It wouldn't be out of line to call Ogunquit the gay capital of Maine. Ogunquit can be a quick side trip from Portland a minute drive —after attending the Southern Maine Gay Pride event in June, perhaps? Many would agree, though, that it's best enjoyed all on its own. Ogunquit's convenient location right on the busy Route One makes it a popular pitstop for gay and straight folk alike. During the summer, this resort town downright buzzes with gay nightlife, and although it's much quieter during the wintertime, you can bet it's just as charming. Most of the gay-popular hangouts in Ogunquit are concentrated in a part of town called the Village.
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Are you looking for a new, inclusive, catchy name for your student organization? A name can be an important indicator of what type of group it is, the message group members wish to convey, and who will be interested in your organization. Naming your group can be both fun and challenging. At some colleges and universities, there are few restrictions on what a student group is called.
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Politically progressive Boston is not only the capital of the first state that legalized gay marriage, it's also within a three-hour drive of countless gay-friendly resorts and vacation destinations, from the soaring mountaintops of Vermont and New Hampshire to the charming coastal hamlets of and Rhode Island - and don't forget other cool getaways elsewhere in Massachusetts , from the Cape to the Berkshires. Here are some great destinations that make a perfect gay-friendly retreat from Boston. In the hilly, rural western reaches of Massachusetts, you'll find the Berkshires, a region famous for its vibrant summer performing arts programs from Tanglewood Music Center to Williamstown Theatre Festival and year-round museums, including MassMoCa and the Norman Rockwell Museum. In fall, this is one of the Northeast's prime areas for admiring the fall foliage.
When the Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriages, America generally, and the gay community specifically, celebrated. Same-sex marriages, and the gay and lesbian movement is more mainstream than ever. While the national discussion has been brought to the forefront, at the state level, conversations continue.