Our Newest Guide: Raleigh-Durham

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We just finished up work on our shiny new Raleigh-Durham gay guide. These two cities make up part of the “research triangle” in North Carolina and there’s a smattering of gay establishments throughout. If you’ve been there or you are from there, review your favorite places and add in any that we’re missing. Have fun!

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  • unhappywithbluesteel.

    If anyone is planning a trip to or relocating to Raleigh, then they should contact the Greater Raleigh Convention and Visitors Bureau and their new GLBT Visitor Program. This exciting new program will soon feature a web site listing Raleigh / Wake County GLBT Resources to learn more directly about Raleigh’s extensive community activities and sites. The Greater Raleigh CVB GLBT Visitor Program can be contacted at [email protected] or the web site http://www.visitRaleigh.com

    Please note: for the traveling GLBT public, there is no geographic or legal intity named Raleigh – Durham. These two cities Raleigh and Durham are at least 30 miles apart with seperate, proud and active GLBT communities. This special note is needed to help the taveling public realize that the location is not one city. Raleigh is the largest populated city (within the region of 2 million people) and Raleigh / Wake County has a large and very diverse friendly GLBT population estimated to be around 60,000 people. Come visit us.