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  • A gay bar is a drinking establishment that caters to an exclusively or predominantly lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) clientele; the term
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  • "Tonight" in English, was a gay bar located at 3079 16th & Mission Street in San Francisco, California. It was the first gay Latino bar in San Francisco, and
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  • in the early 1980s and the National Latino/a Lesbian & Gay Organization (LLEGÓ) was founded in 1987, with Latino/a LGBT people choosing to organize separately
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  • chronicles the ball culture of New York City and the African-American, Latino, gay, and transgender communities involved in it. Critics consider the film
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  • (Andino), a Latino worker, who moves items (e.g. packages, luggage, furniture) in an explicit, sexual manner, unknown to him, exciting his gay male clientele
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  • ethnic minority LGBT people. Black and Latino gay men are usually considered aggressive and passionate, and Asian gay men are believed to be feminine, mechanical
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  • a strong queer Latino/a presence, and was home to the first Latino gay bar in San Francisco, Esta Noche, along with other gay Latino bars like La India
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  • Tiger Tyson (category Hispanic and Latino American pornographic film actors)
    and representative of young gay black and Latino men. Tyson, from the start, developed his persona based on black and Latino men on the down-low—who had
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  • Flava Works (category Hispanic and Latino American culture in Chicago)
    Flava Works, Inc. is a company that produces gay media featuring black and Latino men. Its headquarters are in Miami, Florida, and it has a satellite office
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  • cross boundaries with her audience by creating specialty nights for Latino, gay and lesbian performers. Shore owned and operated Comedy Channel Inc.
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  • Admiral." The slang version of "shade" originated from the black and Latino gay communities. According to gender studies scholar John C. Hawley, the expression
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  • 2004). "These aren't the Gay Games". Gay.com. Archived from the original on 8 April 2005. Retrieved 4 April 2008. "Latinos gays de Queens celebran su orgullo
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  • J. P. Calderon (category Hispanic and Latino American male models)
    gay. Although he had been "in and around gay people and nightlife", he had not publicly talked about his sexuality to the media. He knew he was gay since
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  • Emanuel Xavier (category LGBT Hispanic and Latino American people)
    word movement to become a successful writer and advocate for gay youth programs and Latino gay literature. Once a street hustler and drug dealer, he has
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  • "unruly" to describe the pier's users, many of whom are African American or Latino gay youth. Opponents of plans to displace the pier's users have sometimes
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  • Vogue (dance) (category LGBT Hispanic and Latino American culture)
    from Harlem ballroom cultures, as danced by African-American and Latino drag queens and gay men, from the early 1960s through the 1980s. The Harlem Renaissance
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  • Gil Cuadros (category LGBT Hispanic and Latino American people)
    Gil Cuadros (July 22, 1962 – August 29, 1996) was a gay Latino poet, essayist, and ceramist known for his writing on the impact of AIDS. Cuadros grew up
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  • the ball culture of New York City and the poor, African American and Latino gay and transgender community involved in it. The song is heard in the 1993
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  • Deadlee (category Hispanic and Latino American musicians)
    Hop Homos. Deadlee on IMDb "Blaxican Gay Rapper In Your Face Archived 2009-04-04 at the Wayback Machine", VivirLatino.com (July 13, 2006). Accessed December
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  • Blatino Erotica Awards (category LGBT Hispanic and Latino American culture)
    The Blatino Erotica Awards are given to recognize gay men of color who have distinguished themselves in adult entertainment. The Blatino Erotica Awards
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