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Party and protest: the radical history of gay liberation, Stonewall and Pride
The long read: A police raid on a gay bar in New York led to the birth of the Pride movement half a century ago – but the fight for LGBTQ+ rights goes back much further than that
June 25, 2020
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The Census's Sex Question Sucks. But LGBTQ People Should Still Fill It Out
There still aren't any questions on the Census about sexual orientation and gender identity, but LGBTQ groups say queer people everywhere need to participate.
May 08, 2020
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How 3 Major LGBTQ Centers Are Virtually Keeping Their Communities Alive
For many people, LGBTQ community centers can be crucial lifeline. As such, centers across the country have worked at astonishingly fast rates to convert their operations into robust virtual communities.
April 08, 2020
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Health Officials Ask You to Please Masturbate, Because of Coronavirus
"Kissing can spread COVID-19 and rimming might spread it," the NYC health department warns.
March 25, 2020
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Gay Couple Marries During Coronavirus Outbreak as Would-Be Guests Watch from Home
“I’m hoping this is a good story that we’ll be able to tell our children in the future,” says groom Alex Fishman
March 24, 2020
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Where to Celebrate Sondheim in New York
What’s a birthday celebration without tribute concerts, new commissions and revivals of three classics? Here’s how to join the party, live.
March 13, 2020
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The Comedian Drew Droege Plays a Lot of ‘Hateful, Unlikable, Awful Gay People, and I Love It’
Drew Droege became famous for his Chloë Sevigny videos. His plays, like “Happy Birthday Doug,” show gay men at their most extreme. But, he says, our inner devils reveal so much.
March 11, 2020
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More Popular at the Met than on Grindr
Don’t say you’ve never noticed before. If you want to look at penises, few places match a museum. That’s the premise behind the new two-hour “Unhung Heroes” tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, run by Professor Andrew Lear of Oscar Wilde Tours.
March 10, 2020
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How Grindr, Jack'd, and Scruff Fuel Crystal Meth Use
From 1999 to 2018, Adam struggled with drug abuse. He said that like many, his crystal meth addiction was helped by gay dating apps like Grindr.
March 07, 2020
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6 Questions for GLAAD COO Rich Ferraro
Ex-MTV exec to share LGBTQ audience data at CultureX Conversations March 25
March 07, 2020
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‘Queer Lives Are At Stake’: New York Could Be the First State to Decriminalize Sex Work
It was 2 a.m. and Joselyn Castillo was walking in the cold with her brother, rushing to pick up…
March 05, 2020
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‘Making Gay History: Before Stonewall,’ play based on award-winning podcast, opening in New York
Voices of early LGBTQ civil rights history are about to take center stage in Greenwich Village, just blocks from where the Stonewall Riots took place more than 50 year ago. “Making Gay History: Before Stonewall” -- a new play adapted from Eric Marcus’ “Making Gay History” books and podcast -- opens Friday at New York University’s Provincetown Playhouse for an eight-performance run.
February 28, 2020
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'Happy Birthday Doug' makes gay parties look like 'The Real Housewives'
Want drama, gossip and theatrics? Then head to a gay birthday party! That’s where writer-performer Drew Droege set his latest off-Broadway solo show, “Happy Birthday Doug,” a come…
February 28, 2020
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'We were all a little bit punk': Haring, Basquiat and the art that defined 80s New York
New York critic and curator Carlo McCormick picks the 10 pieces that cemented the radical legacy of a game-changing art scene
February 24, 2020
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Yes, There’s a New Gay Bar in Greenwich Village
Playhouse Bar, which opened a block from Stonewall, is filled with drag and dancing.
February 06, 2020
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Featuring Chicken & Biscuits, a New Comedy Filled with Heart, Soul and a Little Bit of Shade
Chicken and Biscuits, a new comedy filled with heart, soul and a little bit of shade, by composer-playwright and actor Douglas Lyons (Beautiful), will receive its launch production at Queens Theatre, Feb. 28-March 22.
January 30, 2020
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Olivia Levine in UNSTUCK

A new solo-show about the intersection of OCD and queer identity - January 30 – February 23 at The Tank in Midtown - After a sold-out run in August, Olivia Levine’s solo-show, UNSTUCK, returns to The ...
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January 17, 2020

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Larry Kramer Wishes More People Wrote About Gay History

“Most historians taken seriously are always straight. They wouldn’t know a gay person if they took him to lunch.”
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January 16, 2020

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From Grindr to PrEP: Innovative sexual health program flourishes in NYC
The Wyckoff Heights Medical Center in Brooklyn has been using popular gay dating apps to get at-risk individuals tested for HIV and on preventive medication.
January 04, 2020
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Tommy Pico’s ‘Feed’: A Book-Length Meditation on Modern Appetites
Pico’s latest volume concludes what he has described as a four-book project about pretty much everything, mixing verse and prose, diary, comedy and accusation.
November 28, 2019
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Joe Gulla in The Bronx Queen
FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, presents Joe Gulla in The Bronx Queen on December 27th at 9:30pm. Playwright/actor/reality star Joe Gulla, best known for his award-winning shows, Bronx Queen Trilogy, Garbo, Gay.Porn.Mafia, Sleeping With The Fish, and his sold-out engagements at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater, makes his Feinstein’s/54 Below debut with The Bronx Queen.
November 20, 2019
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‘The Inheritance’ on Broadway: An Epic Story of Gay Ghosts, for Good and Bad
One of the buzziest plays on Broadway, ‘The Inheritance’ spins epically and soapily through time to tell a powerful, if flawed, story about the power of LGBTQ history and healing.
November 18, 2019
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National Transgender Group Sees Exodus of Workers in Clashes With Leaders
The National Center for Transgender Equality has lost roughly two-thirds of its staff members as it faces an important year ahead.
November 17, 2019
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I'm A Queer Woman Dating A Trans Man — & No One Knows
I'm a queer woman partnered with a transgender man, but everyone assumes we're a heterosexual couple. On the surface, we’re the quintessential Brooklyn duo: We have tasteful tattoos and piercings, we shop at food co-ops, we attend spin class together, and we’re creative yet gainfully employed. But while this relationship afforded me the privilege of banal nonconformity, I lost a piece of myself wh...
November 16, 2019
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