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10 Ways to Show Your Pride Everyday

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10 Ways to Show Your Pride Everyday

Of course we’re out and proud. But not every day can be LA pride fest— it’s not always glitter, short shorts, and rainbow boas. At least, it’s not always that way for everyone. Either it can get too tiresome or simply not practical. Unfortunately, it may even be dangerous to be so out and proud all the time. You still want to rep the community though, right? Of course you do! Here are 10 ways to show your LGBT love in everyday life.   1. Volunteer with your local LGBT center Most big cities have centers that focus on LGBT...

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10 Best Gay Bars in the Nation

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10 Best Gay Bars in the Nation

These 10 gay bars wave their rainbow flags higher than all others. Mingle with the ultra-friendly crowds and you might just meet your new best friend. The staff and customers at these hotspots are fully committed to helping you feel right at home. They offer inclusive atmospheres, friendly faces, community activism, strong drinks and creative events that make for the best gay night out ever. You’ll find these top bars in some of the nation’s hottest cities as well as smaller cities notably devoted to the LGBT community. Whether your style is neighborhood water hole or all-night clubbing extravaganza, we’ve...

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Everything You Need to Know About Marriage Equality

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Everything You Need to Know About Marriage Equality

Who else loves hypocrisy? For years, straight people could get hitched after one crappy picnic-date while LGBTQ+ individuals in long-term relationships were accused of “ruining the sanctity of marriage.” Because clearly they were lacking something three-time divorcée Karen had. Finally, on June 26, 2015, the U.S. officially called B.S. Marriage Equality Timeline 1993 – Hawaii’s Supreme Court rests in Baehr v Lewin that denying same-sex couples the right to marry violates the Constitution 1996 – President Clinton signs the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) into law 2000 – Vermont recognizes same-sex unions 2003 – Massachusetts Supreme Court legalizes same-sex marriage...

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10 Best Dating Apps to Help You Find Your Boo

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10 Best Dating Apps to Help You Find Your Boo

Left swipe. Left swipe. Left swipe. Wait a minute--who’s that? Whether you diligently read profiles or halfheartedly swipe on elevator rides, let’s face it, dating apps make meeting that special someone a little easier. Sure, it may take a full five minutes to brainstorm your witty opening message, but that definitely beats the awkwardness of approaching the hottie in the Trader Joe’s checkout line. If you’re new to the world of online dating you may not know where to start. Every day, it seems developers announce a “unique” new dating app but with only so much cell phone storage space,...

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The 10 Most LGBT-Friendly Cities

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The 10 Most LGBT-Friendly Cities

We’re here and we’re queer! Ready to shout it at the top of your lungs? If you live in one of these top 10 LGBT-friendly communities, you'll feel right at home. Whether it's at PRIDE, a Human Rights Campaign fundraiser or a celebratory community picnic, these cities have fully embraced that love is love is love and they're not afraid to show it. These ten cities are not only eclectic centers of art and culture, but they also offer safe havens for LGBT people. They rank highly on the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index, provide legislative protections for the...

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