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Michael Musto, Out. N YC is a gay-friendly town with a variety of neighbourhoods offering pockets of queer culture and nightlife, each with its own fruity flavour. The West Village — the hub of the modern gay movement, thanks to the rebellion at the Stonewall Inn — still bristles with gay bars and drag clubs, mostly unaffected hangouts such as the appealing Pieces , and The Monster , a two-floor nightlife emporium with piano bar on top and disco down below. Chelsea the gay mecca in the 90s was beset by a mass exodus as it became gentrified, though the long-running Barracuda Lounge still provides booze and schmooze, and G Lounge never goes away, thanks to its ambient mini-areas in which to hang with your clique. On last count, there were 14 gay bars in the area, without a cap off in sight. And even gays without muscles have a chance at some fun.
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As Lady Gaga took the stage at the Apollo Theater on Monday night, she had two questions for her audience. The show did make history, at least for Gaga, as it was her first appearance at the famed theater in Harlem. Gaga gave back to the gays.
Frequently described as a Real Housewives -style show, the series followed the lives of six gay and bisexual men in New York City. On January 18, , Logo announced a second season for the series. Season two began airing on July 25, , and consists of 12 one-hour episodes.