There may be scores of burger places everywhere all over the country but this one stands apart. Gay Burgers restaurant serves so-called 'Gay Burgers' and this unique concept has found many takers on social media. Elijah Daniel had earlier gained popularity with his comic stint along with fellow influencer Christine Sydelko. Elijah Daniel announced the opening of this venture on his Twitter handle and it went viral soon after posting. All these burgers come enclosed in multi-coloured rainbow wrappers which are symbolic enough.
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One evening in May , inside a doughnut shop called Cooper Do-nuts on South Main Street in downtown Los Angeles, three LGBTQ individuals were being arrested because their outward gender identities did not match the ones on their identification. Doughnuts, coffee cups and wadded napkins were thrown at the police officers, who retreated at first but returned with reinforcements. That revolt is widely regarded as the first recorded event where people in the LGBTQ community took a stand against police brutality. In essence the gay rights movement, one could argue, started not in a bar, with beer bottles crashing under the glow of neon, but in a tiny restaurant serving doughnuts 60 years ago this month. Gay people have always gathered in bars or secret clubs, sacrosanct for their ability to protect us from outside evils. But more minutely, the sites function as just great places to knock back a drink after being on high alert all day in public.
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By Amanda Chatel for YourTango. You'd think in , with DOMA having been found unconstitutional, people would step into the present and accept the future. That future being, of course, that, and you're going to want to sit down for this revelation: gay men and women are people, too! In the wake of Barilla's head honcho, Guido Barilla's homophobic and sexist remarks , a boycott followed, and we were once again forced to realize that some people just refuse to see everyone as equal. However, Barilla isn't the first company to express homophobic sentiments, and sadly, they probably won't be the last either.
With so many bars and clubs catering to the LGBT community, Phoenix, Arizona is the gay nightlife hub of the Southwest and has one of the largest selections of gay bars in the nation. This is a city where folks love to party, and the scene is generally friendly, unpretentious — and in many cases — downright cruisy. Here's an alphabetical list of the most inviting gay-oriented after-dark venues in the region, including a handful of mixed bars, restaurants, and LGBT-popular coffeehouses of note.