Wonder if anyone can help? I'm treating my girl to a suprise weekend in Bath, late Oct, I'm looking for gay friendly establishments, I'm currently looking at the Paradise hotel for accommodation if anyone has any info I'd really appreciate it. If I wanted to see Bath and was also looking for a gay scene I'd stay in Bristol and go to Bath for the day from there.
Carlos Rivera, 25, is being remembered by his coworkers at a gay strip bar in Windsor as a nice guy, a hard worker and someone whose life ended far too early. Rivera, who worked at The Tap on Wyandotte St for the past month and a half, was found strangled to death in the apartment of year-old Jesse Imeson. The incident launched a nationwide manhunt for Imeson, who is also the primary suspect in the double-murder of an elderly straight couple in rural Grand Bend, on the shores of Lake Huron northwest of London.
The city eventually became a major industrial and commercial hub, attracting wave after wave of Irish, Polish, Greek, and other immigrants. Together with African Americans who migrated from the South, these peoples helped Detroit give birth to the US automobile industry a century ago. There is a strong, thriving gay community, interesting theater and performing arts, lush green spaces, and some of the friendliest people anywhere.
Out the back of this pub is Shangri-La, the legendary paradise where everyone is happy and time almost stands still. Rustic wooden benches under gum trees that are home to cheeky possums are a great spot to sip a beer in the dappled sunlight. Weekends attract large crowds, and the free barbecues and themed nights help make it a relaxed experience. The Prince, too, has always had a strong connection with the gay community, and its footpath enclosure on Fitzroy Street is the perfect place to sit with friends and a bottle of wine to watch and critique the passing parade with a queer eye.
This place has not changed, although the ownership and name of the bar has changed. It us still got The beautiful patio is the place to be this summer, love it!!!!
Inher efforts to claim a tax refund led to a landmark Supreme Court decision granting federal benefits to same-sex couples. Now, Robert D. She will always be the light for the LGBTQ community which she loved so much and which loved her right back.
Edith Windsor, the gay-rights activist whose landmark case led the Supreme Court to grant same-sex married couples federal recognition for the first time and rights to a host of federal benefits that until then only married heterosexuals had enjoyed, died on Tuesday in Manhattan. She was Her wife, Judith Kasen-Windsor, confirmed the death, at a hospital, but did not specify a cause.
Four days after the Supreme Court handed down its ruling in the case that bore her nameEdie Windsor crept down Fifth Avenue in a red convertible Ford Mustang while wearing a rainbow sash, one of three grand marshals in the New York gay pride parade. After the decision, Ms. Windsor embraced her expanded profile, using her peculiar form of celebrity — that of a well-known plaintiff — to champion gay rights in New York and beyond. Since the mids, when she left a position at I.
None of what President Trump is doing now is likely to succeed in turning back the clock on the impact of the Windsor decision, and of Edie Windsor herself. Edith Windsor, who died yesterday, at the age of eighty-eight, came to represent, more than any other person, the stunning success of the gay-rights movement over the past decade. She was, for those of us in the L.