The march that over a decade later would be known as the Dallas Gay Pride Parade. Phil Johnson at a Pride Parade, photograph, [ Those in the surrounding neighborhood erupted in response. Rioters threw bottles and rushed police barricades.
Dallas’s Gayborhood Is Making a Post-Pandemic Comeback. Many LGBT People Still Don’t Feel Welcome.
Inclusivity Is Still a Major Problem in Dallas’s Gayborhood - Eater Dallas
By Lauren McGaughy. For the third year in a row, Dallas received a perfect score on the Human Rights Campaign's Municipal Equality Index , a nationwide survey that ranks cities based on how much local laws and policies foster greater acceptance for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. Fort Worth and Austin were the only cities in Texas to also get the full points. The average score in Texas was between 40 and 41 points, far below the national average of The nine other North Texas cities' scores either remained stagnant or lagged far behind Dallas and Fort Worth.
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Open for Business: Safety Updates and Resources. The prime gathering place for Dallas' LGBT community and just minutes from Downtown Dallas and Uptown, Oak Lawn is known for its lively atmosphere and adventurous nightlife options alongside beautifully maintained homes. Two must-see spots along Cedar Springs Road, the epicenter of the neighborhood's activities, are J. The second floor includes a patio overseeing the busy street below and is a highly sought after spot for Dallas Pride weekend. Sue Ellen's is one the largest lesbian bars in the country — you'll find it right next door to J.
What made you decide to Say Yes to Dallas? In essence, my public relations and advertising agency could operate from any major metropolis in the country. I chose to launch J. We have thriving LGBT community members and allies that consistently support gay-owned businesses. Diverse demographics and inclusive policies enable us to do business without interference that we may experience in other locations.