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    Gay Secrets of the Metropolitan Museum

    If someone mentions the Metropolitan Museum and you don't instantly think "homoeroticism," then you've clearly never been on this fascinating, informative tour. Discover the queer treasures on display throughout the Met, from erotic Ancient Greek vases to Picasso's portrait of Gertrude Stein, plus many lesser-known artists and works that few people tend to notice. In the meantime, learn about the expression of homosexuality in other cultures, like New Guinean sex initiation rites, represented in the Met's Oceania collection. So whether the works are by LGBT artists, portraying LGBT people, or just showing some same-sex desire, the Met has them all- and they're all just waiting for you to find them.
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    Gay Secrets of the Metropolitan Museum

    1000 5th Ave, New York

    • Discover some of the Met's most prominent representations of homosexuality
    • Examine a great variety of homoerotic works, from Ancient Greece through the 20th century
    • Learn about the greats, like Michelangelo's Cupid, as well as lesser-known artists and works that are often ignored
    • Never look at the Metropolitan Museum in the same way again
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    Chelsea LGBT Art Tour

    When it comes to contemporary art, Chelsea might as well be the center of the Universe! During this immersive tour, you'll visit a handful of the neighborhood's 300 galleries with a trained guide. While these LGBT tours are designed with gay men or women in mind, participants of any gender and orientation are welcome to join in the fun! This is a great way to gain exposure to Chelsea's thriving art scene, discover some new favorite artists, and make a few new friends! It should be quite a colorful experience!
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    Chelsea LGBT Art Tour

    526 W 26th St, New York

    • Visit some of the best galleries in Chelsea during a guided walking tour
    • Meet other LGBT members and supporters during a themed experience
    • Discover new artists and learn about current movements in art
    • Have a great time making new friends and sharing thoughts the works you see
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    Greenwich Village Gay History Walking Tour

    In 1969, the Stonewall Riots gave the gay liberation movement an enormous breakthrough- but the West Village's LGBT history goes way before that, back to the days of Walt Whitman hanging out in a Village beer cellar. On this tour, discover the iconic LGBT figures who lived, loved, and worked in the Village, from Billie Holiday to Allen Ginsberg, from James Baldwin to Edna St. Vincent Millay. You'll also learn of all the countercultural and artistic movements the Village has been home to, including the Bohemians, Abstract Expressionists, the gay liberation movement (of course), and many more. Whatever your orientation, as you listen to Professor Lear's fascinating anecdotes, plus literary excerpts from the Village's many famous writers, you'll just feel the LGBT history coming to life.
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    Greenwich Village Gay History Walking Tour

    53 Christopher St, New York

    • Explore the West Village, and learn about its LGBT history, stretching back to the nineteenth century
    • See where some of the LGBT greats, including Allen Ginsberg, Edna St. Vincent Millay, and Andy Warhol, lived and loved
    • Visit the sites of the drag shows and gay bars which have graced the village for 150 years
    • Venture into the heart of the taking-off point of the gay liberation movement
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    A Trashy & Sassy Greenwich Village Walking Tour

    What's a free spirit to do in NYC? Tap into the city's bohemian past during this 2.5-tour of Greenwich Village! Long a bastion of counterculture and the arts, and considered a focal point of the modern LGBT movement, the Village remains a hip destination with plenty to see. Keeping things loose, you'll begin and end your journey in a bar, and will probably even hit a few more on the way. And throughout your experience, you'll enjoy fun facts, wit, and insights from Glace Chase, your fabulous, energetic, and hilarious guide. Highlights include immersion into the hustle and bustle of Washington Square Park, stories of cops and robbers, and a stirring treatise on the difference between square queens, flame queens, and drag queens! You'll also learn about the popular figures that have called the Village "home," adding to its rich and often flamboyant nature.
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    A Trashy & Sassy Greenwich Village Walking Tour

    Houston St, New York

    • Explore Greenwich Village during a 2.5-hour walking tour alongside an incredible guide
    • Visit some of the Village's most popular sites and learn some of its best kept secrets
    • Enjoy amusing fun facts and anecdotes to add texture to your experience
    • Embrace the spirit of one of NYC's most storied and culturally alive neighborhoods
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    Big Gay Met

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    The Met: bastion of learning, cultural leviathan, and artistic vortex of NYC. . It's sort of like the pot of gold at the end of the LGBTQ rainbow. Treat yourself to a revelatory stroll as you explore art's connections to the gay community throughout history. Enjoy insights and anecdotes over the course of two illuminating hours. Celebrate gay artists, and discover hidden connections. Meet others, compete for the best Met dating profile, and pick up some 18th-century courting tips to add to your game. Then, toast with a celebratory glass of wine! It's going to be pretty fabulous.
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    Big Gay Met

    1000 5th Ave, New York

    • Embark on a social group tour designed to out the Met's gay side
    • Learn about gay artists and hidden connections to the gay community
    • Meet others, compete for the best dating profile, and enjoy a wine toast
    • Educate and entertain your brain during a joyful stroll through history
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