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If you are an engaged gay couple celebrating your newly Supreme Court-approved right to get married, consider a wedding ceremony at the Local Project Community Art Space. The art collective is donating its Long Island City space to one lucky raffle-winning same-sex couple this July, reports DNAinfo. Local Project is a non-profit organization that was […]

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There was a lot to celebrate at this year’s Gay Pride Parade in New York City. Grand marshaled by Sirs Ian McKellen and Derek Jacobi, the annual event took place just two days after the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same sex marriage as the law of the land, creating a joyous atmosphere that […]

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More than two million people showed up to watch and cheer on the 2013 Pride Parade that stretched for more than two miles through Manhattan. They left behind a little something. A lot of little somethings. As you can see, these NYPD barricades have been festooned with stickers from LGBT rights groups, support organizations and […]

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Nothing says “Free Pussy Riot!” quite like Putin pasties on a hairy barrel chest. We’re crammed in tight just off Fifth Avenue prepping for the Pride Parade and my giggling, balaclava’ed neighbor flicks the pasty-Putin’s nose. The tassels spin. Hours earlier in St. Petersburg, 40 gay rights activists were attacked by 200 nationalist thugs. They were […]

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As the site of the Stonewall Riots of 1969, widely considered to be the symbolic beginning of the gay liberation movement in America, and as the center of NYC’s vibrant gay culture in the 1970s, Greenwich Village’s Christopher Street is an unassailable icon, both in New York and internationally. The street’s status as a landmark […]

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