Dallas is a thriving metropolis with plenty of hotel options; my personal recommendations are NYLO Dallas Southside and Warwick Melrose.Rooms at the NYLO are more like a trendy loft with fabulous views of the city than your typical hotel.But more accurately, the group is made up of people who take the time to attend events; in other words, the people who have made the group their own by being a part of it.I would invite you to make the group your own, too. There are no membership fees, and the events are organized and announced in advance.If you’re planning a visit, here are some places to check out: Named after the character in the ’80s TV series Dallas, Sue Ellen’s is the most popular dyke bar in Dallas, thanks to a cheap cover, nightly drink specials and live music on the weekends.The crowd is casually dressed, a wide range of ages and almost entirely women, though my gay boyfriend swears he didn’t feel uncomfortable there.
If I’ve heard it once, I’ve heard it a million times “There’s no one to date where I am! If you’re connected (meaning you’ve got Internet access), are you searching for and checking out all the dating sites? More from Your Tango: Dating Advice From Your Tango Let’s just get dating sites out of the way first. Many focus on our LGBT needs, desires and fetishes including transgender folk, bears, butches, femmes, tops, bottoms and everyone else in-between.
And apart from hanging with an exclusively LGBT crowd, what else do you want to learn about this year? Now this is just one of at least a dozen events that this group does annually.
For over 20 years Art Erotica has been one of the most unique and scintillating art events in Austin.
I’ve spent much of my adulthood defending the city I love and call home. Dallas is in Texas—home of Greg Abbott, Ted Cruz, and good old fashioned Southern fried bigotry. I actually truly love it here and I think you will, too. Allow me to first share with you concrete evidence of Dallas’s liberal-ness.
So, why am I requesting you open your mind to the prospect of visiting? Yes, we’re in a blood red state, but Dallas’s voting history has often been contrary to that of the majority of the state.