We won't bother telling you about Checkpoint Charlie or which holocaust memorial is the best to visit – you can get that from Lonely Planet. What we can tell you is where the best gay parties are!
Just a few weeks away from the all-important United States' Presidential Election, a whole host of LGBT celebrities have spoken up to support Barack Obama.
Outrageous comedian Sarah Silverman will visit Sydney and Melbourne for stand-up shows later this year.
"This is my life as a middle-aged single gay man," writes Glenn, a 48-year-old Sydneysider. "I'm not a writer, but I thought I'd give this a go," he tells Same Same. "It's from the heart and might touch others in the same position."
Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras chairperson Pete Urmson says it's about time our Prime Minister came to join us at Australia's best-known annual gay celebration.
Soon Sydneysiders will be invited to "Follow the Yellow Brick Road" through the colourful and gloriously controversial 35 year history of Mardi Gras, in an initiative which could lead to a permanent museum honouring its past.
Despite discouraging weather in several cities on Saturday, colourful throngs took to the streets in a nationwide day of action for marriage equality – in much larger numbers and with greater hope and spirit than they'd had eight years ago when the Equal Love protests first began.
The funeral service for our drag sister yesterday was all we could've hope for – a beautiful crowd, beautiful memories and caring friends.
It's already a hit on the Las Vegas strip, but gay clubbing hotspot Krave is moving to a massive new premises in the city's downtown area where it aims to become "the world's largest gay club."
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