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'The model became a dinosaur': Baltimore's gay bars and clubs reckon with changing business landscape
As the net of welcoming spaces widens, Baltimore has seen some of its prominent gay bars and nightclubs close.
April 06, 2019
DC’s Hamilton Hotel Unveils Alan Cumming–Curated Suite Honoring Gay Rights
The hotel partnered with the actor and Newseum in honor of its new exhibit “Rise Up: Stonewall and the LGBTQ Rights Movement.”
April 02, 2019
Baltimore: LGBTQ Advanced Marketing Seminar plus OUT Networking - March 21, 2019
The March Happy Hour at The Red Lion Hotel in Timonium has been rescheduled for a future date. Instead we will be hosting an LGBTQ marketing Seminar and OUT Networking at the new Function Co-Working Community on Harford Road  — Thursday, March 21st!
February 11, 2019
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Senior starts new organization for queer men to navigate campus life
A new student organization is looking to create dialogue on campus about “unaddressed” issues within the queer male community on campus.
January 28, 2019
GoGayDC serves as a social hub for LGBTQ people from across the D.C. Metro area
TJ Flavell's Meetup group offers everything from charitable events to hikes, drag shows to brunches
December 28, 2018
9:30 Club's New LGBTQ Dance Night, Bent, Aims To Fill The Void of Town
"There's not always spaces for everyone, too, which is kind of sad. This is my chance to do that and help the community do better."
December 28, 2018
Double alumnus, faculty member showcases LGBTQ sex in art exhibit
For his junior curatorship at the D.C. Arts Center, Johnson put together two exhibits that explore identity and celebrate LGBTQ artists.
September 17, 2018
A Quarter of Young Gay and Bi Men Have Never Been Tested for HIV
In the United States, HIV could be all but ended within a generation or two if everyone who was at risk of infection took PrEP, a daily preventative medication that the CDC says can can lower the chances of contracting the virus “by more than 90 percent.” But as encouraging as that figure might be, a depressing new statistic emerged this week in the first study to look at PrEP usage rates using a ...
September 14, 2018

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