Dupont Circle/Adams Morgan
By Miles O'Reilly, Jed Sammons, Tara Suter and Hope Talbert
By Miles O'Reilly, Hope Talbert, Jed Sammons and Tara Suter
Dupont Circle is internationally known as a center of LGBTQ activity in the nation’s capital, but as the gay community enjoys broader acceptance across Washignton, D.C., the former “gayborhood” is becoming more and more diverse and less the queer-centric neighborhood it use to be.
By Tara Suter and Jed Sammons
For many queer D.C. residents, the District is a refuge to live as their true selves. However, for many transgender people living there, they sometimes still feel like they don’t belong.
By Miles O'Reilly, Tara Suter and Jed Sammons
There are only 21 lesbian bars within the entire United States, and only one — A League of Her Own (ALOHO) — can be found in Washington D.C.