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Nashville, Tennessee is known historically for its music, but about 5 years ago, Music City began to evolve into a thriving mecca of everything from food to fashion, sports to entertainment. The city has seen tremendous growth in its offerings and is definitely the states most LGBT-friendly destination. Nashville is home to wonderful gay bars, gay-owned restaurants and attractions that actively include the local LGBT community in their outreach. Here are a few highlights I would consider for a weekend visit to Nashville.

 

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Nestled 90 minutes from Niagara Falls and just off of the southern shore of Lake Ontario in the Finger Lakes region of New York, you’ll find the truly limitless city of Rochester.

 

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CHICAGO, Ill. - The Illinois Office of Tourism's larger-than-life art installation celebrating their "Amazing for All" LGBTQ and diversity initiative was unveiled on the first day of Northalsted Market Days, Aug. 11, just south of the Addison gate in Boystown.

 

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The last time I visited San Diego, I was about 7 years old and I remember frolicking around Sea World looking on in awe of the wildlife, especially the orca whales. Fast forward 30 years, yes, I just revealed my true age, I returned to the city with an eagerness and excitement that I haven’t felt in a while.

 

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Philadelphia, the United States’ birthplace, is proud of the roles it has played—and plays still—in the founding, furtherance and celebration of the LGBTQ civil rights movement. The City of Brotherly Love and Sisterly Affection has an easy to explore trail of LGBTQ historic sites and markers among vibrant neighborhoods where queer life thrives.

 

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