta Pride Cancels 2021 Festival and Parade

e 2021 Atlanta Pride festival and parade, which was scheduled for Oct. 9-10, has been canceled amid rising COVID-19 cases, officials announced Wednesday.

Tennessee Gay Couple Rejected by Wedding Venue Due to Owner’s Religious Beliefs

The Tennessee couple scheduled a tour — and then things got weird.

Almost Half Say They Wouldn’t Be Comfortable With HIV+ Barber

A new study shows an inordinate percentage of Americans say they wouldn’t feel comfortable interacting with a doctor or barber living with HIV.