There's no better way to close summer than with the mashup of hunks, drag queens, performers and leather daddies that crash New Orleans for Southern Decadence.
It's a sexy and messy Labor Day tradition that attracts the gays from across the U.S. Of course, the #instagay army was out in force. If you weren't among the thousands LGBT'ing it up for the annual tribute to male debauchery – or even if you were – Instagram provides an up close and personal look at the big party weekend.
We culled through #NOLA and #SouthernDecadence to get a taste ourselves. Here are some of our favorites. Need more? Indulge in the bulges of SoDec 2015, Joining Hearts, Memorial Day in Pensacola and Atlanta Pride.
A Dallas, Tex.,-based developer unveiled updated plans for a 26-story mixed-use residential tower to sit behind the LGBTQ-friendly Saint Mark United Methodist Church. READ MORE »
Two Georgia cities with seemingly little in common landed on separate lists ranking the country’s most LGBTQ-friendly cities. READ MORE »
They say take time to be grateful, that the act of gratitude will ground you, motivate you and make you appreciate your life more. This is some straight-person bullshit. READ MORE »
Queen was just the tip of ‘royalty’ in Atlanta’s LGBTQ events. Ball legend Kia Labeija and Club kid Rify Royalty top a busy weekend, so get to it. READ MORE »
Israeli music producer, DJ and remixer Yinon Yahel came stateside for one hot visit to Heretic on Saturday night. READ MORE »